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Favorite cartoons from the 60s

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    Lincon Apprentice Forum Member New Member

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    I know the 60s cartoons are generally poo-poohed around here, especially the post-64 shorts, but I happen to like many of them. Curious as to what shorts are your favorites from that time period.

    Transylvania 6-5000 - this cartoon just works for me for some reason. I still think Count Bloodcount was a worthwhile adversary for Bugs and if he'd come along sooner, would have been used more than once.

    Shishkabugs - That obnoxious king! What somebody please get him some hassenpfeffer!

    Dumb Patrol - I remember seeing this as a kid and getting a snicker out of the "Hell's Angel" gag.

    The Million Hare - To me, this cartoon could have come out in the mid-50s, it's that good. Lots of great gags.

    The Solid Tin Coyote - I think this was one of the better RR's of the period.
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    Lincon Apprentice Forum Member New Member

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    There's not a lot of shorts from the 60s that I like. But there are some.

    Transylvania 6-5000
    is a good one.

    I also like Banty Raids.
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    I must concur with Solid Tin Coyote. It's the only time that Road Runner held actual mortal fear of the coyote, and the only time (until The Looney Tunes Show) that he's physically captured. Perhaps getting his resources from the junk pile instead of the Acme catalog helped.
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    I do enjoy Bugs Bunny's final theatrical release False Hare as well as the avant-garde Chuck Jones cartoon Now Hear This.

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