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All throughout our American history, world history, "ordinary people can do extraordinary things"
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Luther wrote on Mar 15th, 2017 at 3:50am:

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Bert Number 49 wrote on Mar 15th, 2017 at 11:04pm:
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Yep, those were the days and their long... gone Cheesy Grin
  

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Crusader Rabbit is the first animated series produced specifically for television  Its main characters were Crusader Rabbit and his sidekick Ragland T. "Rags" Tiger, and their nemesises Dudley Nightshade and Bilious Green. The stories were 4-minute-long satirical cliffhangers.

The concept was test marketed in 1948, while the initial episode – Crusader vs. the State of Texas – aired on KNBH (now KNBC) in Los Angeles on August 1, 1949.  The program was syndicated from 1950 to 1952 for 195 episodes, then was revived in 1959 for 260 color episodes. Jay Ward, who went on to create The Rocky and Bullwinkle Show, was involved as business manager and producer.




Following Clokey's success with the Gumby series, Davey and Goliath premiered in syndication on February 25, 1961 as a Saturday feature, and lasted until 1965. By May 1961, it was reported that "Millions of children in cities and towns across the United States and Canada are talking about two new television stars, 'Davey and Goliath'.

After its initial run, several 30-minute holiday special episodes were created in the late 1960s. The series then resumed with some new characters in 1971 and continued until 1973. In 1975, a final 30-minute summer episode was created. In 2004, Joe Clokey produced a new episode, "Davey and Goliath's Snowboard Christmas".
  

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Courageous Cat and Minute Mouse is a children's cartoon television show that was produced by Trans-Artists Productions and syndicated by Tele Features Inc. in 1960. The characters were created by Bob Kane as a parody of his earlier works, Batman and Robin, and in many ways, predict the more "campy" aspects of the later live action series, which William Dozier and Howie Horwitz produced as a villain-driven action-comedy lampoon. This series and characters came to be trademarked and copyrighted by Telefeatures, LLC, owners of the copyright as of the middle of May 2016.





Felix the Cat is a funny-animal cartoon character created in the silent film era. The anthropomorphic black cat with his black body, white eyes, and giant grin, coupled with the surrealism of the situations in which his cartoons place him, combine to make Felix one of the most recognized cartoon characters in film history. Felix was the first character from animation to attain a level of popularity sufficient to draw movie audiences.

  

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Wow.... you know you cartoons Rathbone
  

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Luther wrote on Apr 3rd, 2017 at 8:56pm:
Wow.... you know you cartoons Rathbone


I recognize Felix the cat and David and Goliath only. Not the other two..
  

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Luther wrote on Apr 3rd, 2017 at 8:56pm:
Wow.... you know you cartoons Rathbone



Watched them when I was a kid.  At my age I'm lucky that I can remember them.





Fireball XL5 is a science fiction themed children's television show following the missions of spaceship Fireball XL5, commanded by Colonel Steve Zodiac of the World Space Patrol. The show aired for a single 1962—63 series, produced by husband and wife team Gerry and Sylvia Anderson through their company APF, in association with ATV for ITC Entertainment, and first transmitted on ATV on Sunday 28 October 1962. While developing his new show, Anderson thought a brand of motor oil – Castrol XL – had an interesting sound. A phonetic change created the name "Fireball XL", with the "5" added as the title seemed a bit flat without the numeral.

The show featured the Andersons' Supermarionation, a form of puppetry first introduced in Four Feather Falls (1960) and Supercar (1961) and used again in their subsequent productions such as Stingray, Thunderbirds, Captain Scarlet, Joe 90 and The Secret Service. Thirty-nine black and white half-hour episodes of Fireball XL5 were made on 35mm film: all subsequent Anderson series were produced in colour.

Several Anderson series have been shown in syndication in the US, but Fireball XL5 is the only Anderson series to have run on a US network. NBC (the National Broadcasting Company) ran the series in its Saturday morning children's block from 1963 through to September 1965.

  

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