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Desc:I haven't seen this since I was 4.
Category:Cartoons & Animation, Classic TV Clips
Tags:underdog, cartoon theme, under dog
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Comment count is 17
Tuan Jim - 2010-10-06
That asshole dog beat up a bunch of whales!
Quad9Damage - 2010-10-11
He also blocked the door so that Simon Bar Sinister would get crushed to death by debris.

Caminante Nocturno - 2010-10-06
Simon Bar Sinister and his henchman had an unusually amicable relationship, considering the fact that they were villains.
Bort - 2010-10-07
The "bar sinister" in Medieval heraldry indicated a bastard.

Goofy Gorilla - 2010-10-07
I want the people that were responsible for this show to be exposed. This is awful. I hate you Lurchi.
Lurchi - 2010-10-07
D :

There was a movie version recently with Jason Lee, Peter Dinklage and Jim Belushi.

FABIO - 2010-10-07
Nothing that came from Hanna Barbera is worth remembering.
cognitivedissonance - 2010-10-07
It wasn't Hanna-Barbera, it was W. Watts Biggers, who was a full-time professional ad-man until General Mills came up to him and demanded a cartoon show to go along with their latest cereals. At first they offered it to Jay Ward, who would have been in contractual conflict with his similar arrangement with Quaker Oats. He did have an early hand in development, though.

VoilaIntruder - 2010-10-07
FABIO may be wrong about who made the show, but the statement still stands on its own.

John Holmes Motherfucker - 2010-10-07
Pretty sure this isn't a Hanna Barbera. Whatever is left of my childhood seems to be telling me that whoever did this also produced GoGo gophers, Klondike Cat, and Tennessee Tuxedo. GoGo gophers was probably the most interesting as it was still sort of subversive to cast the indians as the heroes.

Wonder if I can find something to post on that.
numb - 2010-10-07
I loved this show.
RomancingTrain - 2010-10-07
I hated this show.
Pillager - 2010-10-07

mouser - 2010-10-07

pineapplejuicer - 2010-10-07
no YOU'RE wrong

WHO WANTS DESSERT - 2010-10-07
Dumb kids these days with their funny, well-animated cartoons that parents could watch with them and enjoy. Back in my day we had a half-dozen barely-animated parodies of film serials created by ad men consisting of nothing but bad puns and we LOVED it!
VoilaIntruder - 2010-10-07
This flying super-dog has the nerve to call himself "underdog," like there's a bunch of even better dogs just flying about and he's the crappiest one. This premise is too confusing, hopefully this gets retooled next season.
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