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LaVaLaDy

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« on: 10-15-2003 19:42 »

HEY! I recently got ToonDisney, I wanted to know which Disny animated sereis you like the most, if you like any.
I LOVE Hercules the Animated Series! Ive been waching it every day! Its so HILarious, I loved the movie and the show is just as good. I think the gods and goddess are great and they all have celebrity voices! Aphrodite was voiced by Lisa Kewdro(cant spell) from friends. Paul Chaffur from David lettermen is Hermes. There are a lot more, but I just love the show. The Muses are my favorite characters I can name them all.
I also like PepperAnn, I have always loved this show, I dont have much time to wach it because of classes but I have to say i love it also.
So which do you guys like?  love

Rover

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« Reply #1 on: 10-15-2003 20:13 »

Most of the Disney shows suck. Except the Weekenders.
Just Chris

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« Reply #2 on: 10-15-2003 21:16 »

Toon Disney is better than the Disney Channel. It brings back Disney cartoons of yore, Chip 'n' Dale, Darkwing Duck, stuff I used to watch.
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« Reply #3 on: 10-15-2003 22:57 »

i love the Lilo and Stitch animated show. It's freakin adorable! Some of the jokes are actually clever, and yeah since it's disney, some of the jokes are lame, but they are evenly mixed and spread out and Stitch is soooo cute.
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« Reply #4 on: 10-15-2003 23:24 »

The Gargoyles show is pretty good.
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« Reply #5 on: 10-15-2003 23:28 »

The Weekenders rock! The characters are interesting, the art is cool, and it's really funny! Tino is like a Fry in the present.
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Kryten

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« Reply #6 on: 10-16-2003 00:01 »

Gargoyles owns your sorry asses. It's so much better than the shit they're putting out these days it isn't funny.
Wonderbee31

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« Reply #7 on: 10-16-2003 00:02 »

I like watching Kim Possible.  It's not a bad show, better than some of the stuff Disney puts out.  I also like to watch re-runs of Gargoyles, probably the most adult show Disney has done in a while.
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« Reply #8 on: 10-16-2003 00:08 »

 
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Originally posted by Kryten:
Gargoyles owns your sorry asses. It's so much better than the shit they're putting out these days it isn't funny.

Damn, that was such a good show.

oh, and Kim Possible is a kick ass show too.


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« Reply #9 on: 10-16-2003 02:05 »

I love Darkwing Duck.  That's my favorite Disney show of all time.  Gummi Bears and The Little Mermaid: The Series are good too.  I watch Kim Possible when I'm bored, but I hate the title character.  My new guilty pleasure is Lilo & Stitch: The Series.  Okay, the animation isn't great, the scripts suck, but it's grown on me.  I might just enjoy seeing my favorite cross-dressing cyclops again though.  smile

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MuscaDomestica

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« Reply #10 on: 10-16-2003 09:16 »

I remember Darkwing Duck, also remember liking Tail Spin. Can't really stand Disney right now...it is annoying the crap out of me with some of the things it has done recently.
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« Reply #11 on: 10-16-2003 09:51 »
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The old stuff is the best....Chip n' Dale, Gummi Bears and obviously Gargoyles is a classic....of the new stuff....well i dont watch it but ive seen a bit of llyod in space which is ok.....Aladin was the only good cartoon of a movie they have made, i would suggest them make an emperors new groove cartoon, but the movie was sooo good i wouldnt want them to ruin it.

anyhow...my tip is get CNX....saurai jack, he-man(not as good as the old one but still good) and ive seen one episode of ultimate muscle which was brilliant. Also they have dragonball which i ant seen much of.
Otis P Jivefunk

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« Reply #12 on: 10-16-2003 13:26 »

Darkwing Duck rules! That's my fave. But I also love Duck Tales, and the Gummi Bears  cool
Impossible

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« Reply #13 on: 10-16-2003 13:38 »

My favourite Disney animated series were Hercules, Ariel the Little Mermaid and Gummi Bears. I had quite a few videos of Ariel and the Gummi Bears  big grin
Teral

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« Reply #14 on: 10-16-2003 14:02 »

Disney haven't made a good show since the cancellation of "Darkwing Duck". Heck, they haven't even made an average show since then.

