>>402290>So you were around when Looney Toons were still good…
Maybe up until I was about five years old, then WB was started licensing its characters out to inferior studios like DePatie-Freleng. That was when they started doing weird shit like pairing Daffy Duck and Speedy Gonzales. It felt cheesy and strange.
>Rocky & Bullwinkle
That one is a classic for the scripts and voice work, but the animation was nothing to write home about. It was practically illustrated radio, but it was good.
>Flintstones and Jetsons were lame but Hong Kong Phooey wasn't bad…
I didn't care for any of it, although you could tell they were trying with the scripts. The Flintstones
wasn't really a kids' show at first. H-B's animation went to hell, then the scripts followed shortly thereafter. Jonny Quest
('64-'65) was really the last good thing they did.
>The Inspector, Superfriends, Underdog, Mighty Hercules, Spiderman, Tom & Jerry if that was your thing…Tom and Jerry
fell apart right before I was born, when MGM stopped doing them in-house and farmed them out to an outfit in Czechoslovakia. I didn't care for the rest of those properties, although looking back at Underdog
now, it was kind of witty.
>Krofft freakiness, Shazam/Isis, Batman, and Addams Family for live-action fun.
I was talking about animation going to hell, which it did for about a quarter century. Batman
and The Addams Family
were fun, but as you said, they were live-action.Star Trek
was probably the best thing created during my childhood. That, at least, is still going strong.