by Goose4456 | created - 28 Jun 2011 | updated - 28 Jun 2011 | Public This is to all of the kids of the 50's, 60's, 70's and 80's. On September 7, 1996, the Saturday block was extended by a full hour, airing from 8:00 to 12:00 p.m. While Taz was still his crazy, manic self, we got to see him doing everyday things like talking on the phone and trying to sew. Fall of 1992, NBC dropped much of their morning cartoons, and began running (yawn) their newscast all morning long. And despite her villainous behavior, we all looked forward to seeing what kind of trouble Angelica could cook up (even if she was a spoiled brat). Many adult jokes found their way into Pinky and the Brain as well, as SAT-level words appeared along with their definitions in the end credits. Essentially a parody of superheroes like The Shadow and Batman, Darkwing Duck was filled with references to the Golden Age of comics, primarily the 1940s, with a bit of film noir and pulp novelization thrown in for good measure. pushed the boundaries of an animated show, making it easy to forget it was made with kids in mind. 13 Reasons Bob's Burgers Is Objectively Way Better Than The Simpsons #58 of 242 The Best Saturday Morning Cartoons for Mid-'80s — '90s Kids. The '80s was overflowing with iconic cartoons, many of which changed the face of pop culture forever. But they used to! Rugrats taught kids to do the right thing through Tommy Pickles’ moral compass, made being weird okay through Phil and Lil, and represented every kid’s inner worrywart through Chuckie Finster. Although it did make you wonder why Ariel was willing to give all that undersea life up for some guy she'd never spoken to before. Essentially a parody of superheroes like The Shadow and Batman. Shop high-quality t-shirts, masks, onesies, and hoodies for the perfect gift. The Little Mermaid was surprisingly one of Disney's better film-to-TV series adaptations. Along with his own personal dilemmas, Arnold was also helping solve the problems of others, including many adults, which is something a lot of '90s kids can relate to. . Beetlejuice took a creepy movie dynamic and turned it into a silly, hilarious, kid-friendly dynamic. From its mashup of art deco, film noir, and a Burton-era Gotham setting, along with its incredible voice cast, Batman: TAS pushed the boundaries of an animated show, making it easy to forget it was made with kids in mind. Why yes, yes I did. A lot of scenes also took place in a hotel, where Taz was employed as a bellhop, which was meant to spoof John Cleese’s. I know, I know. It was really a dark, dark time in our history. ABC, CBS, NBC, & PBS was the only choices you got. Although it did get a spin-off in the form of Action League Now! Get ready for a heavy dose of nostalgia as we look at its best Saturday morning cartoons. The show latched onto Batman, in particular, naming Freakazoid's headquarters the Freakalair (with a butler named Ingmar) and his primary means of transportation was known as the Freakmobile. Remember the days when you couldn’t wait to jump out of bed, pour yourself a bowl of cereal, and turn on the TV to watch cartoons? Come on, Damon Wayans, we need it now! CBS has aired various animated series aimed at kids, such as the original version of Scooby-Doo, Fat Albert and the Cosby Kids, Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, etc. In the '90s, you still had to wait all week for that special morning binge, and it was exciting. While an inherently fun show, especially for kids. was one of those shows you either loved or hated as a kid. In fact, it was so well received, the show took home eight Emmy awards (and even a Peabody Award) in its debut season. It was definitely one of the few Saturday morning cartoons that were ahead of its time. A LONG-RUNNING cartoon at that. This is still by far my favorite of all the Jonny Quest cartoons. The Tick helped fill out the Fox Kids Saturday morning block, but it generally appealed to a more adult audience than the other shows due to the comic book’s already established cult following. The Complete List of the Original Saturday Morning Cartoons! Basically, Recess should be required viewing for HR departments and political leaders everywhere. Although the show only lasted for four seasons, it left a mark for its constant inventiveness and intelligence. If you didn't love Darkwing Duck, you're wrong. But it also gave us the song "Happy Happy Joy Joy", so there. The 90s delivered the entertainment in spades. A team of mutant superheroes fight for justice and human acceptance in the Marvel Comics universe. It's lah-bor-ah-tor-ee, not lab-rah-tory. No other Saturday morning cartoon was as inventive and memorable in every aspect, creating a piece of art that still stands the test of time. … Besides all the wacky antics and silly catchphrases, Animaniacs worked because it dared to venture into risky territory. The Internet did it Today, all of those cable channels (and more) continue to churn out animated material, but the world of TV and how it's consumed continues to evolve. Although the Saturday-morning timeslot had always featured a great deal of children's television series beginning in the early 1950s, the idea of commissioning new animated series for broadcast on Saturday mornings caught on in the mid-1960s, when