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    Cool Old-School Animation

    Most animated flicks of today suck! Therefore, a thread about the old ones that were awesome!


    I'll start with:

    The Blue Racer (1972-1974)



    A fast blue snake named Blue Racer (voiced by Larry D. Mann) tries unsuccessfully to catch a stereotypically-Japanese beetle (voiced by Tom Holland), who is a black belt in karate. Both characters spun off from Tijuana Toads in "Hop and Chop" (the Japanese beetle) and "Snake in the Gracias" (the Blue Racer). The goofy bird from the Tijuana Toads (Crazylegs Crane, who also repeatedly failed to collar the Racer and Toads himself) also later appeared in the series as well. 17 cartoons were produced.
    Episode list:



    Link to wiki: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Blue_Racer


    It's available on Youtube. Here's the first episode:

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    How "old-school" are we talking here?

    This is from 1941, it was from a time when we actually had Free Speech to make fun of who ever we wanted to and it was not considered offensive.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SpearBrave View Post
    How "old-school" are we talking here?
    Anything goes, as long as it's not the modern 3D or anime-influenced computerised crap.


    Wummi (1970s)

    21 short episodes were made for the "Das feuerrote Spielmobil" show.
    I used to love this when I was a kid.

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