Cabbage Patch Kids

June 15, 2011 by Post Team 

Cabbage Patch KidsCabbage Patch Kids, It is a good day to be a product of the 80, PopWatchers. Not only are some of us make lots of money, but Mikey The Goonies (well, Sean Astin, if you must) is the voice of Raphael in the next series of Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles animated Nickelodeon, and now the Cabbage Patch Kids, like turtles, once again invade the living room.

Paramount Pictures confirmed to EW that Galen Walker, who is currently producing a film live-action TMNT also produce the new Cabbage Patch Kids project. The Original Appalachian Artworks, owner of the Cabbage Patch Kids, they sold their rights to Carlin West CWA Agency, which will make the animated special. (West said in a statement, “I am thrilled that [creator] Xavier [Roberts] has licensed the rights to bring the magic of the Cabbage Patch Kids in the entertainment world. I too am also delighted to work on this Galeno project. “)

Yes, yes, the dolls perfectly round head, hair and thread, unblinking eyes, and dimples corny as her parents fought to the death to get you in Christmas 1983, are returning. Although it is hardly the first time that the CPK (no, not the California Pizza Kitchen, thank you) will touch on the small screen as they were front and center for ads induction of mania, and 1985 animated special Christmas at ABC. But now the CPK, along with turtles, are ushering in a wave of nostalgia-heavy entertainment.

While the CPK and TMNT was redone for the 21st century, the network has kept the Center in its original form Jem, truly outrageous, since I’ve been rerunning episodes from the classic cartoons from the 80′s. Even the long gone but not forgotten sitcom Hey Dude Nick is getting a DVD release this summer.

However, CPK and TMNT back to the small screen really made us think about what toys or stuffed another 80 should have her chance at a comeback pop culture with a cartoon series or special. My vote is for the Glo Worm (with lid versatile night overnight), Polly Pocket, Pound Puppies, and, perhaps, a series of back to back with my friend and Kid Sister. Teddy Ruxpin Anything less, really. We’re still not totally convinced that something has not come to life while he slept.

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