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Friday Fun: What is your favorite cartoon / series / movie in your childhood?

Hey guys!

How about an idea immersed in memories? What do you remember about TV in childhood? What were your favorite cartoons, series, films?

I still remember the songs from "Aladdin", it was very atmospheric and sunk into the soul :) And I was a fan of the TV series “Merlin”: magic and mystery raised a dreamer in me.

What about you? What kind of people work with Atlassian?)




Dominic Lagger Community Leader Dec 20, 2019

That's a cool topic.

In my later childhood, I loved watching "The A-Team" and "Baywatch"! 

And for the cartoons, I always watched "Hey Arnold!"

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Ou yes, Arnold is a top cartoon, thank for your thoughts)

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Jimmy Seddon Community Leader Dec 20, 2019

The A-Team and Baywatch were a bit before my time.  But I know of their existence :D

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Jason H Atlassian Team Jan 13, 2020

The original A-Team was fantastic!

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I grew up watching Saturday morning cartoons: Hey Arnold, Recess, Rocco's Modern Life, Doug, Animaniacs, Tom and Jerry, Pinky and the Brain, Ed Edd and Eddy – just to name a few. There's plenty more!

And to be honest, I've tried finding them here or there as I've grown older. One I came across now with Disney+ is Darkwing Duck. Its crazy to be able to understand adult innuendos now and actually hear what writers were able to put in "kids" shows back then!

Outside of TV, I am pretty sure we owned all the Disney movies on VHS and would play those over and over and over. Fantasia was a favorite of mine!

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Jimmy Seddon Community Leader Dec 20, 2019

@carrie_eandm I forgot about a number of those Saturday morning cartoons.  I'm now realizing that I may have watched too much TV growing up.

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@Jimmy Seddon enjoy new series))

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Kat Marketplace Partner Dec 20, 2019

We must be of a similar era @carrie_eandm . I'd also add Snorks, Smurfs, The Flintstones, Jetsons, and various shows featuring Jim Henson's muppets. 

Image result for snorks gif

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Jimmy Seddon Community Leader Dec 20, 2019

@Yevhen Rohovets this is fantastic!  I feel I need to start this answer with I have never stopped watching cartoons! Paw Patrol is now something I watch regularly with my son, and my wife and I love watching shows like Archer, Bob's Burgers and BoJack Horseman once our son has gone to bed.

I don't think I could pick a single favorite from my childhood, but I feel like those that I owned action figures for (and yes I still have all the toys) made a big enough impact that are worth mentioning:

Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, Spider-Man: The Animated Series, Mighty Morphin' Power Rangers, Beast Wars: Transformers, Pokemon

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Ou, BoJack Horseman is beautiful, I found it recently, and it is very deep

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Oh, I forgot Pokemon in my answer! :-D

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edwin vasquez Community Leader Dec 20, 2019

Great topic!

Some of my favorite movies were The Lion King, Aladdin, and Homeward Bound. 

Some of my favorite cartoons/shows 🙂🙂



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My grandfather loved "The Magic Roundabout" and because he was one of the best humans ever, I watched the 5:55 episodes with him, totally enjoyed them, and then, after he died a couple of decades later, re-watched them all, because, that's how to remember him.  And they are still good stories.

Much as I love so many series on the idiot-box, The Magic Roundabout wins.  "N/Rick and Morty" is in second place, Futurama third.

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Transformers, Slam Dunk, Saint Seiya, Dragon Ball, etc., but the most impressive ones should be the Tom and Jerry.


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Poorvi Jhawar Marketplace Partner Dec 24, 2019

Lovely topic! 

Tom and Jerry, Popeye, Captain Planet, Buzz Lightyear of Star Command, Small Wonder, Little Mermaid, Scooby Doo, Flinstones, Aladdin and Duck Tales. 

There were my all time favourite :)

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I used to love Tom and Jerry and still do!!!

Also Laurel & Hardy and Charlie Chaplin

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I used to watch Duck Tales, TaleSpin, Gummy Bears, Tom and Jerry, Dexter's laboratory, Power puff girls, Aladdin, little mermaid and a lot more :-)

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Jimmy Seddon Community Leader Dec 31, 2019

All the classics!

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Wow that's an awesome list!!!

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I don't see Rugrats on the list! Rugrats anyone? oh and also Recess !

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Yes. I too loved Rugrats

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I have so many favorites!!  and I wish some of these were still available ;-)  Maybe I'm dating myself, but here goes...

My favorite cartoon was probably Hong Kong Phooey or anything School House Rock

Favorite show was the Isis/Shazam hour, and of course the week was planned around Disney Sunday nights.  Remember the days when you actually had to WAIT to see the next episode?  

I'm sure I could keep on going, and going... love the topic!

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Oh dear! the memories this question brings. I was a huge Cartoon Network fan and have some great memories of enacting scenes from:

- Dexter's lab

- Cow and Chicken

- Bugs Bunny scenes ❤️


Do you remember that one at the Opera (Baber from seville 🤔):

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Oh boy, this is dating me a bit - 20,000 Leagues Under the Sea, Lost in Space (the original series), Mr Ed, Tom and Jerry, Bugs Bunny (where I developed a love for classical music at an early age), and the list goes on.

Two weeks ago I introduced my fiancee to Lost in Space by watching with her the original series pilot and then the first episode of the Netflix remake.

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Kat Marketplace Partner Jan 13, 2020

One of my enduring memories of my grandfather is him complaining about the use of classical music in Bugs Bunny cartoons. Just imagine if he saw the treatment of Tchaikovsky when Homer Simpson was in space!

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Jason H Atlassian Team Jan 13, 2020

I haven't thought about Mr Ed in forever. What about I dream of Genie and Bewitched?

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Bewitched!!! time travel moment

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SriKumar P Atlassian Team Jan 13, 2020

Well in my Childhood, I grew up among Power Rangers :D and Captain Tsubasa ( Anime) 



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Captain Tsubasa!!! Wow

In Spain, that series is called 'Oliver y Benji' ❤️

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I used to love Captain Planet. with the 5 rings of power, Earth, Air, Fire, Wind, Water, Heart.


Image result for captain planet gif"

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Kimba and Marine Boy! (I know I am aging myself...)



Zak Laughton Atlassian Team Feb 07, 2020

LOVED The Animaniacs. Being a very sarcastic kid, I could relate with them a lot and found them hilarious.

Have someone watching this cartoons as a child? It was called "Los motoratones de Marte" in Spanish


I really love them!!!


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