the networks realized that they could concentrate kids' viewing on that one morning to appeal to advertising. Each episode featured Marsupilami and his friend Maurice the gorilla outsmarting a dimwitted human named Norman or evading Eduardo the leopard, who was always trying to eat the titular character. It featured a mixture of animated and live-action series from Walt Disney Television Animation and Disney Channel, aimed at children between the ages of 7 and 17. Despite only lasting for one season in the early ‘90s, the show’s comical scenarios and feel good father-son bonding eventually inspired two spin-off movies, A Goofy Movie and An Extremely Goofy Movie, which were also generally well-regarded. The show’s South Korean-style animation made it stand out from many of the other animated series at the time, making it more competitive with well-loved Saturday morning hits like Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles. There was even some crossover with the Spider-Man animated series, at a time when it was not very common to see that done, especially in animation. Certain shows just stay with you, whether it’s because of a catchy theme song, wacky scenarios, or hilarious voice talent. In fact, it was so well received, the show took home eight Emmy awards (and even a Peabody Award) in its debut season. helped fill out the Fox Kids Saturday morning block, but it generally appealed to a more adult audience than the other shows due to the comic book’s already established cult following. The show also hilariously played with the idea that Taz could speak perfectly fine, especially if he wanted something, but chose not to. There was no cable, no streaming, no videos, and TV wasn’t even available 24/7. Although the show only lasted for four seasons, it left a mark for its constant inventiveness and intelligence. Tiny Toons was Looney Tunes for a younger generation and somehow it worked. 2. Instead, the older incarnations appeared as teachers at the Acme Looniversity, where the younger characters were pupils. In the same vein as Muppet Babies and A Pup Named Scooby-Doo before it, Tiny Toon Adventures utilized younger versions of existing animated characters. As a result, it inspires a more specific type of nostalgia in comparison to some of the other shows on this list. In the modern day, He-Man would wrap that hair up in a man bun to rival the beauty of that of Harry Styles. Bobby’s World ran for eight years with Mandel bringing the title character to life, whose voice he supposedly discovered while choking on a piece of cake as a kid. So, grab your bowl of Fruit Loops and see if you agree with our top picks. No preexisting Disney characters were used in the show with the exception of Darkwing’s sidekick, Launchpad McQuack, who had appeared in DuckTales as Scrooge’s pilot. Generally regarded as the best animated series produced by Warner Brothers in coordination with Steven Spielberg. Genres (Tv): Sitcom, Comedy. Get ready for a heavy dose of nostalgia as we look at its best Saturday morning cartoons. Addeddate 2016-02-28 20:40:08 Collection movies Identifier saturdaymorningcartoons Mediatype collection Publicdate 2016-02-28 20:40:08 Title Saturday Morning Cartoons And their Christmas special made me cry. Now you can stream cartoons 24/7. There is, however, such a thing as too many film adaptations. 15 Codename: Kids Next Door (2002-2008) This Cartoon Network show is about five kids who are part of Kids Next Door, a global organization that fights evil adults. Kids', toddler, & baby clothes designed and sold by independent artists. Like Freakazoid!, The Tick parodied the typical, straightforward superhero that kids were used to seeing in DC and Marvel comics. No matter what decade you were born in, Saturday morning cartoons were a staple of every kid’s childhood. Whereas Pinky was a happy, fun-loving idiot who had a Tourettes-like tic, Brain was a megalomaniacal genius who was hell bent on world domination. became a cult favorite for its frequent pop culture references, especially those relating to other superheroes. Who knew Chip and Dale could be so... cool? But by the time the 90s rolled around, there was another special time to watch cartoons that has always stuck out in my mind. Although Tiny Toons looked like the cuter versions of their Looney Tunes counterparts, they weren’t actually related to them (or each other, as Babs and Buster constantly reminded us). While he certainly wasn’t the perfect father, he was at least shown as well-meaning and loving towards his son. How has Waynehead not been released on DVD or VHS yet? Remember when the weekend was all about grabbing a bowl of sugary cereal and planting yourself on the couch until at least noon, marathoning cartoons until you were brain dead? Dear Readers: Thank you for … It effectively broke the fourth wall time after time, combined slapstick humor with parody, and captured the hearts of kids and adults alike. What’s not to love about a superhero who gained his superpowers from the Internet? Like the original Mighty Morphin Power Rangers TV series, X-Men was acquired during Margaret Loesch’s appointment as head of children’s programming for Fox. Back then we had 4 TV stations: ABC, CBS, NBC and PBS. While Marsupilami was one of those fun-loving