Hammerman (1991–1992)

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Stanley work at the local recreational center in the city of Oaktown. Whenever trouble threatens his homeboys, Stanley puts on his magical dancing shoes and is transformed into his ... See full summary »

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Stanley work at the local recreational center in the city of Oaktown. Whenever trouble threatens his homeboys, Stanley puts on his magical dancing shoes and is transformed into his super-heroic alter-ego, Hammerman! Written by Mike Konczewski

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7 September 1991 (USA)  »

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According to the M.C. Hammer episode of "Behind The Music" (1997), this TV show was considered the "final straw" for critics who accused Hammer of selling out. See more »

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Featured in Found Footage Festival Volume 4: Live in Tucson (2009) See more »

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pure propaganda
28 January 2008 | by (Massachusetts) – See all my reviews

Yes there were some good things about this cartoon but it was obvious this was for MC hammer what Shaq FU was for Shaquille O' Neal or what Space jam was for Michael Jordon clear propaganda. I used to watch this show but that was 16 years ago and I would watch any thing on Saturday mornings back then. I remember it being pretty good hammer use his real name as a secret identity and had talking shoes that would turn him in to hammer man A rapping dancing super hero and their where two villains I knew of there may have been more there was also some friends who might have known he was hammer man and helped him out. MC hammer was one of the biggest stars back then but the show was canceled once hammers popularity faded their aren't even DVDs out of this cartoon.


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