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  1. 01 Aug '09 17:10
    Randall & Hopkirk. I used to love this as a kid

    YouTube
  2. 01 Aug '09 21:58 / 2 edits
    Originally posted by divegeester
    Randall & Hopkirk. I used to love this as a kid

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LwIFxRTAh5c
    I loved

    bagpuss
    the clangers
    fingerbob
    Mr.Ben
    Button moon
    ivor the engine
    Grangehill (flippin heck Tucker!)
    starsky and hutch
    the professionals
    How

    etc etc

    and more recently an amazing cartoon of a Londoner popular in the late nineties, Stressed Eric
  3. Standard member Elamef37
    Queenslander
    01 Aug '09 23:00
    Originally posted by robbie carrobie
    I loved

    bagpuss
    the clangers
    fingerbob
    Mr.Ben
    Button moon
    ivor the engine
    Grangehill (flippin heck Tucker!)
    starsky and hutch
    the professionals
    How

    etc etc

    and more recently an amazing cartoon of a Londoner popular in the late nineties, Stressed Eric
    Loved Grange Hill 🙂

    Worzel Gummidge

    Only Fools and Horses

    The Famous Five (Julian, Dick, Anne, George and Timmy the Dog)
  4. Standard member Blackamp
    Death
    02 Aug '09 04:21
    Get Smart
    Hogan's Heroes
    The Lone Ranger
    F Troop
    Dr Who (Tom Baker)
    The Goodies
    The Kenny Everett Video Cassette

    and of course

    Skippy the Bush Kangaroo.
  5. Subscriber FMF
    Main Poster
    02 Aug '09 05:12
    The Prisoner.
  6. 02 Aug '09 06:47
    So many isn't there!

    The Man From Uncle
    The Magic Roundabout
    Tomorrows World

    Did anyone watch The Banana Splits on Saturday mornings?

    There was a great serial interpolated into the program called The Flashing Blade - brilliant.
  7. Subscriber FMF
    Main Poster
    02 Aug '09 06:57
    Originally posted by divegeester
    There was a great serial interpolated into the program called The Flashing Blade - brilliant.
    I'm humming the tune now.

    White Horses.

    The Double Deckers.

    The Clangers.

    Thunderbirds.

    The succulent pouting Peter Tork!
  8. Standard member Blackamp
    Death
    02 Aug '09 09:33 / 1 edit
    Originally posted by divegeester

    Did anyone watch The Banana Splits on Saturday mornings?
    i used to go around singing the theme song as a kid.

    my memory is hazy - did it have a segment with chimp spies?
  9. Standard member Blackamp
    Death
    02 Aug '09 09:34 / 2 edits
    H.R. Puff'n'Stuff.

    and i've got Thunderbirds on DVD now.
  10. 02 Aug '09 10:40 / 1 edit
    Here you go guys.....

    The Banana Spilts theme song:

    YouTube


    The flashing Blade (one of my favourite themes)

    YouTube


    *you've got to fight for what you want and all that you believe...* oh yeah!
  11. 02 Aug '09 21:49
    Originally posted by Blackamp
    Get Smart
    Hogan's Heroes
    The Lone Ranger
    F Troop
    Dr Who (Tom Baker)
    The Goodies
    The Kenny Everett Video Cassette

    and of course

    Skippy the Bush Kangaroo.
    i remember Skippy the bush Kangaroo, awesome!

    there also used to be a program called Daktari set in Africa, anyone remember that?

    and another, Grizzly Adams on which i modelled my pre teens life upon that one

    any one remember why don't you? (why dont you go switch off the television set and go do something less boring instead), ironic really
  12. 02 Aug '09 22:18
    Robin Hood, The Lone Ranger & William Tell.

    (The Lone Ranger never shot and killed anyone, he wounded
    100's of baddies, but none died.)

    I also remember watching a French version of Robinson Crusoe
    which had a fantastic theme tune.
  13. Standard member Elamef37
    Queenslander
    02 Aug '09 22:19
    The Littlest Hobo

    Beachcombers

    Degrassi Junior High

    Gentle Ben
  14. 02 Aug '09 22:49
    Originally posted by greenpawn34
    Robin Hood, The Lone Ranger & William Tell.

    (The Lone Ranger never shot and killed anyone, he wounded
    100's of baddies, but none died.)

    I also remember watching a French version of Robinson Crusoe
    which had a fantastic theme tune.
    Here you go Geoff, enjoy. It was a great series.

    YouTube
  15. 02 Aug '09 22:51
    Originally posted by robbie carrobie
    i remember Skippy the bush Kangaroo, awesome!

    there also used to be a program called Daktari set in Africa, anyone remember that?

    and another, Grizzly Adams on which i modelled my pre teens life upon that one

    any one remember why don't you? (why dont you go switch off the television set and go do something less boring instead), ironic really
    Daktari: YouTube

    Skippy: YouTube

    Boy the nostalgia is flowing thick and fast...

    😵