I'm partial to the Disney Afternoon days...come home at 3:00, start with Gummi Bears and work my way through each "new" Disney show. Here's my list:
Adventures of the Gummi Bears (Fond memories of Saturday morning and coming home from school with them on)
Disney's Aladdin (One of the last great shows to come from Disney's TV animation)
Chip n' Dale Rescue Rangers (I still crack up upon hearing the word "brie" thanks to Monterey Jack...Brie '86, lol)
Darkwing Duck (Hated it at first, but it really grew on me. "But Stinky, there really are cannibals...", classic!)
Ducktales (Hands down my favorite Disney TV animated show)
Goof Troop (I used to have laughing fits over the Goof's behavior. And then add in straightman Pete and I couldn't breathe most of the time from laughing)
Talespin (Don Karnage is one of my favorite characters, "Dees ist Don Karn-nage speaking to joo in my voice")
So I guess Disney has dismissed its glorious history and hasn't released any of these shows on DVD or play any of them on their channels. It's sad because these shows are not only a big part of my life from 1986 to 1995, they shaped me into the person I am today because they really are highly influential to little kids. I guess you guys can see these shows' influence in my quotes that I left for some of the shows. Even after 15 years I still remember every episode of each of those shows listed!
Last edited by Athlonacon; 06-19-2005 at 08:26 PM.
The Disney Afternoon shows were all better than the newer cartoons they show now, but I am surprized by the lack of love shown to Dave the Barbarian. I think it is the most consistently funny of the new Disney animated shows. Even the theme song is hilarious.
Vikings are like pirates... why don't we have a movie starring Johnny Depp!?