cartoons that lacked much in the way of educational value, it made up for it with slapstick humor in the vein of Laurel and Hardy and early Looney Tunes cartoons. That's 5 shows, just on one network! The show was a microcosm of society, showing the diversity of human nature and the benefits of working through conflict for the betterment of everyone. Cartoons become movies (Rugrats), movies become cartoons (Men in Black), and the decade closes with a massive outbreak of Pokemania. Based on a Franco-Belgian comic book character, Disney developed their own iteration of Marsupilami, which originally aired during Disney’s Raw Toonage segments. Like Goof Troop, Taz-Mania featured a character we were already familiar with, the Tasmanian Devil, and built up his backstory with a family and supporting characters. Especially Cousin Itt. Following its popularity, the character appeared in his own Saturday morning cartoon on CBS during the 1993-1994 Fall to Spring season. Batman and Superman in the same series at the same time? This underrated ABC Saturday morning cartoon, which started originally on the Disney Channel, marks the first time an animated Disney character like Pooh had a made-for-TV series based on them. If you were a hardcore Goofy fan, it may have seemed like an embarrassing attempt at keeping the character relevant, but to everyone else, it was just another Disney show with its own strengths and weaknesses. Every superhero and supervillain on the show was more absurd than the last, including a character named Hand Man, which was actually just Freakazoid’s right hand (who ended up marrying his left). Batman Beyond might have been on the darker side of children's programming, but what were you expecting from a Batman cartoon? Ironically, Pinky often ended up saving the day or pointing out the flaws in Brain’s plans, despite his supposed lack of intellect. Try and guess the correct 90's Cartoon TV questions and answers. Batman: TAS also had considerably more realistic looking violence than even live-action shows like Mighty Morphin Power Rangers could ever lay claim to. In fact, here is my definitive ranking of 56 of the best '90s Saturday Morning cartoons. Christopher McCulloch jumped on board to help write the show, and later brought Edlund onto his own project, The Venture Bros. Rocko's Modern Life was like Ren and Stimpy but better. According to my "research," these are the top 10 best Saturday morning cartoons from the '90s. "The Simpsons" (1989) is a classic animated comedy. However, whether they were reruns carried over from the '60s to '80s or incredibly short lived, there were some '90s Saturday morning cartoons that are forever in my heart. Gargoyles (1994-1996) The serialized storytelling, the gorgeous animation, and the nods to Beauty … Like. Did I get up at 5AM to watch twelve little girls in two straight lines? Despite the character crossover, creator Tad Stones has said that Darkwing Duck was actually an alternate universe from the one in DuckTales (go figure). We had to read books and talk to each other. The show latched onto Batman, in particular, naming Freakazoid's headquarters the Freakalair (with a butler named Ingmar) and his primary means of transportation was known as the Freakmobile. Within five years of his comics debut, Spider-Man had already landed on Saturday morning television. Rugrats still feels very close to our hearts because it seems like just yesterday that the last of the spin-offs and bonus movies ended. It also showcased the talents of some really prolific voice actors like Rob Paulsen, Jim Cummings, and Nancy Cartwright. For one 12-episode season, the cartoon followed the cosmic hero after he rebelled against the planet … Batman fans were also blessed with the, 15 People-Hunting Movies To Watch If You Liked The Hunt, 15 Best Saturday Morning Cartoons From The '90s, Friends: 10 Worst Times A Character Was Slut-Shamed (Ranked Least To Most Offensive), Downton Abbey: The First And Last Lines Of Every Character, Professional Athletes Turned Movie Stars: 5 Attempts We Loved (& 5 That Didn't Work Out As Well), Top 5 Times Star Wars Exceeded Fan Expectations (& 5 Times Fans Were Let Down), Curb Your Enthusiasm: 10 Well-Known Guest Stars Who Didn’t Play Themselves, Harry Potter: 10 Mistakes J.K. 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The series' suburban setting also gave it more of a sitcom vibe than its predecessors, while allowing Goofy to shine in his single parent role. 4,696. All the best shows were on, and you had to … The best current TV sitcoms are those funny situational comedy shows that keep us laughing during their current original runs. was an insanely good and insanely underrated TV series. Grew up waaaaay before cable TV. There was even some crossover with the. It was a superhero show in all senses of the definition, and one that inspired the creation of many others during the ‘90s and ‘00s. The Saturday Morning Show [edit | edit source] The Saturday Morning Show was a 1985 syndicated anthology packaging by ABC which premiered Fall 1988 Shows The New Adventures of Beany and Cecil (1988-1990) The New Adventures of Winnie the Pooh (1988-1990) The Littles (1988-1989) Slimer! How was it better? Everyone else can just go home. It was like watching the movie