The Mighty Orbots and their pal, Rob, battle the evil Lord Umbra in the 23rd century.
Hanna-Barbera's classic cartoon series starring the modern stone-age family. All the original favorites are here: Fred, Wilma, Barney, etc.
The Transformers: Season 1 clip - starring Frank Welker, Peter Cullen, Chris Latta. Directed by Peter Wallach.
The Transformers clip - starring Frank Welker, Peter Cullen, Chris Latta. Directed by Peter Wallach.
A great white whale and a teenage cave-kid are the headliners of this unique collection. Moby Dick is a friendly white whale to two teens who, with their pet seal, battle dangerous villains of the undersea world. Also included are the stone-age adventures of Tor - an average cave-teen until presented him with a magical club that turns him into super-powered Mighty Mightor whenever danger strikes.
Director Richard Lester's rendering of the triple-duel scene, D'Artagnan (Michael York) meets first Athos (Oliver Reed), then Aramis (Richard Chamberlain) and Porthos (Frank Finlay), then the cardinal's guards led by Jussac (Angel del Pozo), in The Three Musketeers, 1973.
Director Richard Lester's smooth introductions of Cardinal Richelieu (Charlton Heston), the queen (Geraldine Chaplin) and King Louis XIII (Jean-Pierre Cassel), playing lawn-chess with pooches, in The Three Musketeers,1973, from George MacDonald Fraser's screenplay.
Flintstones lovers everywhere anxiously awaited their arrival on primetime TV, and millions adopted them into their hearts as Pebbles Flintstone and Bamm-Bamm Rubble took their first baby steps. After The Flintstones ended, Pebbles and Bamm-Bamm made their (pre)historic reappearance as stone-age teenagers at Bedrock High.
For those who leave no stone unturned, here's the sixth and final season of the greatest dig in cartoon history. And these 26 episodes are an animated treasure well worth excavating! Exploring every realm of popular parody, The Flintstones delighted kids but tickled adults just as much with howlingly funny takeoffs of "trendy" TV shows, award-winning movies and kitschy spoofs of Hollywood royalty.
Aliens, vampires and villains, oh my! From the legendary William Hanna and Joseph Barbera comes a globetrotting, super-sleuth pooch with a heart of gold. Scooby-Doo (voiced by Don Messick) shivers with fright but he always solves the mystery -- with loads of laughs. Joining the exploits is Scooby's brassy nephew, Scrappy-Doo.
Tiny, blue and all with distinct personalities, all 101 Smurfs dwell joyfully in a medieval forest village. Only three apples tall, they live in mushroom houses and take their morning showers with dewdrops. Gathered here are 16 fun adventures from the 8th season of the hit Hanna-Barbera TV show. So what are you waiting for? Get Smurfy!
In the 9th season of the whimsical animated series, the Smurfs venture out of their mushroom houses in the forest and find adventure, mythology, history ... and fun! Follow these globetrotting creatures as Papa Smurf loses his patience in Spain, Grouchy is immortalized in Rome, evil wizard Gargamel's counterpart surfaces in India and Grandpa Smurf regains his lost youth while in Mexico. Olé!
The gang goes to Hollywood as Scooby stars in his first film. When a creepy creature wants to put a stop to the film, Scooby must solve the mystery to ensure his star status remains intact.
Gang goes to Hollywood as Scooby stars in his first film. When a creepy creature wants to put a stop to the film Scooby must solve the mystery to ensure his star status remains intact.
The gang goes to Hollywood as Scooby stars in his first film. When a creepy creature wants to put a stop to the film.
It's the day before Christmas and the Bedrock Community Players are presenting their version of "A Christmas Carol." Fred, starring as Scrooge, becomes so self-absorbed that he forgets to get Christmas gifts for his family, forgets to pick up Pebbles from the Cave Care center, and accuses Barney of being a snitch. Fred, with an ego the size of a tyrannosaurus, starts to become the role in which he's cast in this animated holiday special.
America's favorite family of the future stars in their first animated feature film! When George Jetson gets a promotion, he moves to outer space with the entire family: Jane, Judy, Elroy, Rosie the Robot and Astro the family dog. But soon the family discovers that George's company is destroying the homes of the Grungies, the friendly underground creatures who live on the same asteroid. With his family's help, George is able to work out a peaceful arrangement that benefits both the ecology and the factory's modern technology. See a 2,000-level shopping mall, anti-gravity basketball and other wonders of the space age in this delightful movie, featuring songs by Tiffany.
America's favorite family of the future, the Jetsons, move to outer space when George gets a promotion, only to find that there is more to their new asteroid home than they thought!
Clumsy and Smurfette are captured by Bombast, who plans to exhibit them in his sideshow.
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