Cartoons From The 70′s

December 3, 2010 by Post Team 

Cartoons From The 70 S, “Cartoons of the 70′s” are a research trends and Facebook users online everywhere race to find the best cartoon commemorate their childhood. The 70s were not the offerings of adults 90 years or tales of the most advanced of the 80, but many selections stand out.

“Scooby-Doo” has continued to enjoy success during the decade of Nixon, Ford, and Carter and as did “The Flintstones”, eventually outlasting the cartoons that made their debut during the disco decade. Some of you may remember these lesser-known selections:

“The Addam’s Family”: Yes, the television of the 60s did not spend all his time in black and white, live-action glory. For 16 episodes during the early 70′s, he ran as an independent comic, which debuted in a guest slot on “Scooby-Doo.” It did not last long despite featuring the vocal talents of Jodie Foster.

“Captain Caveman”: In one of the most bizarre movements in the history of cartoon, the show combined the sex appeal of “Charlie’s Angels” with the silliness of a caveman for a show that was essentially “Charlie’s Angels” with a caveman in the role of Charlie. Known for his “Caaaavemaaaan captain!” explosions, this show has continued to be popular in the 80s.

“Josie and the P**ycats” It may not last too long, but the cartoon series based on the Archie Comics would remain in the public eye long enough to launch a successful film in the 90s, that sort of deviated from the The child usually friendly roots.

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