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The Pink Panther is a heroic, moral cartoon cat with pink fur and the manners of an English aristocrat. He only becomes flustered or angry at obtuse or offensive humans who try to disrupt ... See full summary »
In WW2 France, Rene Artois runs a small café where Resistance fighters, Gestapo men, German Army officers and escaped Allied POWs interact daily, ignorant of one another's true identity or presence, exasperating Rene.
A collage TV series with a gallery of funny mature characters like Rasha the inventor, Mira the talebearer and Rshum who talk with the children on various topics, play quiz, sing and find ... See full summary »
The life in peaceful Vojvodinian village during German occupation in WWII, mostly revolving around local boys who help partisans to conquer it. After burning the German wheat, the Nazi ... See full summary »
Prle, Tihi and other youths from resistance movement in Nazi-occupied Belgrade are high on the Gestapo termination list. Some of them get written off, but new ones arrive and continue to ... See full summary »
Ah, yes.....the greatest swamp operator, Wally Gator. This lovable cartoon character ranks as one of my most favorite....even to this day (thanks to Boomerang), I still enjoy watching him. Released in the year 1962....along with such cartoons as "Lippy the Lion"& Touch'e Turtle, Wally Gator is always trying to escape from the Zoo, & getting into mischief or trouble or ....something. Unfortunately, the people in the city didn't take too kindly to an alligator trying to fit into a human society....only seeing him as a either shoes, a handbag, etc. Like a lot of the earlier Hanna Barbera cartoons, Wally's adventures were always fun to watch. I was amazed to find out there are over 52 episodes of this cartoon series...so, try to catch them if you can. Oh, I just recently saw a "Wally Gator" cartoon (this one was updated & "computer drawn") where Wally is "rescued" from the zoo, & taken back to the swamp, only to get re-rescued at the swamp & Wally & the "other"gators drive back to the zoo & enjoy "life in captivity". At the very end, a little bird with a "big" beak is yelling to the gator rescuers...."eat me....eat me. You're messing with the order, no one messes with the order......eat me....eat me!" It's too funny....!
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