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  1. Little_Sam at |

    I remember the Hanna-Barbera version of Godzilla growing up and I did not think it was that bad. Yes it was predictable and corny, but what cartoon show can you not say that about? It is true that the real stars of the show were the team of scientists. But then the real star of The Incredible Hulk was Dr. Banner and so I don’t see the difference. Godzuki I admit was a goofy character, but he provided much needed comic relief. Maybe Godzuki was a little over the top, but then he was supposed to be that way. In summary, I did not think the Hanna-Barbera version of Godzilla was that bad. Give me the Hanna-Barbera version of Godzilla over Yo Gabba Gabba! any day!!

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  2. 5minutes at |

    Attack of the Killer Tomatoes… how was that a “great” movie? Great as in “so terrible it’s good”, maybe, but great great? No.

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  3. Ryan at |

    The Clone Wars is not only one the most well done cartoons on television but is also one of the best shows period. It’s very well animated, keeps with the storyline and is very well written. I just get the feeling that whoever came up with this list is old.

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    1. Crazysan at |

      Wow, I too was shocked to see The Clone Wars included on this list. Sure the MOVIE was pretty weak, but the TV series has been stellar! Critics & viewers alike agree, IGN, IMDB, Amazon, etc. reviews are all very favorable towards The Clone Wars TV series. Season One started off slow for the first few episodes, but really picked up in quality towards the end, and later seasons just get better & better.

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      1. Ogdrin at |

        Okay, I hated the Star Wars prequels with a passion, but I loved Clone Wars. It definitely doesn’t deserve to be on this list. It took a crappy movie and made something great out of it. That’s the opposite of what this premise is about.

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        1. Marc at |

          I’m a little on the fence about Clone Wars, but I lean towards liking it. Some of the story lines are just terrible and have no purpose to them. Some, however, are pretty good. The story about Ventress after Dooku dismisses her has been pretty good. The arc titled “Secrets Revealed” was pretty good. I’m enjoying the one with the Mandalorians too. But then there are so many that are just nonsensical and serve no purpose in the story other than keeping the show on the air.

          I like it, but only enough to get me to keep giving it a chance.

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          1. Crystal at |

            Typical Start Wars Nerds!

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    2. Moses at |

      Star wars the clone wars are you kidding it’s one of the best cartoons around

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  4. Lola at |

    I can’t believe that the Back to the Future cartoon series wasn’t on here…but then again, I remember liking that show quite a bit.
    So maybe it’s right that it should not be on the list.

    Very well then.

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  5. David Fullam at |

    I was the neighborhood Godzilla expert, so the rest of the kids always looked to me for Godzilla opinions. Man, did I hate the HB show. Godzuki needed to die a horrible death in the worst way. How could they screw it up so bad? Godzilla didn’t look right, didn’t have the trademark roar, breathed fire and not a heat beam, had laser vision, and got dehydrated from being on land too much. WTF? At least it couldn’t get worse.

    Oh…wait. American Godzilla movie. I stand corrected.

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  6. Fred Matson at |

    The Clone Wars is a great cartoon series. My kids love it, and the story is very well written.

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  7. pj_campbell at |

    So you saw two episodes of the clone wars and decide it’s one of the worst animated series based off a movie? Wow…Sure, the first few episodes were rough, but the show got MUCH better, and has actually become a great show on it’s own. I actually wish the prequels had been half as good as this show turned out. I think you need to sit down and reevaluate it.

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  8. Peter Boucher at |

    How about this. Cartoons that were a spoof or parody on famous television shows. Here are 2 examples. 1). “The Flintstone’s” was a cartoon comedy based on “The Honeymooner’s” Jackie Gleason, Art Carney and Co. and 2). “Top Cat” was a cartoon based on the old Phil Silver’s show, “Sgt. Bilko”. Two other facts. Back in the 50’s and early 60’s when a husband and wife went to bed on their respective TV show, they would sleep in separate beds. The Flintstone’s (Fred and Wilma) we’re the FIRST to sleep in the same bed. Also, if you remember The Sgt. Bilko show from the 50’s, there was a character named Pvt. Doberman. He was the rather dimwitted, short, rather heavy set Private in Bilko’s platoon. When the Sgt. Bilko show went off the air, he then provided the voice over for the cartoon character “Benny” on Top Cat.

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  9. ed at |

    The clone wars was all right, and i can’t believe “Extreme Ghostbusters” wasnt on the list. The writing of this list is very dry, btw.

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  10. Dennis at |

    I think they should make a cartoon version of “Chariots Of Fire”–The most boring movie of all time.

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    1. David Fullam at |

      AMEN!

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    2. TopTenz Master at |

      You must not have seen The English Patient then. Yawn.

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  11. Mike D. at |

    The Clone Wars is a great….GRRREAAAAT show. But Lucas killed the star wars brand a long time ago in a galaxy far far away.

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  12. Peter Boucher at |

    Let us change the theme of the name of this list to “Great Cartoons turned into terrible Movie Spoofs. Here is my prime example. The Rocky and Bullwinkle Show turned into the movie : “Rocky and Bullwinkle” starring Robert De Niro as Fearless Leader (what was he thinking when he chose that role !!??) Jason Alexander as Boris and Rene Russo as Natasha.

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  13. AstroFrog at |

    Regarding Clone Wars: never mind how good the cartoon is, isn’t this list supposed to be GREAT movies with cartoon spin-offs? The Star Wars prequels were just awful. George Lucas once managed to sell an empty box because it was SW-branded, a shiny rock’s not much of a stretch. Lucas sold out long before this show… Star Wars Holiday Special anyone?

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  14. Capnsaveemm at |

    WTF are you talking about Godzilla you MORON? That was a great cartoon and I love the theme song too.

    Up from the depths, 30 stories high, breathing fire, his head in the sky Godzilla! Godzilla! and Godzuki.

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  15. Rivky M at |

    bs’d
    You left off the worst cartoon spin off eeeevvvaaah.. Spaceballs! Ugh!

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  16. Felicity at |

    A lot of those shows weren’t terrible. The Robocop cartoon was pretty good, and Rambo was OK.

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  17. Cody at |

    Jackie Chan Adventures was freaking brilliant. It wasn’t supposed to be taken seriously. It was a comedy for crying out loud. The comedy was golden, and unspoiled by dating. I still love watching it on various websites. Bite me. Jackie Chan Adventures ruled.

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  18. bhanu at |

    well i think that jackie chan adventures was pretty good and was full of comic moments. and clone wars wasnt bad either.

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  19. astrosspace at |

    Toxic Crusaders based upon Toxic Avenger
    Beetlejuice
    Back to the Future
    Teen Wolf
    The Mask
    Ace Ventura Pet Detective
    Bill & Ted’s Excellent Adventure

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  20. Ben123 at |

    I cannot believe this list! The Godzilla cartoon was pretty good actually! I did enjoy it actually. Both me and my dad are both HUGE Godzilla fan’s but we enjoyed the cartoon! Jackie Chan Adventures is also a really great show with some great humor and action! But the fact that you went as far to put FREAKING, STAR WARS: THE CLONE WARS ON THIS LIST IS RIDICULOUS!!!! Some of you may think I’m overreacting a bit, and maybe I am but i’m sure that SOME of you feel the exact same way. Let me tell you something PAL the fact stands that if you ACTUALLY CONSIDER FREAKING STAR WARS: THE CLONE WARS, to be not just a BAD show but a TERRIBLE ONE! You sir have VERY LOW STANDARDS!!!! UGH! Thank god I got that out of my system!

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