DW, "DuckTales" and "Chip 'n Dale, Rescue Rangers", those were the last shows to bring honor to the name Disney. Well, at least we still have the memories of the days when Disney actually tried.

"Gargoyles" look neat, but I haven't seen an episode yet.
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« Reply #15 on: 10-16-2003 17:12 »

I think I wathced Chip 'n Dales the most, but we don't have ToonDisney or the Disney Channel, we have Disney festival. It shows some series. But in the past there were better series.
Hercules is pretty good, but I don't like series from Aladdin or Little Mermaid, because I loved the movie so much, that I think the series is a rip-off, it isn't as good as the movie.
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« Reply #16 on: 10-16-2003 17:41 »

 
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Originally posted by Teral:
"Gargoyles" look neat, but I haven't seen an episode yet.

You poor deprived child you.

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« Reply #17 on: 10-16-2003 18:57 »

I've never seen Gargoyles either.  I occasionally catch DuckTales or Chip 'n Dale Rescue Rangers now and then.

TIP FOR A DAY WHEN YOU'RE REALLY BORED:  Most all the shows on Toon Disney are broadcast in SAP.  So set your TV or VCR into the SAP mode, and you can hear the theme song and all the voices of the characters translated into Spanish.
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« Reply #18 on: 10-18-2003 01:14 »

Gargoyles rules, end of story, btw I think there's a censorship going on where that's concerned. I watched the entire series over and over and have yet to see the gun episode. (Where Broadway accidently shoots Elisa) It's a crying shame if they are avoiding that one ep.
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« Reply #19 on: 10-18-2003 07:00 »

Ducktales or Talespin are the best disney series. There are no childrens cartoons that compare with them nowdays. They had great stories and characters, not crazy flashing lights and weren't made just to make children buy toys.
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« Reply #20 on: 10-18-2003 11:55 »

Ducktales, yeah, I always forget that one. It's great! I really loved that! The comics too, by the way.
Just Chris

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« Reply #21 on: 10-19-2003 00:28 »

Yeah, Ducktales was the best show ever that involved ducks. I didn't really like Talespin much, though.
Jeremy

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« Reply #22 on: 10-19-2003 00:31 »

Uh....hello?! Darkwing Duck?!
Evil Fox Exec

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« Reply #23 on: 10-19-2003 11:53 »

 
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Originally posted by Allen:
Gargoyles rules, end of story, btw I think there's a censorship going on where that's concerned.
Yeah, Disney's starting to turn into a bunch of little wusses and are censoring things.  In the late 90's, DuckTales went back into syndication for a couple years, and I was watching it on a UPN station.  After that, it was temporarily shown on the Disney Channel before going to Toon Disney.  Anyway, I quit watching it after it went to the Disney Channel.  This is because I started noticing censorship.  Namely, sometimes when a character firing a gun, that part was cut out.  But other gun references were left in.  Idiots.  Not only were they inconsistant, but sometimes the editing was done so badly that you can clearly notice that something is wrong. What was okay in 1990 would surely be okay in 2000.  I don't know if they're still censoring DuckTales on Toon Disney.  But I sure hope not. 
Teral

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« Reply #24 on: 10-19-2003 13:41 »

Wow, that's bad. I hate to think what they do to Darkwing Duck, since that show was more violent and anti-heroic than DuckTales. I bet they don't even air it.
BumbleBeeTheta

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« Reply #25 on: 10-20-2003 00:49 »

Actually, Toon Disney was airing Darkwing Duck twice a day last time I checked.  I'm not sure if it's been censored though.
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« Reply #26 on: 10-20-2003 01:11 »

 
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Originally posted by Teral:
"Gargoyles" look neat, but I haven't seen an episode yet.

You poor deprived depraved child you.

