This six-part series follows the efforts of dedicated enthusiasts committed to restoring retired fighter planes to their former glory.
In the town of Willowby, a tall skinny blue dog named Foofur has inherited his late master's wealthy estate. Foofur and his niece, Rocki, spring some animals from the Bowser Busters' van whom Foofur befriends.
Foofur and his friends have an enemy in a woman named Mrs. Amelia Escrow and her pet Chihuahua named Pepe. As executor of the will that placed Foofur in charge of the estate, Mrs. Escrow has tried many times to sell the estate. But her plots have always been thwarted by Foofur and his friends as they also protect their home from rats, cats and greedy humans that have always been thwarted by Foofur right under her nose.
Lazer Tag Academy (1986)
Produced by Ruby Spears Animation, this cartoon was based on the Lazer Tag toys. The series aired on NBC from Sept. 13, 1986 to Aug. 22, 1987, and was canceled due to the bankruptcy of Worlds of Wonder (the makers of the Lazer Tag toys). The series followed the adventures of Jamie Jaren, a 13 year-old Lazer Tag champion from the year 3010, who journeys back in time to stop the evil Draxon Drear. She joins forces with her ancestors, Tom, Beth and Nicky Jaren, who also share her special powers. For most people, the Lazer Tag weapons (called "Starlites") are harmless toys, but for others like the Jarens, they become weapons that allow them (along with the Star Sensor) to travel in time, move objects, etc.
This series follows the well known food critic Matthew Evans as he finds and settles into a farmlet in rural Tasmania. To succeed in this new venture he must learn about the best animals to rear, how to plant a fruitful garden and to cook with a woodfired oven. Matthew's philosophy is that to really know our food, to trust our food, we need to have an association, or at least knowledge of, those that grow it or rear it for us. The more degrees of separation from our food, the less it resonates in our lives.
The story of a first love, the one you think is the greatest and the only real one, that makes you daydream, laugh and cry at the same time, not knowing why.
Popeye and Son (1987)
Popeye and Olive are now married, and they have a son, Popeye Jr. Bluto is also married- to a woman named Lizzie- and he also has a son, Tank. The kids are just like their father... except Popeye Jr. hates spinach. Wimpy has a nephew, Francis.
The New Archies (1987)
An attempt to revive the Archie show formula, this one takes place with the Riverdale residents as pre-teens. The New Archies was not disimilar to the Little Archie comics, in that it set the characters as children. However, Chuck Clayton (and his girl Nancy), and Moose's Midge, eliminated from previous shows, were not here either. Instead the new characters of Amani and Eugene were added to give the show a bit of racial diversity, Eugene replacing resident genius Dilton Doiley. The show actually ran for only one season, the following comprised merely of re-runs. It also inspired its own line of comic books, as well as a bit of merchandising, including restaurant promotions.
Twenty-two years ago an earthquake destroyed the Kanagawa region of Japan. It caused the land to split and project upwards reaching extraordinary heights. It created the secluded area known as The Lost Ground. After the earthquake, The Lost Ground became home to a rising number of alter users, those with the psychic ability to change matter and create alters with unique powers. To control this lawless land the special police force, HOLD was created within an anti-alter unit, HOLY. But none of this matters to a native alter user, Kazuma. He is one of the few people that is gifted with the Alter ability. It allows him to turn his right arm and torso into a metallic alloy.
Cats + Cash = Chaos!
From creator and executive producer Doug TenNapel comes a wild new comedy about three brothers. Catscratch's stars are Mr. Blik, Gordon and Waffle, who happen to be cats, which were raised in a mega-mansion by Mrs. Edna Cramdilly. After her death, Edna left her house and all her money to the cats. The rich kitties live a wild life of freedom and adventure and they can't seem to keep out of trouble.