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« Reply #40 on: 08-27-2004 13:01 »
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DuckTales, Darkwing Duck, Chip 'n Dale Rescue Rangers, and Tale Spin. They were all BRILLIANT. Launchpad was in DuckTales and Darkwing Duck, right? What a crazy, crazy cross-over. Also, I know Darkwing Duck was in the line up of Disney Afternoon at one point.

Edit - Let's Get Dangerous TOTPD
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« Reply #41 on: 08-27-2004 13:32 »

Those shows were awesome! Esp Duck Tales. We need DVD sets of all those shows.
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« Reply #42 on: 08-27-2004 14:22 »

The DuckTales movie came out earlier this month on DVD, well in the UK anyway...
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« Reply #43 on: 08-27-2004 15:43 »

I watched the Ducktales movie on TV the other day, it brought back so many good childhood memories  big grin
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« Reply #44 on: 08-27-2004 15:55 »

 
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Originally posted by John Pannozzi:
Have you been living under a rock for the last decade.

No, he's been living in Denmark.  You can't expect Europeans to have seen every show that gets aired in the US just because you have.

Also, questions end with a question mark.

 
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Originally posted by EvilLunch:
I dunno, I don't think you need to have been living under a rock to have not heard of Gargoyles.

He never said that he hadn't heard of Gargoyles.  He said that he hadn't seen any episodes.  There's a difference.

I mean, I've never seen an episode of... blast, what the devil do kids watch these days? ...The Sopranos, but I do know what it is.
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« Reply #45 on: 08-27-2004 23:42 »

Oh, right. Little slip on my part. Still, though. I dont blame the guy. I dunno what channels he gets but it's on Toon Disney, which I don't get. So I wouldn't be shocked if I heard someone had never seen that, being I haven't in years. A show like Futurama though, no excuse.
Also the DuckTales movie is pwn.
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« Reply #46 on: 08-28-2004 04:23 »

I just watched an episode of Bonkers on Toon Disney.  Lucky's daughter was voiced by Sherry Lynn.   love
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« Reply #47 on: 09-24-2004 22:32 »

This Sat. features a new episode of Kim Possible.

It features Kim Possible facing two villains, both voiced by Futurama's own John DiMaggio.  He'll be voicing both Dr. Drakken and Motor Ed, seriously.
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« Reply #48 on: 10-02-2004 01:23 »
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When is disney going to release some of their classic shows on DVD? 

I heard that Disney was on the verge of going bankrupt, and that's why they released those horrible sequels to their classic feature movies.  Also, that is why they are releasing classic movies on special edition forms: Aladdin, Lion King.

If they released, Ducktales, Darkwing Duck and others on DVDs, they wouldn't have to worry about bankrupcy.

Of course, I do like the Kim Possible DVDs.  My friend loaned some his and it made me want to get my own copies.

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« Reply #49 on: 10-02-2004 14:39 »

 
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Originally posted by fryfanSpyOrama:
When is disney going to release some of their classic shows on DVD? 



Maybe when and if the Gargoyles DVD(s) make enough money.
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« Reply #50 on: 10-02-2004 16:00 »

 
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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.
 

That's a cruel thing to say. Have you even seen any post-DWD Disney shows?
Teral

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« Reply #51 on: 10-02-2004 17:45 »

Yes, and they all failed to impress me.
John Pannozzi

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« Reply #52 on: 10-02-2004 17:47 »

What shows did you see, and why didn't you like them.

BTW, Darkwing appeared in Bonkers, so don't knock his show.
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« Reply #53 on: 10-15-2004 01:55 »
« Last Edit on: 10-16-2004 00:00 »

From what I've heard this upcoming episode of Kim Possible has Kim kissing Ron.  Kim gets a microchip inside of her and she becomes emotionally unstable.  Kim and Ron kissed before, but only because they were under mistletoe in their X-mas episode.  I'm wondering is this the build up to another relationship?

Kim only has 10 episodes left and then a second TV made moive.  The first TV made movie showed how Kim and Ron became friends.  I'm curious, will this series end with Kim and Ron together?

