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HELP! 70s or 80s psychedelic cartoon featuring carnivorous mushrooms..

Discussion in 'Mystery Cartoon' started by hippety, Mar 9, 2016.

  1. hippety

    hippety Newbie New Member

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    This has been driving my sister and me crazy for the last decade. We saw a cartoon when I was quite young -- born in the late 70s, so I'm thinking the cartoon came out in the 70s or 80s. I recall it being a full length film about a group of kids. Somehow they are captured by these angry mushrooms and as they are being taken away somewhere the mushrooms state in sing songy voices "Bar-B-Que" "Bar-B-Que" while prodding the kids (with spears maybe?).

    I think the movie is ealier than the release of Flight of Dragons and the Last Unicorn. I know I saw it prior to ever seeing Gay Purree. If that helps with the timeline at all.

    We can't remember much else about the film and can't find information about it anywhere on the web.

    Any help would be welcome -- it's tortorous not to remember the name! Thanks in advance =0)
  2. straydog

    straydog Moderator Staff Member Forum Member New Member

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    Maybe the mushroom people from

    The Elm-Chanted Forest

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