Mmmmm Nostalgia

Button MOON

Was I the only one who watched this?

Little BEAR

The one episode I properly remember, was when little bear spent the entire episode trying to find a coat because he was cold, then his mum basically said, man up, you're a bear. The end.

moomins - childhood

On reflection, actually quite creepy.


One of my favourite films.

oliver co - childhood

oh yes.

Little FOOT

I cried at this film, first and only time. Only the Spielberg Version - the modern crap can go and die.

dinos - childhood

I had completely forgotten about this film until randomly the other day it just came to me =P

bagpuss - childhood

Old school.


Fat, creepy old man in a bear suit, what's not to love?

anastasia - childhood

An awesome animation. Is it wrong that i love the songs?

mr benn - childhood

Another old school English classic

powerpuff - childhood


pingu - childhood

I love penguins.

rugrats - childhood

Chuckie/Chucky? was everyone's favourite

thomasss - childhood

Who's idea was this? They somehow made trains interesting.

babar - childhood

Used to really love this show, don't ask me what it was about though, because i can only remember elephants =J

woddypecker - childhood

That laugh <3

care bears

The blue one was the cooolest.

dexter - childhood

A cool ginger? ;]

calngers - childhood

Soup Dragons and giant metal space turkeys - this was some seriously good stuff

tom and jerry

I sort of ended up hating Jerry for being so darn arrogant about winning all the time.

noddy - childhood

Not sure why i watched this...

thunderbirds - childhood

the mole thing was badass.

samm fireman

I just watched it for the accents.

sooty and sweep

Just me?

rosie and jim

Children's Education at its best - i learnt how to make soap. (only thing i can remember :L)

brum - childhood

brum brum.

tots tv - childhood

I'm a tot, je suis a tot, tilly, tom and tiny... =D

tazz - childhood

I leant what 'OJ' was from this show. ORANGE JUICE - yes that is random.

banaaaanan - childhood

For some reason i associate this show with trombones? and ofc that song. =L

yugi - childhood

Never understood what was going on, but it was just awesome

caterpillar - childhood

I'm pretty sure every English child for the past 30 years has had this book read to them =D

animals - childhood

A fantastic series, Badger and moley <3

pokemon - childhood

Another beautiful film. Films just aren't made the same these days.

I will add more when they come to me, POST what you remember from your childhood =J

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  • 4

    You remember The Wild Thornberrys? It was one of my all time favorite shown and that along with Steve Irwin and Jeff Corwin primed me for my soon to be major Zoology. :) thanks for the good time flashbacks.

    • gemie89
    • December 4, 2010, 11:51 am
    Hah, I don't remember it being called that but yes, i remember 'ELIZA'. That was also a great series. And yeh, crocodile hunter with Steve Irwin too =D Just thinking, do you remember a show where there was a group of animals living on a floating island - i think they were led by a polar bar? I cant remember the name =/
    Google is amazing these days, type in polar bear and floating island and you get it! - Noah's island - remember it? and the animals of farthing wood?
    - Mattty21 December 4, 2010, 11:57 am
    Noah's Island, I totally remember that.

    Nostalgia attack.
    - MikeyNinja December 4, 2010, 6:36 pm
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    I totally agree about the Pokemon movie.

    The first Pokemon movie was the best.
    - XxDaminalsxX December 7, 2010, 5:01 am
    Exactly, yeah. It was both touching and awesome. :'D
    - luminosity December 7, 2010, 8:11 am
    Also I can't forget the Pokemon the movie 2000. That one was good too. Te one with Entei was kind of stupid and all of the others have no direct story line. They just happen.
    - XxDaminalsxX December 7, 2010, 12:55 pm
    Agreed, agreed, and agreed, my good man.
    - luminosity December 7, 2010, 2:52 pm
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    Button Moon!! Oh my God. I thought I was the only one who watched that, everyone I've spoken too has never heard of it!!

    • SuDoku
    • December 4, 2010, 11:59 am
    Hah same here! =P That and the clangers were brilliant, when your 4 at least. :)
    - Mattty21 December 4, 2010, 12:02 pm
    Oh I could still watch Button Moon now, at 18 ;) proper classic, shame it wasn't shared by everyone else I know :(
    Looking through, you watched alot of the same programmes as I did. You had good taste as a child :P
    - SuDoku December 4, 2010, 12:05 pm
    Haa I could also, just for the nostalgia - its also hilarious watching again because you can clearly see the people in black suits manoeuvring around and I cant believe i never saw them before :]
    - Mattty21 December 4, 2010, 12:09 pm
    Dude it had Mr and Mrs Spoon... That's all you need as a child and you're focused on that.. :P
    - SuDoku December 4, 2010, 12:11 pm
    I know, those wooden spoons were enchanting. =D
    - Mattty21 December 4, 2010, 12:17 pm

    My childhood is complete :')
    - SuDoku December 4, 2010, 12:18 pm
    As is mine ='} Nothing beats that song.
    - Mattty21 December 4, 2010, 12:20 pm
    Indeed, I'v never forgotten that theme song, or at least the tune anyway :) my kids are going to watch this no matter how old it is by then! They will not miss out :P
    - SuDoku December 4, 2010, 12:22 pm
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    ahah u forgot bananas in pajamas and Spot :)

    like my absolutle favourite thing of life ;)

