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Alvin and the Chipmunks

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First airing in 1983 the series ran to 1990 when it was finally taken off the air, however you could still watch it on some channels that would play reruns of the show. Alvin and the Chipmunks was created by Ross Bagdasarian and producded by the company Bagdasarian...

Pac-Man

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Pac-Man the animated series first aired on ABC in 1982 and ended in 1983. Pac-Man had two full seasons with 43 episodes running half hour each. Hanna-Barbera produced the show which was based off the arcade game Pac-Man. With the popularity of Pac-Man during...

My Pet Monster

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My Pet Monster was an animated series based off of the toy My Pet Monster which was broad casted on ABC for one year in 1987. American Greetings first produced the doll in 1986 and was marketed more towards boys at the time.

Fonz and the Happy Days Gang

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Only lasting one season with a total of 24 episodes the animated series Fonz and the Happy Days Gang was produced by Hannah-Barbera in 1980. The series ran for a total of two years from 1980 to 1982.

Challenge of the GoBots

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Challenge of the GoBots (also known as Mighty Machine Men) is an American animated series produced by Hanna-Barbera Productions, based on the Gobots toy-line released from Tonka. Most of the toys were imported from the Japanese Machine Robo toy line . The GoBots...

Jem

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Created by Hasbro and first aired on television in 1985, Jem is basically about her and her band and the adventures they have each episode. Jem finished its first run in 1988 and had a total of 65 episodes running 24 minutes each.

The Herculoids

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Another classic Saturday morning cartoon by Hanna-Barbera called The Herculoids. The show first came on the air in 1967 on CBS and had a total of 18 episodes. The show eventually ended its run in 1969 however 11 new episodes were created for the Space Stars show...

Rainbow Brite

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Produced by Hallmark Cards of all companies in 1984 Rainbow Brite and it’s franchise generated a huge amount of money during its time period in the 80s, the estimated amount being $1 billion dollars. The money came from the animated series, toys, dolls and...