I've read fanfics at ff.nt featuring Kim and Ron as couple, and they were good for fanfics.

The idea of Kim and Ron together would seem cool, but it would feel like a cop out?because throughout the series there has been no sign that Kim and Ron really like each other.  I look at them just as friends, for real.  It's not like Fry and Leela from Futurama, or Danny and Sam from Danny Phantom or Numbahs 3 and 4 from Codename: KND. 

Those shows have shown signs of their possible couples.  But if it turns out that Kim and Ron do end up a couple, I hope it becomes just as big as Fry and Leela.
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« Reply #54 on: 10-15-2004 22:40 »
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I loved it, Emotion Sickness was a great Kim Possible.  This is a must see.  Rom/Kim reminded me of Fry/Leela.

News from tv.tome

Ron obviously has thought about he and Kim in a non-plationic "relationship". Kim/Ron fans everywhere are rejoicing!


Ron: Okay, so Kim and I have been best buds forever. Maybe dating is the next step. I mean, hey, what's not to like about Kim? She's smart, cute and dating could be good.

Ron: So that whole crush thing was all the Moodulator?
Kim: No, there were fireworks.
Ron: You think so?
Kim: Yeah. Look. (Points to fireworks above them)

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« Reply #55 on: 10-16-2004 00:20 »

 
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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. 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.

Hm, nah not really, as I actually DID see that episode of Gargoyles about a month ago on Toon Disney. And they cut nothing out, not even the blood.  smile

I love ALL the old Toon Disney shows...Especially Darkwing Duck. I have to agree with Teral, most of the more kiddie-ish shows, pre-DWD, sucked noodles, especially Bonkers (face it. the disgruntled human detective Lucky Piquel simply -can't- hold a candle to Roger Rabbit's Eddie Valiant.) and Schnookums and Meat, which was nothing more than a disney-fied rip-off of Ren and Stimpy. -_-

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« Reply #56 on: 10-24-2004 21:16 »

 
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No, he's been living in Denmark. You can't expect Europeans to have seen every show that gets aired in the US just because you have.

But he hasn't seen Ren and Stimpy, the most popular cartoon of early 1990's next to the Simpsons and Tiny Toons, or SpongeBob, one of the most famous cartoons of the late 1990's and early 2000's. He needs to watch more cartoons. Maybe he can import DVDs.
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« Reply #57 on: 10-26-2004 00:10 »

 
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Originally posted by John Pannozzi:
But he hasn't seen Ren and Stimpy, the most popular cartoon of early 1990's next to the Simpsons and Tiny Toons, or SpongeBob, one of the most famous cartoons of the late 1990's and early 2000's.

Just because those shows were popular or famous here, that doesn't mean that they were in Denmark.  I'm sure that there are plenty of Danish cartoons that Teral has seen and you haven't.  Why haven't you seen any of those?  Surely the fact that they've only ever been shown on Danish television can't be your excuse.

 
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He needs to watch more cartoons.

No, he doesn't.  You could probably stand to watch a few less, though.

 
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Maybe he can import DVDs.

DVDs are expensive enough without overseas shipping charges.  If you're so concerned, why don't you buy the DVDs and mail them to him?

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« Reply #58 on: 10-26-2004 16:59 »
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Originally posted by EvilLunch:
A show like Futurama though, no excuse.

Actually, there is. Futurama was heavily hyped when it primered, but shortly thereafter, it was forgotten by the general public.

 
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Just because those shows were popular or famous here, that doesn't mean that they were in Denmark. I'm sure that there are plenty of Danish cartoons that Teral has seen and you haven't. Why haven't you seen any of those? Surely the fact that they've only ever been shown on Danish television can't be your excuse.

My excuse is that I'm too lazy to import Danish cartoons.

BTW, Teral, did you know that the original catchprase for Spumco, the company that created Ren and Stimpy, is "The Danes call it 'quaility'.

 
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Originally posted by David A.:
No, he doesn't. You could probably stand to watch a few less, though.

Believe me, there are LOTS of cartoons I haven't seen. Cowboy Bebop for example.

