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Saturday morning cartoons. 1960s, Volume 1
Información de publicación:
Burbank, CA : Distributed by Warner Home Video, [2009].
Descripción física:
2 videodiscs (308 min.) : sd., col. ; 4 3/4 in.
DVD, NTSC; Dolby digital mono., dual-layer format.
Not rated.
Dialogue and subtitles in English or Portuguese ; Subtitled for the deaf and hard of hearing (English)
Nota general:
Title from disc.

Originally broadcast as parts of episodes of television series between 1960 and 1969.

"Intended for the adult collector and is not suited for children"--Container.
Disc one. The tycoon from Top Cat. Up & Atom -- Precious jewels -- Woodpecked from Atom ant -- Precious pup -- Hillbilly bears -- Fe Fi Fo Fun -- All riot on the northern front -- The volunteers from the Peter Potamus Show (with Breezly Sneezly and Yippee, Yappee, Yahooey) -- Sub swiper -- Way out squiddly -- Winsome witch -- The happy household from the Flintstones -- Often an orphan -- Mice follies -- The super snooper from the Porky Pig Show -- Dynamite fright -- Outer space case -- Growing growing gone from the Quick Draw McGraw show (with Snooper & Blabber and Auggie Doggie). Special features: The Good, the Bad and the El Kabong.

Disc two. Rosie the Robot from the Jetsons -- Battle to save the world from Marine Boy -- The heat thing -- The worm people -- Zorak from space ghost -- Dino Boy -- The Beaked People -- The raiders from Herculoids -- The Bubbler -- The shocking electric monster -- The spinner from Frankenstein Jr. & the Impossibles -- Gridiron Gorilla from the Magilla Gorilla Show (with Punkin Puss and Ricochet Rabbit). Special features: Trailers. Bonus episode: Dough nutty -- El Kabong was wrong -- Gem jam from the Quick Draw McGraw Show (with Snooper & Blabber and Auggie Doggie) -- Saturday morning wake-up call! -- Special features: The Herculoids: first family of Planet Quasar -- Monster Rock: the adventures of Frankenstein, Jr. and the Impossibles.
This collection of some of your favorite Saturday morning cartoons of the 1960s will take you back to those early Saturday mornings sitting in front of the TV, cereal in hand and clad in pajamas. Relive those great moments in this fantastic new collection.