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Re: Childhood TV shows

Postby Blademan91 » Mon Jan 14, 2013 2:32 am

If we're following that then it would be everything saber's listed as well as all of Super Sentai from Goranger to Gekiranger. (So much time lost to Youtube.)
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Re: Childhood TV shows

Postby Unicron fan » Sun Feb 24, 2013 1:48 pm

I think you posted those at the wrong spot, blurrprime.

This thread is about what tv shows you saw in your childhood, not your recent acquisitions. :smile:

While we are at tv shows, here are a few of mine:

Digimon
She-Ra
Thundercats (the original series)
Flintstones
Jetsons
Tom & Jerry
Looney Tunes
Darkwing Duck
Ducktales
Swat Kats
Chip & Dale: Rescue Rangers
Sonic the Hedgehog
Eerie Indiana
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Re: Childhood TV shows

Postby ironrod prime » Sun Feb 24, 2013 5:37 pm

Anybody remember dinozaurs
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Re: Childhood TV shows

Postby Sabrblade » Mon Feb 25, 2013 3:20 am

ironrod prime wrote:Anybody remember dinozaurs
Yup.



Always wanted to see the end of it, but never did since Fox Kids quit airing the show about halfway through (it finished in other countries, though).

Having gone to YouTube to find this clip, I just found out that someone finally uploaded the whole series. Guess I got something new to watch (and stomach considering it's a 90's Saban dub that's par with RiD).

Another guy also uploaded all five parts of the original OVA as well. But, it's the Japanese version instead and sadly doesn't have any subtitles either. Then again, the English version of the OVAs weren't dubbed by Saban and didn't have the same voices as the show.
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Re: Childhood TV shows

Postby Wing Saber » Mon Feb 25, 2013 7:04 pm

That looks like Beast Wars but seems like RID
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Re: Childhood TV shows

Postby skywarp408 » Mon Feb 25, 2013 7:08 pm

Thought about buying some Dinozaurs long ago when they were released. Pretty cool lookin
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Re: Childhood TV shows

Postby Sabrblade » Mon Feb 25, 2013 7:20 pm

Wing Saber wrote:That looks like Beast Wars but seems like RID
It was made by Bandai as a rival to Beast Wars in Japan, but wound up airing on the same network in America.

skywarp408 wrote:Thought about buying some Dinozaurs long ago when they were released. Pretty cool lookin
I still have all mine, but wasn't able to get all of the toys. And some of them haven't held up well over the years.
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