Saturday Morning Cartoons: Dogtanian and the Three Muskehounds (1981-82) 

On this week’s episode of Saturday Morning Cartoons, come with us and reminisce about the early 1980s, a time when we got cartoons about just about anything and everything, when Around the World in 80 Days, Tom Sawyer, and a few others were turned into dogs (and sometimes cats) stories. The focus of today is on one particular instance of this that spawned a few reboots and films: Dogtanian and the Three Muskehounds. Based on the book by Alexandre Dumas, Les Trois Mousquetaires (The Three Musketeers), something that has also been adapted by Disney with Mickey in the lead. Here, D’Artagnan is our lead, as usual, and he is now known as Dogtanian, because why not! 

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Saturday Morning Cartoons: Snorks (1984-1989) 

So, we took a week off from Saturday Morning Cartoons… Ya girl was a bit burnt out what with all the fests and conventions overlapping in July. So here we are, back at it for August and today, today is special, today is a visit with the Snorks. You know, those weird little underwater beings that look kind of like Smurfs, but with breathing apparatus on their heads, a bit like a snorkel tube? Yeah, those cute little guys. 

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Saturday Morning Cartoons: Space Battleship Yamato (1974) [SDCC 2022] 

Back in the 1980s, growing up in Quebec meant getting Saturday and Sunday morning cartoons from around the world, dubbed into French, this usually done in France, and imported to our television screens. One of the more elusive ones of that period was Space Battleship Yamato. It didn’t necessarily play regularly or as much as the others, but it was around and for a Star Wars kid, it was AWESOME! 

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