1970s cartoons

Collection by Elizabeth Anne

Elizabeth Anne
Scooby Doo

Scooby Doo, Skepticism & Secular Humanism

I was always a big fan of Scooby Doo as a child. I hadn't watched it in years until I had children of my own. Watching the show again as a skeptic and a Secular Humanist, it wasn't lost on me that, at the end of every episode, we are reminded that there are no such things as ghosts. Aside from being good fun for the kids, Scooby Doo teaches us that we shouldn't believe everything, that sometimes you need to roll up your sleeves to get to the bottom of things, and that even the most bizarre…

Magilla Gorilla...How much is that gorilla in the window...

How to Write a Comic Book, According to a Veteran Comics Editor

Want to be the next Grant Morrison or Brian K Vaughn? Learn how to write a comic book from top editor Rachel Gluckstern, formerly of The Batman Group.

saturday morning cartoons; when saturdays were worth waking up early haha. They don't make Cartoons today like when we were growing up. They aren't the same.

the september saturday morning cartoon carnival

remember back in the day when this time came around? the fall weather starts to creep in,labor day the last holiday of the summer just passed,and it's time to go back to school. with all those things on my plate the only thing i looked forward to was the new Saturday morning cartoon lineup. man it was like opening presents on Xmas morning! i used to be flicking channels back and forth like a madman! making decisions about which shows i was gonna watch if they came on at the same time (keep…

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The Banana Splits.  My favorite segment was Danger Island.

Silly Picture to Fill Space- "Banana Splits"

Wow! I'm now convinced this entry is cursed! This will be my fourth try at getting it up. This image is in reference to the Sid and Marty Krofft tv series "The Banana Splits," which originally ran for 31 episodes from 1968-1970 and I believe (not verified) that reruns of the show air circa 3 a.m. eastern time on Boomerang. The characters in the variety show were Fleegle (a dog), Bingo ( a gorilla), Drooper (a lion) and Snorky (an elephant). There was a serial cliffhanger within the show…

Captain Caveman

Captain Caveman and the Teen Angels

Captain Caveman and the Teen Angels was introduced as part of Scooby's All-Star Laff-A-Lympics on ABC in 1977. When not competing on Scooby-Doo's team, …

Quick Draw McGraw

Quick Draw McGraw Cartoon Photos

The Quick Draw McGraw Show is the third cartoon television production created by Hanna-Barbera starring an anthropomorphic cartoon horse nam...

Josie and the Pussycats

DVD Talk

The Series: Growing up in the late 60's-early 70's, there was really only one time to watch cartoons, and that was Saturday mornings. Waking up before my parents, I'd zip down to the living room

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Charlie Jensen's Animation Art Collection - Cels

A website by Charlie Jensen. Including galleries of manuscript, poetry broadside and animation art collections

Charlotte's Web

… And He Has Encouraged Me To Go On

I don’t remember the first time I saw “Charlotte’s Web”. It was as much a part of my childhood as “Wizard of Oz” or “Rudolph the Red Nosed Reindeer”…

Schoolhouse Rock - the reason  Generation X can sing the preamble of the Constitution.

Schoolhouse Rock - the reason Generation X can sing the preamble of the Constitution.