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I was only 2 years old when the Get Along Gang premiered. I don't remember watching it when it first premiered on CBS, but my parents taped a few of the episodes for me and my sister.
The Get Along Gang was a bit preachy, but then again, so were a lot of cartoons of the 80's. That's not why I liked the Get Along Gang. I liked it because I am an animal lover, the characters were cute, the episodes were funny, and it taught a good lesson.
Incidentally, just as a side note, the Get Along Gang was not a Disney series, like an earlier review states. The Canadian animation company Nelvana animated the pilot episode, and DIC did the rest of the series. Just clearing that up.
The Get Along Gang shaped my childhood, and I still watch the episodes I have to this day, and I still have my original six plush Get Along Gang members, as well.
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