Tag - Saturday morning

Monster Squad Game

32 Days of Halloween VI, Day 30: Monster...

In mid 1970s the Saturday morning television landscape consisted of cartoons and a variety of live action series based on action adventures and superheroes. Networks scrambled to take the formula laid out by Sid & Marty Krofft and adapt...

This Just In: More Saturday Morning Cartoons

Even old as I am, I still miss the notion of Saturday morning cartoons. Kids just don’t understand the pleasure of waking up early on Saturdays to plop down eagerly in front of showsthat you could only catch once a week, but we...

Frogger: First the Game, Then the Cartoon...

Paul and Storm, those purveyors of whimsical musical bits, have created a Frankensong for the final challenge of this iteration of Masters of Song Fu over at Quick Stop Entertainment. And what mad genius stuff came out of their heads when...

Win The Smurfs on DVD!

Warner Brothers has released a new DVD of Smurfs episodes, with five episodes that are new to DVD (i.e. not on the Season 1 releases). There’s also a bonus featurette. In fact, have a taste of it:

Win The Pebbles and Bamm Bamm Show!

Why, Pebbles! Bamm-Bamm! How you’ve grown! And your parents have aged so well! What is the secret? Yes, it’s the animated Saturday morning spinoff. For you youngsters out there, there was a time when blocks of cartoon programming...

Gilligan's Planet

Gilligan’s Planet

I only recently found out about this, despite having enjoyed the original show and its many follow-on bits. (For example, I remember back when I was knee-high to a fetus, I used to think that the Gilligan's Island/Harlem Globetrotters team...

Emergency+4

Saturday Morning Revisited: NBC 1974-75

Yes, Saturday Morning Blog is back at it. This time they're using their state of the art technology to recreate the 1974-1975 edition of Saturday Morning cartoon lineup on NBC, and along with Addams Family and Land of the Lost, there was...

Krofft Supershow

Your Monday Morning Mental Sorbet: Blow Your...

Yes, it's the opening to the first season of The Krofft Supershow. Watching this and the opening to the second season (included after the break), I found my brain simply switching off. So this is perfect sorbet material.