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Reviews written by Unknown Tag: 'Username' (8 reviews)

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Kick Me Unknown Tag: 'pic_title'
1975
Robert Swarthe Productions

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Kick Me Cartoon Short 10 out of 5 stars

Reviewed by: johnnyboy38, April 04, 2006

I Remember seeing this cartoon short on Tv a a bunch of times, and I must say that it's brilliantly done by Mr. Robert Swarthe. This is one of those cartoon shorts that should've been on DVD, with it's sequel The Unicycle Race. Althought Mr. Swarthe is an excellent master in special visual effects for films, he said that he no longer wants to be reminded of his early animation career. I guess it's because his cartoon had only received one
nomination at the 1976 academy awards.
What a shame, for I could see that Mr. Swarthe could've continued to make more cartoon shorts featuring that little red leg
and feet character. Maybe it couldve been part of a videogame or something.
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Assault And Battery Unknown Tag: 'pic_title'
1995 74304
Studio USA Television
 featuring Earthworm Jim, Professor Monkey-For-A-Head, Peter Puppy, Bob, The Killer Goldfish, Evil the Cat, Snott, Henchrat; more Characters More Cartoon Characters...

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Earthworm Jim 10 out of 5 stars

Reviewed by: johnnyboy38, March 03, 2006

From the game, he emerges into his own Saturday morning cartoon? "Groooovy!"
A worm in a cyber suit with all sorts of powerups in an attempt to fight crime.
Now as animated as he is, he does show a sign of hope, but when is buddy Petey Puppy gets angry or frightened, he changes into this monster dog and gets into a dog fight with everyone around him. Nice last resort. I did manage to find the Vhs of the show with two episodes and not only do they give you a behind the scene peek on how the show is made, you can win $10,000,000,000,000 by answering a trivia question about one of the episodes. They ask about Petey's Gabby Scabby doll that he got during his road trip with the Jimster. But don't expect to get the money anytime soon.
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Denver, The Last Dinosaur Unknown Tag: 'pic_title'
1988
Calico Creations
 featuring Denver, Mario, Shades, Jeremy, Wally, Casey, Heather, Morton Fizzback, Professor Funt, Professor Chin; more Characters More Cartoon Characters...

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Denver The Dino 10 out of 5 stars

Reviewed by: johnnyboy38, May 10, 2005

I remember this hip, cool dinomite friend. The teenage kids tried to keep him a secret from the community, but somehow Denver would escape and break free, and somebody would see him. I beleive that Denver had a magical dino egg shell that enabled his friends to view Denver's time a few hundred million years ago. It was to show how Denver might have solved similar problems in his time.
It's funny on what the kids do to try and find Denver and bring him back safely, such as when Denver got loose in Big Deal Studios upon him falling in love with a girl dino robot.. Somehow Denver got mixed up in the live Dino Show. But Smidgen, a spy working for Mr. Steinberg head of the studio thought that Denver was real and tried to chase him down. But upon Denver getting caught by Mr. Steinberg, the kids managed to tell him that Denver was real and asked him to keep it a secret, so Mr. Steinberg understood the kids concern about Denver, so he told the public t that Denver was real, a real technological wonder robot. This was prehisterical dinotoon.
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