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I challenge you to find a worse show produced by Hanna-Barbera
I have noticed that there is quite a bit of disagreement in reviews on the work of Hanna-Barbera of the 1960s and beyond. This team made a bazillion cartoons during the late 50s-80s and they established the standard for TV cartoons during this time--and they set the bar very low. Exceptionally low frame-rates (resulting in stiffer animation), repetitive backgrounds and terrible scripts were the norm for most of their shows. While I will admit some of their shows were pretty good, such as the original "Flintstones" but remember, these are the same guys who created "Jabberjaw", "Inch High, Private Eye" and "Hong Kong Phooey"! However, among all their bad shows (and they made a ton of them), I challenge you to find one worse than "The Robonic Stooges". The problem in this case isn't really the animation (which is bad) but the idea. Think about it--the Three Stooges are now robots!!! Who in the heck thought of this? And, how much contempt did they have for kids to foist this crap on them?! Try watching an episode or two--they're occasionally shown on Boomerang. Then, try to come up with a worse cartoon by this team!! Embarrassingly bad and a horribly 'tribute' to the real Three Stooges.
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