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The Big 80's Cartoon Page

To the children of the Eighties,

The following is a page dedicated to those who created the cartoons of the 1980s and built for those of us who enjoyed them. The basic nature of the page is to provide theme songs for each cartoon and a picture or two with information on the cartoon and lyrics for the theme song. All theme songs on here I collected from various places, the sites which were used will be listed in the left column as a way of acknowledgment, appreciation, and promotion, along with another page composed of enitrely links to pages which bear a relation or a resemblance to this one. Any copyrights on the substance of this page if ever, though highly unlikely, are to be brought into question then I will remove the unlawful content and maintain the best page possible. (Below is a list of every cartoon or show that I have the theme song for or am planning to put on my page). Also on the page are some cartoons of the 70s and some Early 90s.


Cartoon Theme Songs


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In no particular order the theme songs on this page are:

Transformers, GI Joe, He-man and the Masters of the Universe, She-ra Princess of Power, M.A.S.K., Thundercats, Voltron, Gobots, Jem(and the Holograms), Gummi Bears, Smurfs, Inspector Gadget, The Adventures of Teddy Ruxpin, Jonny Quest, Denver the Last Dinosaur, Bravestarr, The Mysterious Cities of Gold, Ulyssees 31, Rainbow Brite, Care Bears, My Little Pony, Strawberry Shortcake, Silverhawks, Spider-man, Wonder Woman, You Can't Do That On Television, The Muppet Show, Fraggle Rock, Reading Rainbow, Sesame Street, and Gumby

Those in the process of being put on:

Speed Racer, Super Mario Brothers Super Show, Punky Brewster, ALF, Shirttales, The Wuzzles, COPS, The Real Ghostbusters, Muppet Babies, Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, Astroboy, Fat Albert, Ewoks, Winnie the Pooh.

The theme songs I am still looking for and would be deeply in gratitude to those who could help me in finding them or sending them to me:

Pinwheel, Blackstar, Visionaries, The Letter People, Picture Page, Green Lantern, and any others that can be thought of or apply.

The following is off of the SoundAmerica site:

"For those folks who run Windows NT or Windows 95 and are feeling particularly adventurous, Microsoft has released the new beta version of their Media Player. It contains the MPEG-3 codec, as well as a bundle of other nifty capabilities. You can get the new version by clicking on this link:

Get NetShow"


This counter's screwy... sometimes works sometimes doesn't... Over 80,000 hits in case it says otherwise. This page has been visited times.

This website was awarded the Totally Awesome! site of the day June 2nd, 1999.