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    Quote Originally Posted by Fylgje View Post
    No "levantine" presence or influence. Modern cartoons or movies like those from the original Disney (until the 60s) that can make a little kid or girl appreciate their european heritage. No violence, scatological and vulgar humor, bad words, multikulti, etc.
    It's very difficult to find stuff that is not Jew-influenced in Hollywood. Even in the 60s, you see social justice warrior mentality in westerns like "The Big Valley" and "Bonanza." They liked to sneak that stuff in where it would be least expected. In the early 70s, Jew Fred Silverman led the "rural purge" at CBS, getting rid of many highly rated, good series like "Mayberry, RFD," and replacing them with anti-white communist propaganda like "All in the Family." You're mainly looking at 1971 or earlier if you want to find American TV that is not pure cultural marxism.

    If you have the time and money, I'd suggest setting up a home theater server with a big screen, nice sound system, and a library of shows YOU control ABSOLUTELY. If you can find a good usenet provider, many complete series from the 60s can be downloaded and archived for just the cost of the service. Some providers have up to ten years of retention, meaning most everything uploaded in the past 10 years is still on their servers.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Žoreišar View Post
    Maybe you know it beforehand, but the Danish animated movie 'Valhalla' is quite nice. It is from 1986, though...



    The creators of the movie have also made a comic book series based on the same characters and story. I have one of the comic books myself, in preparation for the day I have some offsprings. It's quite well made.
    Very thrue ... ''norrman''. I mentioned those same comics here (my post nro 35). I have quite many of those.

    https://forums.skadi.net/threads/984...ghlight=comics

    ...and I liked them more than much more popular Asterixs, Lucky Lukes, Tints etc.

    Still I have not seen that TV-product. Hopefully it is better than those they have made from Asterixs (not nearly as good as books).

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    Quote Originally Posted by Žoreišar View Post
    Maybe you know it beforehand, but the Danish animated movie 'Valhalla' is quite nice. It is from 1986, though...



    The creators of the movie have also made a comic book series based on the same characters and story. I have one of the comic books myself, in preparation for the day I have some offsprings. It's quite well made.
    Yes, but I'm concerned about cartoons and movies of this next decade. She (and I hope they) will demand to watch something modern. There must be a jewel among all the mud. The safest. That's why I'm struggling, because I'm not finding it.

    For example this one is beautiful, timeless but it's from the 80s.




    I don't know if she will like it in 2025, for example.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fylgje View Post
    For example this one is beautiful, timeless but it's from the 80s.




    I don't know if she will like it in 2025, for example.
    One could never know, but I massively enjoyed Bambi when I was a kid, even though it was made in 1942. And I don't see why kids wouldn't enjoy such a classic in 5, 20 or a hundred years from now.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Žoreišar View Post
    One could never know, but I massively enjoyed Bambi when I was a kid, even though it was made in 1942. And I don't see why kids wouldn't enjoy such a classic in 5, 20 or a hundred years from now.
    I'm searching for a cartoon or movie that have the style of John Bauer. But it seems that something like this doesn't exist at all.

    So, I'm in the quest of finding this 'european Studio Ghibli', that's not the original Disney.

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    What ever you find make sure that your children's innocents are not altered.

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    Quote Originally Posted by schwab View Post
    What ever you find make sure that your children's innocents are not altered.
    "Innocence" is a neutral state, where the mind and soul are like an empty room. We all must fill this room with experiences and knowledge of the world around us as we grow, to build us up in order to deal with that world. Children are like sponges. If they grow up in bad surroundings with parents who love drugs and alcohol more than they love their children, they will not turn out to be good people, no matter how much Pinocchio or Snow White they watch on TV. But given a foundation where they know they are loved and valued, those movies and TV shows are a window into the world outside their home. It does no good to shield children from more adult topics like sex and war, particularly when they grow curious about them. We just need to judge how those topics are portrayed...

    The sickest things are available to kids on the internet. When I was about nine, I began to get very curious, and if an unrestricted computer had been available to me, I would have seen and learned about everything under the sun before I hit puberty. It's essential, therefore, to fill the rooms of your kids' souls with good and decent things before they get curious about everything else... then they can see evil for what it is and have some perspective.

    Here's a really good show for kids I remember seeing when I grew up...


    The Railway Children


    And another. Animals are always good bets... kids love them and animals rarely poison their minds with the perverse stuff some people do.

    Charlie The Lonesome Cougar

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fylgje View Post
    I'm searching for a cartoon or movie that have the style of John Bauer. But it seems that something like this doesn't exist at all.
    The Dark Crystal is kind of in that style but a live-action with puppets.

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    In addition to some other shows and cartoons mentioned here before, I remember watching Road to Avonlea.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Drusilla View Post
    In addition to some other shows and cartoons mentioned here before, I remember watching Road to Avonlea.

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    Simply gorgeous. Much better than Anne.
    Thanks Drusilla and Huginn.

    I was also thinking about Totoro



    Quote Originally Posted by Coillearnach View Post
    The Dark Crystal is kind of in that style but a live-action with puppets.
    Maybe it's too dark for her.

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