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Do You Remember? #146: World Premiere Toons

November once again and that means it’s time for our fourth annual look at the blocks from our nostalgic childhoods. And we begin this year’s blocks by looking at Cartoon Network’s World Premiere Toons, a.k.a. What A Cartoon!, a.k.a. Cartoon

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Do You Remember? #145: The Scooby-Doo Project

Say, you know what was popular around this time about 19 years ago? The Blair Witch Project, hard to believe that’s now almost 20 years old. But it was a massive success for the time and of course, Cartoon Network

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Do You Remember? #144: The Spooktacular New Adventures Of Casper

The Spooktacular New Adventures of Casper is an animated television spin-off of the feature film Casper, which, in turn, was based on the Harvey Comics cartoon character of Casper the Friendly Ghost. This series was proposed be a live-action sequel,

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Do You Remember? #143: Toonsylvania

In the 1990s, Steven Spielberg helped with the second golden age of animation in a big way being the executive producer behind such hits as Tiny Toon Adventures, Animaniacs, Pinky & The Brain, Freakazoid!, and Histeria!. As you can see

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Do You Remember? #142: Game Over

You thought Father Of The Pride was the first computer animated primetime animated series in 2004? Well, you’d actually be wrong because six months before Father Of The Pride debuted on NBC, UPN tried to jump in and get the

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Do You Remember? #141: Fish Police

You thought Capitol Critters was a lazy attempt to try to cash in on the success on The Simpsons in the early 1990s? Well…it was. And also so was Fish Police: Debuting in the same year as Capitol Critters, Fish

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Do You Remember? #140: Capitol Critters

When The Simpsons became the big success it was in the early 90s, other networks tried their hand to crack into primetime animation. Unfortunately, the end results of most of these were networks just taking shows that would’ve worked better

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