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« Reply #27 on: 10-20-2003 01:47 »

The reason children's shows can't compare with the children's shows of yesteryear is that we aren't children anymore, end of story.  Trust me, anyone who grew up before the late 80's and early 90's era of toons probably found all of them incredibly lame, simply because they were too old for them.  Ditto with us on current children's televisions.  Yes, of course its crap, but children's cartoons have ALWAYS been crap.  We just enjoyed them anyway as kids because, well, we were kids and didn't know any better and just liked anything that was animated...
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« Reply #28 on: 10-21-2003 23:12 »

one word: Ducktails
i could never tell hewy dewy and louie apart

and i cant forget tailspin. i even have the video game for the original nes. tough game
Asylum-Fry

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« Reply #29 on: 10-21-2003 23:22 »

 
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Originally posted by Kryten:
Gargoyles owns your sorry asses. It's so much better than the shit they're putting out these days it isn't funny.

During the summer, when I was staying in Las Vegas with my grandparents, I'd stay up real late and watch Gargoyles, Darkwing Duck, and this year, Futurama.

Gargoyles was awesome, I wish I'd seen more of it but I've only seen around 20 episodes.. can't even remember some of them, since the whole thing is a continued series. Darkwing Duck was also very cool, I thought it was clever, more so than some of the stuff Disney's done.

Don't know if it's worth wanting now, but it would be nice if I got Toon Disney on TV at my house. Too bad my parents don't want it.
Venus

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« Reply #30 on: 10-21-2003 23:38 »

i love the animated Lilo and Stitch series so much. I can't get over how adorable Stitch is. And i'm glad they got back all of the original voices. I just wish they were more consistent. One ep Stitch has a panic attack when Lilo tries to give him a bath and the next ep he's sitting quite contentedly on a surf board in open water. And Nani works at old man kukhkini's general store not the surfboard rental hut. And i noticed that at the end of the first movie Stitch spoke stilted but passable English, and in the sequel his english skills had improved somewhat, but in the series he speaks predominently Turian and just punctuates his sentences with English, unless of course what he has to say is essential to the plot, in which case he has no problem with english. And lilo seems to have no trouble understanding Turian or even reading it. And quite a bit from the series contradicts what was in the photo montage at the end of the first movie. From little stuff, like what Lilo and Stitch were for halloween and Stitch joining Lilo's hula classes to big stuff like Cobra bubbles being a part of their general lives and Nani and David's romantic relationship. And they also have an annoying habit of taking a joke and running with it. They won't make one dentist joke in an ep, they'll make two. They won't make one learning joke, they'll make five. And the background music is atrocious. But it's so freaking cute you can't help but adore it.
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« Reply #31 on: 10-21-2003 23:54 »

Chip n' Dale, Gummi Bears....Wern't there other cartoons the old Disney Channel showed? Anyway, those two shows ruled. Also while were on Disney cartoons, The Black Calderon is one of the best Disney movies ever (it dosen't even seem like a Disney movie) but Disney rarely promotes it at all, in fact I bet most people don't even know it exists or think it's not a Disney movie. Also Fantasia 2000 SUCKED ASS! The first Fantasia was better.
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« Reply #32 on: 10-22-2003 01:07 »
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Originally posted by Garbage Picker:
i could never tell hewy dewy and louie apart

Hewey: Red
Dewey: Blue
Louie: Green

Ducktales was the best show ever.

Gargoyles was a close second.  I especially want to see all the Shakespeare-related episodes again.  And if you look at the cast list over at imdb.com, you'll realize just how many members of Star Trek: TNG were involved.

Things I want to know:

The names of all the Gargoyles.  I remember Goliath, Broadway, and Hudson off the top of my head.

The original Disney Afternoon lineup.  Duck Tales, Rescue Rangers, and Tail Spin - what was the fourth?  And was Tail Spin an original in the first place?  I'm pretty sure Gummi Bears was straight Saturday morning, but I'm not entirely sure.

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Kryten

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« Reply #33 on: 10-22-2003 01:25 »

 
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Things I want to know:

The names of all the Gargoyles.  I remember Goliath, Broadway, and Hudson off the top of my head.

Brooklyn (the beaky guy), Lexington (the little guy), Bronx (the dog), Demona (the evil chick), and Angela (the good chick).

