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post #1 of 10 Old 12-02-2011, 09:01 AM - Thread Starter
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http://www.amazon.com/Underdog-Compl...2843539&sr=1-2

When the city is in trouble, humble and lovable Shoeshine Boy turns into his alter ego Underdog to stop a series of villains, including the evil Simon Bar Sinister and Riff Raff. And when TV reporter Sweet Polly Purebred finds herself in danger, no one but Underdog can save the day!

Now you can enjoy the 1960s cartoon canine superhero in this complete collection that includes all three seasons of the classic series. Each of the nine discs features Underdog's greatest adventures along with all of the original shorts from Go Go Gophers, Klondike Kat and Commander McBragg.
It's up for pre-order.


I like Underdog very much and look forward to getting this. I have two Sony Wonder sets and a bootleg set with up and down PQ. The Sony set lacks the original theme music for the other characters like Go Go Gophers. Pretty lame.
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Go go gophers, watch them go go go. What do indians do? woo loo woo loo woo woo loo loo... Or something like that.

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go go gophers, watch them go go go. What do indians do? Woo loo woo loo woo woo loo loo... Or something like that.

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One of the people responsible for Underdog being released is Mark Arnold who also wrote the book, "Created And Produced By Total Televison Productions." The book is about all the TTP cartoon characters (Underdog, Tennessee Tuxedo, The King & Odie etc.). He responed to a Amazon review I posted and said that Tennessee Tuxedo will also get an official release in the future.
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Geez, the memories come flooding back. It was always a toss up between Underdog and Mighty Mouse when I was a tot in the 60's and deciding which was my favorite.

Wait, no, Bugs Bunny trumped 'em all!!!

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Go go gophers, watch them go go go. What do indians do? woo loo woo loo woo woo loo loo... Or something like that.

larry

I just saw I mis-remembered the song. It's "What can two indians do?"

Don't know if I could watch some some of these 'toons again or not.

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Don't know if I could watch some some of these 'toons again or not.

I remember watching Tennessee Tuxedo and The King & Odie when I was a child on Saturday morning. Even then I thought they were pretty awful.

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Wait, no, Bugs Bunny trumped 'em all!!!

Right. I love most old classics, but Looney Tunes/Merry Melodies rulez forever.

"But I didn't do it...!"
"I knew you'd say that"...*BLAM!*
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I love Underdog!! (Doesnt seem to be on VHS )
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+1.

Everyone has their favorites and Underdog is one of mine. Good characters, villians, stories, music, cliff hangers.
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