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 Post Posted: Wed Sep 12, 2007 7:24 pm 
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Does anyone remember this Halloween Cartoon? I use to watch this all the time, they don't show it anymore. I found it on DVD a couple of years ago, and we watch it all the time.


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Yes, I do remember this. You're right. I haven't seen it on T.V. since the 80's

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It's a shame that this isn't shown any more. What I liked about it was that, like most of Cosby's Fat Albert tales, they come from his memories, and have the feel of real life and real people. And they're funny!


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This is a classic from the 80's! Yeah, I loved watching annually as a child. I think programs like this around Halloween, Christmas, etc. were more meaningful for those of us who grew up in the 70's and 80's because we didn't have cartoons all of the time like children do today. We had Saturday mornings, after school, and holidays; and they were special occasions, but especially the annual holiday programs like Charlie Brown specials, Rudolph, Frosty, etc. Am I the only that feels this way? Even in my 30's, I still love those old cartoons! I think they help me to reminisce about my youth. GI Joe, He-Man, Super Friends... They all kick <deleted>!


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hippieluvn wrote:
This is a classic from the 80's!

From 1977, actually.


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 Post Posted: Mon Oct 08, 2007 7:24 pm 
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Wow! Didn't realize it was that old. Thanks for the info!


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