View Poll Results: Which Disney Afternoon Cartoon Was Your Favorite?

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  • Gummy Bears

    4 5.33%
  • Ducktales

    20 26.67%
  • Chip 'n' Dale's Rescue Rangers

    8 10.67%
  • Tale Spin

    7 9.33%
  • Darkwing Duck

    7 9.33%
  • Bonkers

    3 4.00%
  • Goof Troop

    5 6.67%
  • Gargoyles

    9 12.00%
  • Not Listed Above (please state in a reply)

    1 1.33%
  • I cant pick they were all great!

    11 14.67%
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    Re: What Was Your Favorite Disney Afternoon Cartoon (Poll)

    Even though I did not watch Darkwing all that much, I still think Scrooge, Darkwing, and Gizmo are the coolest Disney Ducks from the Disney Afternoon series .

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    Re: What Was Your Favorite Disney Afternoon Cartoon (Poll)

    Quote Originally Posted by Disney Wrassler View Post
    Even though I did not watch Darkwing all that much, I still think Scrooge, Darkwing, and Gizmo are the coolest Disney Ducks from the Disney Afternoon series .
    I've always been a Negaduck fan. I just love that he doesn't really have an origin or explanation, he's just so very, very evil that all the other villians are petrified of him. A flat-out badass.

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    Re: What Was Your Favorite Disney Afternoon Cartoon (Poll)

    Good point Aerin. I can't believe I forgot to mention LaunchPad, the best crash pilot around, and Doofus! I think they were pretty funny .

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    Re: What Was Your Favorite Disney Afternoon Cartoon (Poll)

    Quote Originally Posted by Disney Wrassler View Post
    Even though I did not watch Darkwing all that much, I still think Scrooge, Darkwing, and Gizmo are the coolest Disney Ducks from the Disney Afternoon series .
    & Magica.

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    Re: What Was Your Favorite Disney Afternoon Cartoon (Poll)

    Wrassler, how could you forget Duckburg's resident genius Gyro Gearloose? Without him half of Scrooge's (mis)adventures dont hapen and Fenton doesnt meet the suit. I also want to know why he is the only chicken in Duckburg...

    I guess he was just an odd duck
    (duck at my own horrible pun)

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    Re: What Was Your Favorite Disney Afternoon Cartoon (Poll)

    Oh, I was a Negaduck fan also when it came to Darkwing. Negaduck made me love the Darkwing Duck show really. When Negaduck came on; I was like 'YES"!

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    Re: What Was Your Favorite Disney Afternoon Cartoon (Poll)

    True about Gyro . Heck, his ancestor, Wratchet Gearloose even helped a young Scrooge McDuck when he came to America, and docked in Louisville Kentucky for the very first time. Wratchet was a failing inventor trying to sell a liquid that got rid of the dirt in water when he met Scrooge in Kentucky .

    So Scrooge knew the Gearloose family for quite some time.

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    Re: What Was Your Favorite Disney Afternoon Cartoon (Poll)

    Last edited by Hayley B; 03-25-2007 at 06:01 PM.

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    Re: What Was Your Favorite Disney Afternoon Cartoon (Poll)

    Monterey Jack is my fav. Hayley. He is so hilarious.

    Here are some of his quotes:

    "WALTZING MATILDA!! THAT SMARTS!!"

    "whew...nearly had a Monterey FlapJack"

    "He's bonkers in the conkers, you know."

    "Gadget's gone too far this time, Chip. She's got these blinkin' propellers facing the wrong way."

    "Give us a break love. Gandhi would want to take a swing at this kid. "

    He has said so much more funnier things, I just wish I could have the time to post them all .

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    Re: What Was Your Favorite Disney Afternoon Cartoon (Poll)

    Mine too DW. Monterey Jack would remind of a Uncle of mine; actually.

    Sorry, I erased that post. I kept thinking that is a question that I can make a poll thread about.

