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Posted December 15, 2010
For the opinions of the individuals who did not grow up as a child in the 60's, you just do not have a clue.
Cartoons back then were children and adult friendly and did not have all the death and destruction that children
are unfortunately accustomed to now a days. I know now what my dad meant by the 'GOOD OLE DAYS' when I was a child.
I say it now myself. For the decade where TV had 3 channels and UHF had 5, TV was a treat and will stand the
test of time against all the garbage that is rammed down out throats today. Buy this DVD. It will bring back
Memories of a better time. Let your children watch and appreciate it also.... htl
Posted October 1, 2010
This DVD might interest people who were children during the 1960's when cartoons were innocent, had no real plotline/storyline, and no real "fighting action." Additionally, the dialogue is very campy. Each episode is approximately 12 minutes and just about all of them are very boring. The DVD contains no "impact" villians".
That being said, however; for a person that grew up during the 1960's, these cartoons might remind them of a time when life and the world were very different. It might even rekindle childhood memories for them.
I do not recommend this DVD for viewers who are used to the new cartoons -especially the superhero cartoons (such as the 1990's X-Men series, or the Cartoon Network's Justice League), STAY AWAY. You will be sorely disappointed.
Posted October 1, 2010
A lot of memories flashed back when watching these cartoons. It's to bad those memories don't stand up as well as I remember but they are still a lot of fun to watch. Can't really say I enjoyed the stand alone hero episodes except for The Flash - To Catch a Blue Bolt. The Justice League and Teen Titans are the better of the episodes with more action and I thought the Teen Titans were the best animated. The funny thing Aquaman is not in any of the Justice League episodes even though he was included in the credits, but as a special bonus on each disc, the end credits to Aquaman were added. The feature on Lou Scheimer is excellant and helps explain the shoe-string budget animation. It's great to say that all filmation was 100% American made. It's unfortunate on how Filamtion had to close though. The Flash and Teen Titans were my favorite comics growing up and it was nice to see them once more in there original animation debuts.Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.