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gennrie
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PostPosted: Thu Sep 22, 2005 10:08 am    Post subject: MCOG Reply with quote

I can help with getting things together for Mysterious Cities of Gold. I finally found and bought it on high quality DVD english, yah! It's my fav! I'll try to get info rolling on it within this week or so. Work is nuts....


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PostPosted: Sat Nov 19, 2005 4:01 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

In regards to US Acres, it was actually a segment of the show "Garfield and Friends" so I'm not sure how you'd want that written up since they shared many of the same actors but were distinctly different. (nor can I check the "Garfield and Friends" page to see what's listed there since that index page is down.)

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Pup Named Scooby Doo
Info: A variant of the standard Scooby Doo Cartoon Franchise in which the "gang" is now a group of Junior High students who solve cases as the "Scooby Doo Detective Agency". This reduction of age is also reflected in the wackier more pronounced way that the characters are portrayed. Fred(dy) is now a conspiracy theorist who loves and believes the stories in tabloids and constantly blames any and all crimes on his nemesis Red Herring, logic be damned. Daphne is a rich debutante with a butler; Jenkins, at her constant beck and call. Velma, Scooby and Shaggy (as always, voiced by Casey Kasem) are virtually the same, and fufill their usual roles. Velma who quietly collects the clues and eventually solves the mysteries while Scooby and Shaggy are constant Monster Bait and consistently running away. The series is a throwback to the original series and the 70s with the usual chase/dance(retro) scenes with bright colors and "psychedelic" background imagery. Most notable in the Scooby franchise for having the most flavor variations of Scooby Snacks mentioned.

Airing info: ABC: 3 seasons, 30 episodes
from September 10, 1988 to August 31, 1991


Recurring Charactors:
Scooby Doo: Don Messick
Norville 'Shaggy' Rogers: Casey Kasem
Freddy Jones: Carl Stevens (not Frank Welker who is the usual voice in other incarnations)
Velma Dinkey: Christina Lange
Daphne Blake: Kellie Martin
Red Herring: Scott Menville

New/Info: Currently being shown on Cartoon Network (since 1993) and Boomerang


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PostPosted: Mon Nov 21, 2005 6:42 pm    Post subject: The Mysterious Cities of Gold (Les Mysterieuses Cites D'Or) Reply with quote

The Mysterious Cities of Gold (Les Mysterieuses Cites D'Or)

Info: Based upon 1532 in Barcelona, Spain Esteban learns of his father may still be alive. He begins his Journey's aboard the Esperanaza meeting new friends and allies along the way. Zia, Tao and Kocapetal journey along with Eseteban all with their own reasons to find the Cities of Gold. Through their many travels, you will see great places along Mayan and Aztec ruins in search of the best of all - The Cities of Gold.
Created by: DIC Entertainment / DIC (France) / MK Productions / NHK (Japan)
Released: 1982
Language: English dub / Japanese / French
Country of Origin: Japan / France
Number of Episodes: 39

(French) Voices:
Jean-Claude Ballard ... Mendoza
Jackie Berger ... Esteban
Jacques Ferrière ... Pedro
Isabelle Ganz ... Zia
Pierre Garin ... Gaspard
Pierre Hatet ... Gomez
Francis Lax ... Sancho
Hubert Noël ... Pichu
William Sabatier ... Pizarro
Odile Schmitt ... Tao
Jean Topart ... Documentaries narrator

(Japanese) Featuring the voices of:
Tomoko Ai ... Lana
Masako Nozawa ... Esteban
Rei Sakuma ... Zia
Motoko Kumai ... Tao
Naoya Uchida ... Mendoza
Ôki Nakamura ... Pedro
Toshiharu Sakurai ... Sancho
Sachiko Saitô ... Gwynn
Tesshô Genda ... Gomez
Rokurô Naya ... Gaspard
Mahito Tsujimura ... Metnard
Katsunosuke Hori ... Narrator
Hideyuki Umezu ... Carmec

English voices:
Adrian Knight ... Esteban
Janice Chaikelson Steinberg ... Zia
Matt Berman ... Gomez
Anick Faris ... Lana/Morca/Myeena
Walter Massey ... The Doctor
Simon Prescott ... Captain Perez
Kelly Ricard ... Narrator
Howard Ryshpan ... Pedro
Vlasta Vrana ... Documentaries narrator

Epsiodes:
1. Esteban, Child of the Sun
2. Crossing the Atlantic
3. Heroes Again
4. Adrift on the Endless Sea
5. The Abduction of Zia
6. The Ship Solaris
7. The Secret of the Solaris
8. The New Continent
9. The End of the Solaris
10. The Secret of the Temple
11. Messengers of the Region
12. Secret of the Medallion
13. Mystery of the Parents
14. Esteban's Medallion
15. The Subterranian Secret
16. The Urubus
17. The Great Condor
18. Maiden Flight of the Condor
19. The Nazca Plateau
20. The Spaniards Cannon
21. The Amazons
22. The Mirror of the Moon
23. The Jade Mask
24. The Manuscript
25. The Lake of Gold
26. The Swamps
27. The Doors of Night
28. The Forest of Statues
29. The Burning Sheild
30. The Escape
31. The Village of the New Sun
32. Attack of the Olmecs
33. The Reunion
34. Revolt of the Mayas
35. The Olmec Machine
36. Aerial Pursuit
37. The City of Gold
38. The Great Legacy
39. End of the City of Gold

Interest: The first (primarily) French animation series to break through into the English speaking market. It was followed a few years later by another French directed series, 'Spartakus and the Sun Beneath the Sea'.

News/Info: Only rumored they were to create a second season but they have never continued.

links:
http://mcog.bkernst.net/
http://home.ptd.net/~crimson/


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PostPosted: Mon Nov 21, 2005 6:46 pm    Post subject: City of gold Reply with quote

Sorry I took so long. But I finally was able to post up some info on City of Gold. I'm finally out of college and slowing down. Hope this info will help some.


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PostPosted: Wed Nov 01, 2006 1:26 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Is this thread still active? If it is I'll take Inhumanoids to start with and work from there... I loved that one Smile


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PostPosted: Thu Jul 05, 2007 9:53 pm    Post subject: I would like to volunteer Reply with quote

I was a huge cartoon watcher in the 80's, so I am part of the generation that has no clue what we watched, but start one of those theme songs and I join right in!!!!

The Littles
Turbo Teen
Rubik, the Amazing Cube
M.A.S.K.
Thundar the Barbarian


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PostPosted: Thu Mar 19, 2009 12:10 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

A lot of awesome info in this thread. I'll start making updates on those! Sorry for the (horribly) long delay!



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PostPosted: Wed Sep 15, 2010 7:27 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

The Amazons
The Mirror of the Moon

I love these twooo ... Very Happy



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