to avoid reading the book. No other Saturday morning cartoon was as inventive and memorable in every aspect, creating a piece of art that still stands the test of time. Good morning, this is Imogen Dewey bringing you the main stories and must-reads on Monday 7 December. Fans of the X-Men comics could enjoy seeing some of their favorite characters come to life on the small screen in both original stories and those adapted from the Marvel comics. Originally, Marsupilami only spoke one word in a Hodor-like fashion—his catchphrase “houba”—and spent more time rescuing other creatures rather than causing trouble. These commercials aired during The Bugs Bunny and Tweety Show, Little Rosey, and A Pup Named Scooby-Doo on ABC KTRK-TV 13 Houston. Plus, the theme song is really catchy. However, he was changed to being much more of a talkative, smart-ass character, which was later a staple of Saturday morning cartoon characters like the Warner siblings on Animaniacs (fear not, we'll get to them in a bit). After shows like X-Men: The Animated Series and Spider-Man: The Animated Series ruled Saturday mornings in the mid-1990s, Silver Surfer explored the furthest reaches of the Marvel Universe in 1998.Like those shows, the Saban Entertainment series ran on Fox's Fox Kids programming block. It actually ran for three seasons, and a remarkably high number of film cast members reprised their roles on the small screen, including Stacey Dash (Dionne), Donald Faison (Murray), and Elisa Donovan (Amber). Saturday wasn't special anymore. Sometimes they'd run Saved By The Bell or something around 11 am. Where else could you see Batman unzip himself completely to reveal Michael Keaton inside? All orders are custom made and most ship worldwide within 24 hours. also had considerably more realistic looking violence than even live-action shows like, It was here too that we were first introduced to Dr. Harleen Quinzel aka Harley Quinn, who has gone to become the most popular female character in the DC universe aside from Wonder Woman. A lot of scenes also took place in a hotel, where Taz was employed as a bellhop, which was meant to spoof John Cleese’s Fawlty Towers sitcom. Originally appearing as part of Animaniacs, Pinky and The Brain got its own spinoff series in 1995 and was later followed by another version called Pinky, Elmyra, and the Brain, where the two mice accidentally get adopted by Elmyra from Tiny Toons. The Fantastic Four deserves its props for being a fairly accurate representation of the comic book's storylines. There's no such thing as too many TMNT animated series. It was here too that we were first introduced to Dr. Harleen Quinzel aka Harley Quinn, who has gone to become the most popular female character in the DC universe aside from Wonder Woman. While an inherently fun show, especially for kids, Tiny Toons constantly peppered itself with '90s current events, which makes it appear a lot more dated in a modern day rewatch. remains one of Nickelodeon’s most popular animated series (and for good reason). These days, ‘90s nostalgia is in full swing, as those of us who were fortunate enough to live through that time still remember the cartoons that permeated our brains. counterparts, they weren’t actually related to them (or each other, as Babs and Buster constantly reminded us). The Berenstain Bears (1985 TV series) Childhood Tv Shows Childhood Toys Childhood Memories Old Kids Tv Shows Growing Up British School Tv Teen Programs British Things Old Cartoons. segments. The show was noticeably darker both in tone and appearance than most other cartoons of the time, tackling themes of death, abuse, and revenge. PufnStuf (Krofft, 1969) Here Come the Double Deckers (Booth/Jones, 1971) Land of the Lost (Krofft, 1974) Lidsville (Krofft, 1971) Sigmund and the Sea Monsters (Krofft, 1973) Author's Note. Originally, Marsupilami only spoke one word in a Hodor-like fashion—his catchphrase “, was one of those fun-loving cartoons that lacked much in the way of educational value, it made up for it with slapstick humor in the vein of, featured a character we were already familiar with, the Tasmanian Devil, and built up his backstory with a family and supporting characters. Storytelling needed to be dramatic and engaging to inspire viewers to tune in the following week. If you were a hardcore Goofy fan, it may have seemed like an embarrassing attempt at keeping the character relevant, but to everyone else, it was just another Disney show with its own strengths and weaknesses. Even his methods for defeating his enemies were completely insane, sometimes coming as a complete surprise to Freakazoid himself. The world of animations just wouldn’t be the same without Tom and Jerry. 15 Best Saturday Morning Cartoons From The '90s. If you grew up during the era of Saturday morning cartoons and after the era of toy-commercials-turned-TV-shows, then there’s a big chance your favorite animated series is either getting a fresh start in the near future or has already been the recipient of a recent makeover. To be fair, at that age, I would have watched anything that had Sonic the Hedgehog in it. ... 90s Cartoons Wiki is a FANDOM TV Community. Spoiler alert: We never actually find out how they use the bathroom. 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