Old School Toons

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Postby Pacino86845 on Fri Aug 10, 2007 12:24 pm

unikrunk wrote:
Pacino86845 wrote:Oh wow, I do remember that show based on those images, but I have no idea what it was about.


The show was produced in Quebec, and was called Les Voyages du tortillard

It played on TVO in the 70's as The Secret Railroad, and was essentially The Yellow Submarine of children’s television - the first time I took lysergic acid diethylamide I felt like I had been there before...thanks to huge portions of this toon served to me daily from the age of 3 to about 9.


So growing up in Quebec is what fucked my mind, eh? I KNEW IT, TABARNAC!!!!!
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Postby unikrunk on Fri Aug 10, 2007 1:34 pm

Pacino86845 wrote:
unikrunk wrote:
Pacino86845 wrote:Oh wow, I do remember that show based on those images, but I have no idea what it was about.


The show was produced in Quebec, and was called Les Voyages du tortillard

It played on TVO in the 70's as The Secret Railroad, and was essentially The Yellow Submarine of children’s television - the first time I took lysergic acid diethylamide I felt like I had been there before...thanks to huge portions of this toon served to me daily from the age of 3 to about 9.


So growing up in Quebec is what fucked my mind, eh? I KNEW IT, TABARNAC!!!!!


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Postby Maui on Fri Aug 10, 2007 2:02 pm

Pacino86845 wrote:
unikrunk wrote:
Pacino86845 wrote:Oh wow, I do remember that show based on those images, but I have no idea what it was about.


The show was produced in Quebec, and was called Les Voyages du tortillard

It played on TVO in the 70's as The Secret Railroad, and was essentially The Yellow Submarine of children’s television - the first time I took lysergic acid diethylamide I felt like I had been there before...thanks to huge portions of this toon served to me daily from the age of 3 to about 9.


So growing up in Quebec is what fucked my mind, eh? I KNEW IT, TABARNAC!!!!!



It was the subliminal messages in the Quebec cartoons! That's how they did it! 8)

Ces enfants pauvres :P
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Postby Peven on Fri Aug 10, 2007 2:18 pm

all in an attempt to scramble the brain's ability to speak and understand English.
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Postby Ribbons on Sun Aug 12, 2007 5:44 am

unikrunk wrote:
Pacino86845 wrote:
unikrunk wrote:
Pacino86845 wrote:Oh wow, I do remember that show based on those images, but I have no idea what it was about.


The show was produced in Quebec, and was called Les Voyages du tortillard

It played on TVO in the 70's as The Secret Railroad, and was essentially The Yellow Submarine of children’s television - the first time I took lysergic acid diethylamide I felt like I had been there before...thanks to huge portions of this toon served to me daily from the age of 3 to about 9.


So growing up in Quebec is what fucked my mind, eh? I KNEW IT, TABARNAC!!!!!


Oui; zut alors!


Ou est la bibliotheque!

Also, I guess this qualifies as an old skool toon... (beware: it's a little on the bad side)
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Re: Old School Toons

Postby SilentBobX on Sun Aug 12, 2007 5:56 am

Wiccan Woman wrote:[quote="SilentBobX

As Juan Epstein used to say: "The possibilities are mind boggling"

Mahalo


Juan Epstein as in Welcome Back Kotter?? <<insert Horshack bray here>>[/quote]

Heh, glad to see someone remembers the quality television of the 1970s. Heh.

BTW, has anyone else besides me lost countless hours of time on youtube looking these toons up? I know I have.

Getting back to the Inhumanoids for a moment. Does anyone remember how violent it used to be? I seem to remember one episode that featured a nest of baby monsters and one was ripping the limbs off of the others in order to feed itself. I know that left an impression on me.

Also, pop quiz: Which old school toon would make for the best movie right now? My vote.........Starblazers. Great idea, would definitely sell. Big spaceship, insurmountable odds, many enemies, great action.

Finally, what's with all the Hello Kitty avatars right now? Did you all commit some horrible offenses while serving in the Thai police force?

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Re: Old School Toons

Postby Pacino86845 on Sun Aug 12, 2007 7:07 am

SilentBobX wrote:Finally, what's with all the Hello Kitty avatars right now? Did you all commit some horrible offenses while serving in the Thai police force?

Mahalo


Hmm, somewhere between the following two threads things might make a little more sense:

http://zone.aintitcool.com/viewtopic.php?t=69355

http://zone.aintitcool.com/viewtopic.php?t=69360
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Postby unikrunk on Sun Aug 12, 2007 7:36 am

Ribbons wrote:
unikrunk wrote:
Pacino86845 wrote:
unikrunk wrote:
Pacino86845 wrote:Oh wow, I do remember that show based on those images, but I have no idea what it was about.


The show was produced in Quebec, and was called Les Voyages du tortillard

It played on TVO in the 70's as The Secret Railroad, and was essentially The Yellow Submarine of children’s television - the first time I took lysergic acid diethylamide I felt like I had been there before...thanks to huge portions of this toon served to me daily from the age of 3 to about 9.


So growing up in Quebec is what fucked my mind, eh? I KNEW IT, TABARNAC!!!!!


Oui; zut alors!


Ou est la bibliotheque!

Also, I guess this qualifies as an old skool toon... (beware: it's a little on the bad side)


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Re: Max Fleischer's Superman

Postby TheButcher on Sun Aug 15, 2010 11:15 pm

From io9:
Max Fleischer's Superman (1941-1942)
In the early 1940s, Max Fleischer's Superman cartoons gave the Man of Steel an Art Deco flair and plenty of robots to defeat. Here's a brief history and some episodes of the cartoon.
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Re: Old School Toons

Postby The Vicar on Mon Aug 16, 2010 12:13 am

Knock off cette merde, wankers. C'est n'est pas de Montréal. :shock: :wink:
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Re: Old School Toons

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