Evidently, by the time I was watching it, there were several seasons in the bank and they would air them indiscriminately.
Ever notice the vices of various cartoon characters?
UnderDog would get his ass kicked, pop a magic pill and win.
AquaBoy would get his ability from chewing gum.
To bar, the Eighth Man would meet a foe he couldn't handle, whip out an Atomic powered cigarette and supercharge his system.
Most notable for H. R. Puf n stuff
Siegfried and the sea monsters
Also Land of the Lost
It always started with something about the American flag and patriotism, then switched to "Modern Farmer" (WTF? In the NYC area?)
Then on to Rocky and Bullwinkle.
Loved those "Fractured Fairy tales."
As a really little guy, I think I watched "Romper Room" but I can't really recall much if anything about that show.
I remember a cartoon named Mighty Mouse. I was very very young. I remember wanting to kill Mighty Mouse. I didn't like that mouse. It wasn't normal. But I didn't have anyone to talk to about how much I hated him. A child councelor at that age might have been a good idea. I was a disturbed little f*ck.
Howdy Doody... I watched the early show, dialing for dollars, or other movies. Hated that darned kids show I had to watch once. Hated the yelling and screaming brats.
Later: Sunrise Semester. General Electric Theater. Alfred Hitcock Presents.
Didn't like that stupid Lost on an Island somewhere but did like the many loves of dobby gillis, mainly for the hippie guy who didn't like to hear the word 'work'.
I just vaguely remember dialing for dollars. I agree with the Wizard Zoom sucked.
p.s. Zoom sucked!
C'mon Wizard! They had their own "Pig Latin". Hubbi frubbiends...
From the little ditty they would sing in their "letters" segment, I still remember the zip code for Boston, Mass: 0...21..34.
Her Mom and Aunt never forgave her.