 
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Originally posted by David A.:
DVDs are expensive enough without overseas shipping charges.

WTF? The Ren and Stimpy Seasons 1 and 2 DVD is only US$30-40.

 
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Originally posted by David A.:
 If you're so concerned, why don't you buy the DVDs and mail them to him?

I don't know his address.
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« Reply #59 on: 10-26-2004 19:26 »

I like most Disney classics, to be honest too many to name.
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« Reply #60 on: 10-28-2004 17:11 »

Disney's on the verge of bankrupcy?
Teral

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« Reply #61 on: 10-30-2004 12:43 »
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Thanks David.

 
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Originally posted by John Pannozzi:
  What about Raw Toonage and Bonkers?

Never heard about Raw Toonage. Bonkers appeared on the program Disney Hour a while back, never saw more than a few glimpse here and there.

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

Despite what you've heard we don't import every aspect of American culture and make it our own. 90& of American cartoons never find their way to a European tv, and vice versa. I've read about them on the Internet long ago though and was impressed by the framegrabs and background information.

 
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BTW, Darkwing appeared in Bonkers, so don't knock his show.

Does not compute.

 
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BTW, Teral, did you know that the original catchprase for Spumco, the company that created Ren and Stimpy, is "The Danes call it 'quaility'.

Nope.

 
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WTF? The Ren and Stimpy Seasons 1 and 2 DVD is only US$30-40.

Okay, 35$ for one season. Add $4.50 for shpping (Amazon.com). Goods imported to Denmark from outside the European Union are subject to a 70% (IIRC) import duty if the value exceeds 27 dollar. Postdenmark charge 25 kr (~4 dollar) for handling the duties (even if you do it yourself). So total cost of US-import: ~72 dollar. Sorry, I'd rather use my money for mortgages, insurance and stuff I know I like. Import from the UK will be someting like 44 dollar, again for something I don't know if I like.

 
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I don't know his address.

Just dump it in the big container down by the abandoned warehouse on pier 47, I'll take it from there.
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« Reply #62 on: 11-01-2004 15:17 »
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Does not compute.

What do you mean "Does not compute"?

Here are some framegrabs from DW's appearance in Bonkers:





   
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Nope.

But you still find it interesting, right?
Teral

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« Reply #63 on: 11-01-2004 16:34 »

 
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Originally posted by John Pannozzi:
What do you mean "Does not compute"?

Your claim that knocking Bonkers is offlimits because DW guest-starred in it. By that token I'm not allowed to womit att he sound of the owrds "Battlefield: Earth" if I happened to like "Grease". Or diss ST5:The Final Frontier" because it have Leonard Nimoy in it, and he guest starred on Futurama.

 
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Originally posted by John Pannozzi:
   But you still find it interesting, right?

Nope, not in the least.
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« Reply #64 on: 11-01-2004 16:46 »

 
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Your claim that knocking Bonkers is offlimits because DW guest-starred in it. By that token I'm not allowed to womit att he sound of the owrds "Battlefield: Earth" if I happened to like "Grease". Or diss ST5:The Final Frontier" because it have Leonard Nimoy in it, and he guest starred on Futurama.

Good point. But don't you find DW appearing in Bonkers interesting at all?

 
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Nope, not in the least.

Odd that you don't Danish references interesting. I love it when my home Rhode Island is mentioned in movies, TV, etc.
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« Reply #65 on: 11-01-2004 16:55 »

 
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But don't you find DW appearing in Bonkers interesting at all?

Well, I wouldn't mind seeing the show. But since I'm very suspicious of cross-overs I can't say my expectations are high.

 
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Originally posted by John Pannozzi:
 Odd that you don't Danish references interesting. I love it when my home Rhode Island is mentioned in movies, TV, etc.

