What is that sound I hear? Sounds like someone scraping the bottom of a barrel.
Why couldn't they put their '80's headliners on there like Smurfs or Thundercats? What about "The Bugs Bunny/Road Runner Show"?
Who is the dog??
I believe that's 1/2 of a duo of dogs from The Kwicky Koala Show.I had no idea Warner Bros had the rights to those Ruby-Spears shows?
Yikes indeed.Who knew that Warner Bros. owned the rights to the "Dragon Lair" cartoon show.On the positive side we might get a 90's boxset soon.
Unless the final selection of cartoons is different from what has been initially announced (that was the case with most of the previous Saturday Morning Cartoons sets), I probably won't pick this us. The only show on there that I would want to own on DVD is the Ed Grimley show, which isn't something I'm ever even seen, but only heard about (and heard good things about, at that).
Dvd backcover:http://www.tvshowsondvd.net/graphics/news3/SaturdayAMCartoons_1980sV1_.jpg1.-The Flintstone Kids2.-Mister T3.-Dragon's Lair4.-Thundarr the Barbarian5.-Monchichis6.-The Kwicky Koala Show7.-Chuck Norris: Karate Kommandos8.-The Completely Mental Misadventures of Ed Grimley9.-Galtar and the Golden Lance10.-The Biskitts11.-Goldie Gold & Action JackExtra featurette called "Lords of Light!:Thundarr the Barbarian.(265 minutes)
They technically own Ruby-Spears through the fact the studio's contents were owned originally by TAFT Broadcasting alongside Hanna-Barbera in the 80's (transferred to Turner prior to Time Warner's merger).What is kinda amusing is they picked Dragon's Lair over Pac-Man (let alone Monchhichis over Smurfs, but it's their poison). The rest is pretty much a good slushpile of 1980's s__t that I wouldn't really recommend to anyone unless there were my age and could remember this slop like I had.
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