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Reviews written by Unknown Tag: 'Username' (3 reviews)

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Nobody's Ghoul Unknown Tag: 'pic_title'
1962 6205
TerryToon Cartoons, CBS Films
 featuring Deputy Dawg, Vincent Van Gopher, Ty Coon, Pig Newton, Muskie the Muskrat

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Nobody's Ghoul 6 out of 5 stars

Reviewed by: NSAX2C, January 09, 2002

Yes, Yes! I remember this one so well to this day, that I still say the familiar phrase of that ghost that stars in this Deputy Dawg Cartoon! It is quite good, and the ghost always says in the "Hip Talk" of that 1960's era...Boo! You hear? Boo, You Hear? Towards the end of the cartoon, his I presume his nieces and nephews (or his ghostly children) all say that same line! :^) It makes for great viewing!
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A Date With Jet Screamer Unknown Tag: 'pic_title'
1962 V-02
Hanna-Barbera Studios
 featuring George Jetson, Jane Jetson, Elroy Jetson, Judy Jetson, Jet Screamer, Cop, Jane's Mother, Teenagers, Bobby, Jack Star; more Characters More Cartoon Characters...

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A Date with a Jet Screamer 6 out of 5 stars

Reviewed by: nsax2c, January 09, 2002

This is a "classic" Jetson's episode! Around the time this gem of a cartoon was made, there were many singers, all male groups, girl groups, etc. Baby, Baby, Baby,ah,ah,ah! I think it was loosely based on Elvis Presley, without imitating his voice! But if you look at the women who are backing Jet Screamer up in this cartoon when he goes into his Eep,Opp,Orkk,Ah,Ah song, you'll notice that the outfits that they are wearing reminds me of the way that Motown Artists like the Supremes, Martha And The Vandellas, and so many other girl groups used to dress similar to that style! The classic "beehive" hairdress style, but in a Hanna-Barbera way! Whenever they show this particular Jetsons cartoon...my teenagers come into my bedroom, or wherever I am, and get me to come watch it! It is a one-of-a kind episode, and I just love it! :^)
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Outer Space Visitor Unknown Tag: 'pic_title'
1959 5911
TerryToon Cartoons
 featuring Mighty Mouse, Baby Robot Alien, Father Robot Alien, Scientist, Farmer Mice

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Outer Space Visitor 6 out of 5 stars

Reviewed by: NSAX2C, January 07, 2002

In late 1959, Mighty Mouse re-appeared on CBS in a kind of updated version of himself (he put on a little weight...just a little)in this cartoon! It was the first time with The Outer Space Visitor that you were able to see the opening credits of any Mighty Mouse cartoon! I was born in November 1959, the very same month that this cartoon was released, and I remember seeing it probably during 1965-1967. The Outer Space Visitor was about a young robot (hope I remember this correctly) who was found by a group of mice, and they took him to see a professor, who had a machine to make sense of what the young visitor was saying; since it spoke in jibberish language. As the professor turned the machine on, the words of what the "baby robot" became clear..."Just wait till my father gets here", it replied! The mice all said..."HIS FATHER?" His so-called father was a "BIGGER THAN LIFE SIZE" of the baby robot, which breathed fire, and destroyed houses, trees, you name it. As the mice all began to run in panic, the professor said, "Send for Mighty Mouse!" As one of the young mice dived into a telegraph office door window and began to wire our hero. Dit-Dit-Dit-Dash-Dash went the sound of the telgraph machine! I just love the music in this part of the cartoon as the sound of a trumpet leads the narrator to say..."The call reaches..."Mighty Mouse!" Mighty Mouse is dosing for a brief second when he suddenly wakes up and replies..."That spells real trouble!" And he zooms throught the night sky at the speed of light! Now, The Outer Space Visitor, and the other two Mighty Mouse Cartoons that were done in 1961 were the last of the CBS Films Cartoons done with Mighty Mouse as a theatrical subject, as he went into retirement until 1980, when CBS had Filmation do a number of episodes. When Outer Space Visitor, The Mysterious Package, and Cat Alarm were done, critics called the animation of these cartoons weak and poor! Also, the music was different too...but I just loved them! :^) And yes, as I mentioned earlier, I do have an attachment to this group of Mighty Mouse cartoons because they were done during my first 5 years of life! And I still remember sitting in front of the television watching not only those cartoon titles, but the older ones as well. I remember too that one of my cousins had a Mighty Mouse In Outer Space Poster in her bedroom, and I wanted one just like it! :^) My one wish right now is that whoever owns the rights to the characters now would please consider putting them on DVD or Video. My next review will be on The Mysterious Package and Cat Alarm. I may have missed some key features of Outer Space Visitor, but I'm now in my forties, and well...I'm getting up in age now too! This year marks the 60th Birthday of our hero, and wouldn't it be nice for one of the channels (perhaps CBS) to mark it by showing a Saturday Morning of his cartoons? :^) I doubt very seriously that Cartoon Network would even try putting it on TV. How about TV Land on Saturday Mornings?
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