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I grew up on Saturday Morning Cartoons in the 1970s. I do not know when they stopped, but all three of the main stations just showed cartoons when I was a child. I remember always looking forward to Saturday morning so I could consume my sugar coated yummy breakfast cereal and camp out in front of the television all morning until about noon -- just to watch cartoons.

I've tried to collect a sample of them for this diary, but there are too many to fit in any one diary, so if I did not list your favorite, please let us know.

Are you like me, do you still, after all these years, miss Saturday Morning Cartoons?

I've included the following in this diary:

Josie & The Pussycats
The Jackson 5ive
Fat Albert & The Cosby Kids
Yogi’s Gang
Hong Kong Phooey
Great Grape Ape
The Scooby-Doo/Dynomutt Hour
CB Bears
Captain Caveman and the Teen Angels
The Godzilla Power Hour
Bugs Bunny Road Runner Show

Originally posted to Thats Entertainment on Fri Jul 08, 2011 at 06:16 PM PDT.

Also republished by Pink Clubhouse, Global Expats, Hydrant, Electronic America: Progressives Film, music & Arts Group, and DKOMA.


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