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    Re: What Was Your Favorite Disney Afternoon Cartoon (Poll)

    Gee, none of my favorites are on the list:

    Aladdin
    Hercules
    Marsupilami (think this was just Saturday morning)
    Raw Toonage (think this was just Saturday morning)

    TaleSpin is ok, too bad they brought in the female characters
    for the series ~ heck, THAT's what brought an end to the
    original movie! (plus Sally Struther's voice is naseuating!)
    Last edited by Aladdin; 03-25-2007 at 06:40 PM.

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    Re: What Was Your Favorite Disney Afternoon Cartoon (Poll)

    Ah, Hercules was a fun series, especially if you were familiar with Greek mythology. "Orpheus: The Never Look Back Tour" had me on the freaking floor laughing, and the voice casting was spot-on.

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    Re: What Was Your Favorite Disney Afternoon Cartoon (Poll)

    Quote Originally Posted by Disney Wrassler View Post
    So now, in my opinion, Scrooge McDuck is the most well rounded character I can think of, even more well rounded than Mickey, and thankfully his career was revived with DuckTales. DuckTales brought him back out of the group of characters who were being forgotten and left behind, and it exposed him to a newer generation of Disney fans.

    It's sad to see Disney letting Scrooge slip in popularity again. He is one of the best, well developed and detailed characters Disney has ever created!
    I give the thanks for Scrooge to Carl Bark's ~ he's really the
    one who created that duck.

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    Re: What Was Your Favorite Disney Afternoon Cartoon (Poll)

    Quote Originally Posted by merlinjones View Post
    >.Seriously? Because for me the combination of these and the "silver age" movies that came out during my childhood made me the Disney fan I am today, in my opinion the ones I listed before were the best short cartoons put out by the studio (I know, shame on me but as a kid the golden age cartoons never kept me captivated.) We can all agree on how stupid the direct to video sequels are but dont blame something that the studio started as the DA was winding down (I believe that Return of Jafar was actually supposed to be orginally concieved as 5 part mini series intro to the Aladdin cartoon) with what it was orginally ment to do.<<

    I respect that you have an affection for your childhood TV favorites (and certainly for the wonderful "silver age" animated features), but what you couldn't know as a child is that Eisner's interest (with his background in network television) was in shutting down Feature Animation and shipping it all overseas from day one. Had it not been for Roy E Disney, there would have been no Mermaid etc.

    Disney Television Animation (now split into WDTVA and DisneyToonStudios) from the beginning was conceived as a low-cost alternative to WDFA - and it was an entirely separate group. They might have made Snow White sequels from day one had they not been forbidden to do so - - at first. The sequels grew directly out of the Disney Afternoon and were part of a management argument that "people can't tell the difference." It was a long-unfolding tragedy - - at Feature Animation, we all knew it from the time Disney animation ceased to be an exclusive, premium entity.

    So enjoy those shows, they ultimately cost a lot. More than you could know.

    But what would the cost have been if there was NO Disney Afternoon
    at all?????? Sure, I wasn't a fan of all the cheaper created 1/2 hour
    toon shows, but some of the shows were ok. And considering, at the
    same time, Warner Brothers had there own Toon Afternoon, with some
    of the more notables being "Tiny Toons" and "Animaniacs". Those are
    Definitely some of the best Toon shows produced, ever!

    It was so good to see this afternoon competition between the
    Rabbit and the Mouse.

    Now, granted, we do have some Disney swill on TV now, that really
    is bottom of the barrel ~ Emperor's New School (it's so sad to see
    these great characters placed in such a crappy premise! NO EXCUSE
    for that kind of crap) and Mickey Mouse Clubhouse (the 3D version of
    Blues Clues ~ ugggghhhh talk about talking down to you audience
    BLECCCCCHHHHHHHHHHHHH!!!!!!)

    Oh, just to add, I really did like House of Mouse. OK, it wasn't
    the absolute best Disney had ever offered ~ but it was fun to
    enjoy all of the characters together.

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    Re: What Was Your Favorite Disney Afternoon Cartoon (Poll)

    Disney Afternoon cartoons started off much better than it became. Little Mermaid series, Aladdin series, etc etc. It just became "cheap rip-off" cartoon shows to bank on the feature's popularity.


    And Darkwing Duck's villains were all very fun. Megavolt was funny (voiced by homer simpson!)

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