    You're Right, I loved bananas in pyjamas, mainly for the song =L Whats Spot?
    - Mattty21 December 4, 2010, 12:08 pm
    You don't know what Spot was?!
    - SuDoku December 4, 2010, 12:10 pm
    the little yellow dog that used to run around the house and get in trouble and then it would teach a moral. i love it :)
    - Pyutchy8011 December 4, 2010, 12:10 pm
    I had the books i think, never watched it on TV. ={ I had those ones which had like fur on and then his spot was velcro or something.
    - Mattty21 December 4, 2010, 12:14 pm
    Oh those sort of learning books? Yeah I had them, but I watched the tele aswell. I was kind of brought up by tele thinking about it :P
    - SuDoku December 4, 2010, 12:16 pm
    i love those things!! :O
    - Pyutchy8011 December 4, 2010, 12:33 pm
    I still have a stuffed dog that I named spot after the book and show.
    - ember December 5, 2010, 6:29 am
    I only have a stuffed rabbit toy, named bunny from when I was a kid. I was not an imaginative child :P

    And anyway, where have you been hiding for months? Not seen you for ages :)
    - SuDoku December 5, 2010, 6:37 am
    problems at home.
    - ember December 5, 2010, 6:45 am
    Fair enough :) welcome back all the same :)
    - SuDoku December 5, 2010, 6:46 am
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    Aha I can't even remember some of the names of some of them!!!
    What about dragon ball z?

    I was never much of a dragonball fan, The one episode i watched i remember this chubby pink guy destroying everything =L
    - Mattty21 December 4, 2010, 12:23 pm
    I can't remember any episodes lol! I just know that I used to love watching it
    - jakematsui December 4, 2010, 12:26 pm
    Buu was his name
    - tbart2010 December 4, 2010, 9:55 pm
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    fucken loved pingu!!! and half the others up there :P

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    OLIVER AND COMPANY I FUCKING LOVE THAT MOVIE its the only one ill watch with my little sis shit most of the new movies are crap

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    I think i was about 4 at the time, i was easily pleased =P
    - Mattty21 December 4, 2010, 10:39 pm
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    Holy shit were do live? I thought I was the only one who knew what Moomin was.

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    Anyone remember Rolly Polly Ollie? freakin loved that show even when I was like 8

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    How has it been so long since i saw any of these?? I'm only 15!

    • Bekenel
    • December 5, 2010, 12:54 am
    I know I'm 18 and still watched most of these, Button Moon, Pingu and Brum <3 Classics
    - SuDoku December 5, 2010, 1:11 am
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    yoo are instantly and permanently my favorite person :P

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    When I grew up, about 10 to 13 i think, some of my school started having a laugh about hurting these shows. Me too actually
    abc - childhood

    def - childhood

    even a song or two was made for barney

    "I hate you
    you hate me
    lets kick barney up a tree
    with a great big kick to his but
    lets all say we hate him too"

    and also sounds like joy to the world for Christmas

    "joy to the world that Barney's dead
    we barbecued his head
    what happened to his body we flushed it down the potty
    what happened to his tail
    we fed it too the wail
    joy to the world that Barney's dead"

    when i look back at this it is sorta creepy

    • hightec
    • December 5, 2010, 7:31 am
    I love you, you love me, Barney gave me HIV
    So i kicked him in the balls, and smacked him in the head,
    Now that purple bastard's dead.

    Many regional variations =D
    - Mattty21 December 5, 2010, 7:43 am
    that's hilarious
    - hightec December 5, 2010, 8:01 am
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    i still watch Tom&Jerry

    • Zayne32
    • December 5, 2010, 9:33 am
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    my childhood consisted of:

    hitting someone
    then it got fuzzy.

  • 1

    Everyone learned to pick up chicks from the man Johnny Bravo.
    9 johnny bravo 856630

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    it just makes me sad the shit that gets made today i would much rather watch barney then listen to rebecca black or watch carebears then justine beaver

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    What about Wishbone and Zoboomafoo. Didn't remember it was called Zoboomafoo but i just typed 'lemur show' in Google and it came up. Didn't care about the humans fuck them, it's a lemur that talks nuff said.

    Me and you, and Zoboomafooooooo

  • 1

    I am 24 and I still love me some old school cartoons.

  • 1

    We have the original Button Moon 1980 on PAL DVD anyone interested contact us at

    • TeoC
    • June 30, 2011, 1:50 am
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    Kipper, the British Dog.
    And there was one, mid '90's on Nickelodeon (before it turned... nonfun) it was about this girl, always started with her waking up, she was always in her pajamas, went around talking to her neighbors and it always ended with her falling asleep in her bed. I dunno, keeps reminding me of "Peppi Longstocking" but that's not it. The actress had black hair in long pigtails and make-up to represent freckles/dimples on her cheeks. She talked to her stuffed bear as well.
    64 Zoo Lane.
    Amanda Bedalea (I think that's how you spell it) was weird in an adverse way. More interesting than good.
    Gilligan's Island. The little show where this family, in hawaii or somewhere is friends with this large yellow frog/toad.

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    I'm tempted to -3 for #32.
    He's hungry and eating.
    Haven't you ever been stoned?

  • 1

    Could you change your text? It is kinda irritating. I see the picture, look at the next picture and the text from the picture before is there. I just had to click back and forth sometimes, you know getting old and forgetting stuff in seconds XD

    • Vans
    • July 10, 2012, 2:31 am
  • 0

    i liked tommy better then chuckie....

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    halo - childhood

    halo 2 - childhood

    halo 3 - childhood

    kotor - childhood

    kotor 2 - childhood

    l4d1 - childhood

    l4d2 - childhood

    i'm still kind of a child (early teen atleast) so i remember stuff like this xD

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