Meh, it's a company slogan used for comical effect. At least the appearance of the Danish superchain Shøp on the Simpsons was funny.
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« Reply #66 on: 11-01-2004 17:24 »

Kim Possible is an OK show, but Hercules the animated series is really, really, KICK ASS, man!! But some TV series aren't as good as the movie, like Aladdin, now THAT'S a good movie.  big grin  big grin Chip n' Dale is a great show. I remember watching that when I was a kid. Lilo and Stitch is a great TV show and series. I LUV that cute alien that always eats and makes those wisecracks.  big grin I don't have cable or sattelite, but it's on ABC kids on Saturday mornings. The Weekenders is a great show. My favorite character is Tito, and that's a kick ass show as well. There are some other ones I can name, but the list goes on forever...
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« Reply #67 on: 12-22-2004 21:56 »

 
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Originally posted by Garbage Picker:
i could never tell hewy dewy and louie apart

Huey usually wears red, Dewey wears blue, and Louie usually wears green.

Interesting, it turns out the excutives at Disney look down at the oler TDA shows.

Read http://www.hollywoodreporter.com/thr/television/feature_display.jsp?vnu_content_id=1000740307

Some replies from http://forums.toonzone.net/showthread.php?p=1555448#post1555448

 
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Originally posted by Martaininvader:
The Hollywood Reporter article where they interview WDTA heads, if you haven't seen the link on the news page yet. They enthusiastically talk about how they're shifting to more creator-driven shows and less toward putting preexisting characters in new situations. Hey, I prefer creator-driven over executive driven myself...but not from here. I mean, this is a case where those things turned out GOOD (and I grew up with them, so you can throw nostalgia in there tainting my viewpoint). They laugh about all those "duck shows," how DARE they...

 
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Originally posted by GregX:
No mention of "Gargoyles" in there either. That was definetly a creator-driven show.

 
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Originally posted by magicjac:
How dare they insult their best animation work. "What began with mice and ducks has evolved to compromise plucky high school girls"... Oh Please. How many damn tween shows do we need about your average american boy/school trying to survive through high school? Atleast with ducks and mice we get fantasy, imagination and creatvity. And The Disney Afternoon was a huge success, and ABC Kids could NEVER take the place of it. LOL 1 Saturday Morning was great but nowhere near as great as the Disney Afternoon.

 
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Originally posted by Fone Bone:
Silly Disney. The early Disney Afternoon shows (and Gargoyles) were great. If Disney is so afraid of making inferior adaptations of pre-existing characters maybe they should stop making DTV cheapquels.

Finally, I added my own 2 cents:

 
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Originally posted by Myself:
Man, does this make me mad. Disney is more interesting in cookie-cutter teenboppers than characters like Mickey, Donald, Goofy and Scrooge who made Disney the cultural empire it is today and are beloved by all except some a**holes that aren't worth mentioning IMHO .It's sad that even Jerry Beck and Leonard Maltin, the 2 people whose opinions I respect most, don't care much for Disney's TV cartoons (Mr. Beck said that the Teacher's Pet Movie was much better than any previous movie based on a Disney TV show. I liked it too, but I thinks the DuckTales Movie had a bit more heart. Mr. Maltin gave both "DuckTales: The Movie: Treasure of the Lost Lamp" and "A Goofy Movie" 2 stars .) Still, I'll always love Disney infintely more than those bastard Wal*Mart sell-outs at Dreamworks. Pardon my French, I just think Dreamworks is an evil (as appossed to just being greedy like Microsoft, Disney, Warner, Viacom, and to a lesser extent, Nintendo and Sony) that wants to rule the animation industry with an iron fist. The Disney company was created out of Walt and Roy Sr. and Ub's desires to entertain and touch the hearts of people. Dreamworks was created out of Jeff, Steven (who used to be good and maybe there's still hope for him now that he's going to direct Jurassic Park IV and co-produce an upcoming live-action Transformers movie, but he seems to have gone over to the dark side now that he's more interested in ruining his own films and making war films instead of executive producing very entertaining movies and TV series like Gremlins, Back to the Future, Roger Rabbit, Tiny Toons, Animaniacs and Pinky and the Brain, Brain, Brain, Brain, Brain) and some other guy's desires to spite Disney. Disney may be greedy and people have had fatal accidents at their parks, but they've never stooped as low as to advertise for Wal*Mart, a company who is extremly cruel to their own employees (ex.: an employee asked his supervisor something, and the supervisor, in front of his bosses strangeld the poor guy and told him to "shut the fuck up!".). Dreamworks wants people to think Disney is like the Empire, ruling the animation industry (at least in the USA) instead of the universe, and they (Dreamworks) are like the Rebel Alliance, when in reality, it's very opposite. Sorry for going waaay off-topic, this is just something I need to get off my chest extremly badly.
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« Reply #68 on: 12-27-2004 02:09 »

