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Perils of Penelope Pitstop 1969 - 1970

I remember sitting down in front of the tv in the basement eating eggos and watching this show

I remember sitting down in front of the tv in the basement eating eggos and watching this show (chocolate bars cartoon)

Top cat

Top Cat Cartoon - a Hanna-Barbera prime time animated television series which ran from November 1961 to April 1962 for a run of 30 episodes on the ABC network.

I loved Paddington Bear when I was a kid.

John Wright Dolls, Inc.

The Raggy Dolls, what an awesome show! #TSVDAYCOMP

The Raggy Dolls, raggy dolls; dolls like you and me!

This series is my first memory of a favorite show.  Mom still talks about it to this day.

The Banana Splits - Saturday morning kids' TV at its finest

McToot blows on his bagpipes, whilst Elspeth and Angus watch the notes go floating above the waves!

McToot blows on his bagpipes, whilst Elspeth and Angus watch the notes go floating above the waves! -Watch Free Latest Movies Online on

Captain Caveman. Loved this show!!  And this is what I call Blainer. Since his hair is so long!  Haha

I loved this show as a kid I had a crush on the brunette.

Bertha was a very special machine because she could make anything you wanted provided she was programmed correctly

Bertha, lovely Bertha, you are a lovely machine.

batfink 80s cartoon

batfink 80s cartoon

Willo the Wisp, narrated by the late great Kenneth Williams

Willo The Wisp (and not forgetting Evil Edna) narrated and voiced by Kenneth Williams.

Fragglefive

Fraggle Rock

"Down at Fraggle Rock.down at Fraggle Rock.down at Fraggle Rock!

Trap Door..there's something down there

One of my fave childhood tv shows! The Trap Door

There's a cheeky print of Roobarb from Roobarb and Custard on my office wall. I can see it from the corner of my eye and it makes me :-)

Rhubarb and Custard cartoon from the

FraggleRock-DoozerBalancingRed

Fraggle Rock

Red Fraggle and a Doozer

VHS

Ahmed Youness — a tribute to VHS, and how we perceived film posters in the

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