 
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The original Disney Afternoon lineup.  Duck Tales, Rescue Rangers, and Tail Spin - what was the fourth?  And was Tail Spin an original in the first place?  I'm pretty sure Gummi Bears was straight Saturday morning, but I'm not entirely sure.


I think it may have been Gummi Bears.

Wonderbee31

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« Reply #34 on: 10-22-2003 01:31 »
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Originally posted by *Nixorbo*:
The names of all the Gargoyles. I remember Goliath, Broadway, and Hudson off the top of my head.

Let's see, there was Lexington, the red one, Brooklyn, and the dog one was named Bronx?

I think Goliaths daughter was named Angela, and then of course, there was Demona.   evil laugh

Oops, I see that Kryten beat me to it by just a few moments.  Curse my stupid fingers!
Britz

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« Reply #35 on: 10-22-2003 02:47 »

Darkwing Duck, Gargoyles and Young Hercules all kicked ass, everything else Disney spews out sucks, there, a modest little review.
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« Reply #36 on: 10-22-2003 20:23 »

 
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 I think it may have been Gummi Bears.
Yep, I think you're right.  That Disney afternoon CD that came out in the very early 90's had the themes to just DuckTales, Chip 'n Dale Rescue Rangers, TaleSpin, and Gummi Bears on it.

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« Reply #37 on: 08-17-2004 01:29 »
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Thank you search engine.

Anyway, I want to say Disney Cartoons were good back in the day.

Gummi Bears
Ducktales
Rescue Rangers
TalesSpin
Darkwing Duck
Aladdin

and others

Though it sucked that many only made it up to 65 episodes.  Disney has a rule, once a show makes it to 65, that show is cancelled regardless on what characters are going through.  Kim Possible and Lilo and Stich will perhaps suffer the same fate.

Lilo and Stich is like Pokemon, only it is actually fun to watch.

Kim Possible is great.  I like spy stuff, and this one's with a twist, a teenage female lead spy.  I like Dr. Drakken and Shego and some people have said that I've modelled Ironfinger and Jinx from my SpyOrama, after Drakken and Shego.  Maybe they are right, I'm not fully sure if I did.

Drakken and Shego are this century's Borris and Natasha.
John Pannozzi

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« Reply #38 on: 08-26-2004 22:34 »
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Gargoyles is coming to DVD!
 http://www.tvshowsondvd.com/newsitem.cfm?NewsID=2112

 
Gargoyles creator Greg Weisman's info about the release of the first season DVDs - which he announced two weeks ago at The Gathering (convention in Montreal) - proves to be exactly on-the-money. Buena Vista has verified that this 2-DVD set, list-priced at $29.99, is set to arrive on December 7th.


 
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Originally posted by Teral:
Disney haven't made a good show since the cancellation of "Darkwing Duck". Heck, they haven't even made an average show since then.

What about Raw Toonage and Bonkers?

 
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Originally posted by Teral:
"Gargoyles" look neat, but I haven't seen an episode yet.

Have you been living under a rock for the last decade.

My favorite Disney show was the short=lived SNL-esque "Raw Toonage" that had a Bonkers cartoon, a Marsupilami cartoon and a "Totally Tasteless video" (that weren't, in actuallity, all that tasteless) and host segments by characters like Gosalyn Mallard, Ludwig von Drake, Don Carnage, Launchpad McQuack and others.
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« Reply #39 on: 08-27-2004 12:38 »
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I dunno, I don't think you need to have been living under a rock to have not heard of Gargoyles. The fanbase it has is extremely devoted, but the show never got to the height of popularity that many other Disney shows attained. Unfortunate, too. Demona and Brooklyn were my favourites..
Bonkers and Marsupilami were awesome too, and I really like Kim Possible. Kim is likeable and a good role model[unlike 90% percent of Disney's lead females], Ron is genuinely humorous[again, unlike most leading males], and the supporting cast is strong.. The villains are all very original and interesting[possibly excepting those Russian robot chicks, who are sort of boring], and it's just generally a smart and funny and well-animated show.
Does anyone else like DN-Amy? I feel like if I don't watch out I'll grow up to be like her.. A mad scientist with a soft spot for plushies.

BOTPD. Heh.
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