 
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Originally posted by John Pannozzi:
 
Maybe when and if the Gargoyles DVD(s) make enough money.


I can't believe Disney had Gargoyles be their first DVD release.  I have nothing against the show, I would've gone with Ducktales or Darkwing Duck first.
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« Reply #69 on: 12-30-2004 15:57 »

I love Brandy and Mr. Whiskers! I also like Lilo and Stitch: The series, Kim Possible, and the Proud Family!
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« Reply #70 on: 12-31-2004 01:51 »

 
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Originally posted by Fry'sGirl:
I love Brandy and Mr. Whiskers! I also like Lilo and Stitch: The series, Kim Possible, and the Proud Family!

Aside from Proud Family, you and I have a few things in common.


Fry'sGirl and Fryfan Futurama/KP fans.  That is rare, most Futurama fans aren't KP fans and vice versa.

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« Reply #71 on: 04-02-2005 21:57 »

I wonder if anyone here (esp. Teral) are fans of the Donald Duck and Uncle Scrooge comics by Carl Barks? Barks's comics heavily influenced DuckTales, as Duckburg, Scrooge, Gyro Gearloose and his little helper, Flintheart Glomgold, Gladstone Gander, and Magica DeSpell all orginated in his works.

In other Disney TV Animaion-related news, I recently got the October 1990 issue of Comics Scene (one of the first pieces of publicity/promotion that Tiny Toon Adventures got) off eBay, and in the Comics Reporter section at the end they say a Chip 'n' Dale film was due in 1991. I guess it didn't make it because the DuckTales movie got bashed by critics and animation fans for not being up to the standards of classic Disney films  frown .
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« Reply #72 on: 04-02-2005 22:07 »

I didn't really hate the DuckTales movie. It wasn't a first rate movie of that time, being that it was in the late 80s/early 90s, with the trio of classics there(Beauty, Mermaid, Aladin).
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« Reply #73 on: 04-03-2005 05:32 »

The Ducktales movie was much better than anything Disney put out after 1994 (aside from the Pixar films, which, as I've said many times, aren't Disney films).

In my opinion.
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« Reply #74 on: 04-03-2005 06:02 »

The Ducktales Movie rules! I disagree however that it's better than anything Disney have put out since 1994. I think Treasure Planet is better, but after that then the Ducktales Movie is better than anything else they've put out since 1994...
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« Reply #75 on: 06-14-2005 18:37 »

Tho i remember little, i thought Bonkers was a fun cartoon.
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« Reply #76 on: 07-02-2005 00:04 »

I just saw the Lilo & Stitch/American Dragon Jake Long crossover.  While I don't like both as much as I like Kim Possible, I do find an interest in both shows.  This crossover was okay for a crossover. I can't wait for the Lilo & Stitch/Kim Possible crossover.
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« Reply #77 on: 08-07-2005 19:37 »

Lilo & Stitch are over doing it with the crossovers.

Behold the following:

Morpholomew- American Dragon crossover
Rufus- Kim Possible crossover (Only One I'm interested in watching.)
Spats- Proud Family crossover
Lax- Recess crossover (I'm also interested in watching.)
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« Reply #78 on: 08-07-2005 20:04 »

Okay...what is it with the crossovers? I haven't watched Disney Channel since they started showing bad made-for-TV movies.
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« Reply #79 on: 08-07-2005 20:47 »

I think it is too much.  Does this mean that Lilo & Stitch is so desperate to gain an audience?  I think it's a good show, but having four crossovers?
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