Saturday Morning Cartoons: 1980s, Volume One – DVD Review

They just don’t make Saturday Morning Cartoons like they used to! Relive your favorite 80s cartoon moments with this exciting collection of classic animation. Some you may remember well, others you may have never heard of. But no matter what you do or don’t remember, you’re sure to get a kick out of these cartoons.

See the animated and real versions of Chuck Norris in Karate Kommandos. See Mister T tell fools what’s best for them. And see a group of animated monkeys in The Monchichis. Yep, they’re all here and ready for your viewing enjoyment.

The two DVD set contains the following shows:

Disc One

“Night of the Crystal Skull” from Goldie & Action Jack

“Deadly Dolphin” from Chuck Norris: Karate Kommandos

“Tall, Dark, & Hansom” from The Completely Mental Misadventures of Ed Grimley

“The Bad News Brontos”/ “Invasion of the Mommy Snatchers”/ “Dreamchip’s Cur Wash”/ “Princess Wilma” from The Flintstone Kids

“Mystery of the Golden Medallions” from Mister T


Lords of Light! – Thundarr the Barbarian featurette

Disc Two

“As the Worm Turns”/ “Trouble in the Tunnel” from The Biskitts

“Tickle Pickle” from The Monchichis

“Galtar and the Princess” from Galtar and the Golden Lance

“The Tale of the Enchanted Gift” from Dragon’s Lair

“Secret of the Black Pearl” from Thundarr the Barbarian

“Show #1 – Dry Run”/ “Robinson Caruso”/ “High Roller”/ “The Claw’s Conspiracy”/ “Hat Dance”/ “Dirty’s Debut” from Kwicky Koala Show

So grab a bowl of your favorite sugar-laced cereal (mine is either Frosted Flakes or Trix), put on your jammies, and go back in time to when work, paying taxes, and driving were all still in your future. It’s a definite must-watch!

What’s your favorite Saturday Morning Cartoon from any decade? Leave a comment and let us know.

Saturday Morning Cartoons: 1980s, Volume One is available on DVD May 4, 2010!

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