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Topic: 70s or 80s cartoon (19 msgs / 514 lines)
1) From: gin
Dennis:
Are you sure you are not over with Alfred and his way cool mug-o-Martini?
ginny

2) From: Dennis Parham
well... a OFF Coffee subject.... I have been looking for a crazy 
cartoon from the late 70s to 80s ... about this pirate or something 
that was in a ship that sailed to the moon and there the moon king was 
going to destroy earth and they had to have a race and win so not to be 
destroyed... it was Quite kewl I thought... anyone know that name?? it 
was not a series I do not think...just like an after school cartoon or 
something....For some reason I get the name Moonlight Madness  but I 
cannot find any cartoon named that specifically....hmmm
Dennis Parham

3) From: Gary Townsend
Really Dennis, what are you doing with those ground up green beans..hnmm?
This last post cinches it. Are you and your Pasquini not getting along?
:-) Gary
On Tue, 7 Dec 2004 13:03:27 -0600, Dennis Parham  wrote:
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4) From: Dennis Parham
LIVIA is in the shop getting upgrades! :D
Dennis
On Dec 7, 2004, at 2:09 PM, Gary Townsend wrote:
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5) From: Gene Smith
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Are you sure you're not thinking of a segment of The Adventures of Baron 
Munchausen, Dennis?  Robin Williams as the King of the Moon?
Gene Smith
riding the wild learning curve, in Houston

6) From: Dennis Parham
maybe..was it a cartoon? seemed to be quite long.... Im looking for a 
cartoon...
Dennis
On Dec 7, 2004, at 4:08 PM, Gene Smith wrote:
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7) From: Dennis Parham
Gene...it might be based on this..I cannot remember but I seem to 
remember it was a sailboat... but I could be confusing that... but I do 
remember a moon king or ruler and the cartoon was WACKY strange... I 
remember REALLY liking it ... but seems like there was only one 
episode...
Dennis
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8) From: Brent - SC/TO Roasting
Dennis,
What part of the U.S. were you in when you saw it?  Sometimes that makes
a difference.  One of my favorite shows as a kid was Lucy's Toyhouse,
but it wasn't national it might have just been seen in Ohio.
Brent
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9) From: Dennis Parham
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I was in Oklahoma but I ust researched and found this! and I think we 
are on the right track! if i can only find it!!
" The film does boast some of Gilliam's ensemble talent. Eric Idle as 
Berthold, the world's fastest man, has been a Python cast member and in 
most of Gilliam's films. Watch for a very young Sarah Polley (the 
down-on-her-luck woman from Go)in a major supporting role, reminding 
the Baron of her faith in him.
  This is an important film. It entertains as well as educates. It does 
teach that faith, confidence, and imagination can help to accomplish 
many things. It also teaches that failure will only happen if one 
believes that it will.
  I do remember an old cartoon show from the early 1980's about the 
Baron entitled Moon Madness. It was broadcast on HBO during this time. 
If anyone finds a copy of this, show it to your children. It is very 
entertaining."
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Dennis Parham
On Dec 7, 2004, at 4:47 PM, Brent - SC/TO Roasting wrote:
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I was in Oklahoma but I ust researched and found this! and I think we
are on the right track! if i can only find it!!
Arial" The film does boast
some of Gilliam's ensemble talent. Eric Idle as Berthold, the world's
fastest man, has been a Python cast member and in most of Gilliam's
films. Watch for a very young Sarah Polley (the down-on-her-luck woman
from
Go)in
a major supporting role, reminding the Baron of her faith in him.
 This is an important film. It entertains as well as educates. It does
teach that faith, confidence, and imagination can help to accomplish
many things. It also teaches that failure will only happen if one
believes that it will.
 I do remember an old cartoon show
from the early 1980's about the Baron entitled
FFFF,0000,0000Moon
Madness. It was
broadcast on HBO during this time. If anyone finds a copy of this,
show it to your children. It is very entertaining."
  
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Dennis Parham
On Dec 7, 2004, at 4:47 PM, Brent - SC/TO Roasting wrote:
Dennis,
What part of the U.S. were you in when you saw it?  Sometimes that
makes
a difference.  One of my favorite shows as a kid was Lucy's Toyhouse,
but it wasn't national it might have just been seen in Ohio.
Brent

10) From: Dennis Parham
I think this one you found was supposed to be a serious "work of Art" 
but Im not sure it is it... they used live actors in front of cartoon 
shells..Id like to see this one too! But the one I am talking about is 
a full on cartoon...  I found some decent info on the Baron Prasil
Dennis
On Dec 7, 2004, at 6:53 PM, James Pratt wrote:
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11) From: Dennis Parham
hehehe.....well... um... er...
Dennis
On Dec 7, 2004, at 6:27 PM, gin wrote:
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12) From: James Pratt
Dennis,
There was a Czech cartoon (done in 1961) that might be what you're remembering, if it was ever available with dubbing; I got this info from imdb.org by doing a search on "Munchausen." Unfortunately, imdb doesn't show any stills, so it's sort of hard for you to guess (and REALLY hard for me to guess) if it's the thing that you saw. The Gilliam film (a favorite of mine, too) is live-action. All the other entries at imdb seem way too old, but the Czechs were doing some pretty amazing animation in the '60s... Maybe I (or you) should do a Google on "Baron Prasil" (its original title)...
                                 James

13) From: Dennis Parham
This might be the Cartoon!  but I cannot find any pics of it! but I DID  
find the name!!  http://www.bcdb.com/bcdb/cartoon.cgi?
filmY128&cartoon=Le%20Secret%20Des%20S%e9l%e9nites%20
Dennis
On Dec 7, 2004, at 6:53 PM, James Pratt wrote:
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14) From: Brent - SC/TO Roasting
Dennis,
On Google, do an image search with the name Le Secret Des SÚlÚnites.
Several images with different names come up.
Brent
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15) From: Brent - SC/TO Roasting
Dennis,
On Google, do an image search with the name Le Secret Des SÚlÚnites.
Several images with different names come up.
Brent
Roasting in an SC/TO
For drip, moka, and presspot brew
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16) From: Brent - SC/TO Roasting
Dennis,
On Google, do an image search with the name Le Secret Des SÚlÚnites.
Several images with different names come up.
Brent
Roasting in an SC/TO
For drip, moka, and presspot brew
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17) From: Dennis Parham
BRENT! THANKS! That is it!! here!!  The English Version is called Moon  
Madnesshttp://www.cinaff.com/image.php?
image=le%20secret%20des%20selenites&l=fr&ajout=ok
Dennis
On Dec 9, 2004, at 7:17 AM, Brent - SC/TO Roasting wrote:
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18) From: Dennis Parham
I have FOUND the movie!! wow that was difficult!! but everyone who has
helped me... THANKS!!  MOON MADNESS IS MINE!! I bought the VHS new and
still in plastic never viewed from a old video warehouse!! SWEET! I
have now watched it about 5 times!! lol Im posting some pics on my
site if anyone is cusious! hehe and maybe a vid clip! its HILARIOUS!
and a little crazy! I had a lady who investigates large databases and
she could not even come up with any info on it! but last week the end
of my 20 year search (quest) was at hand! now back to some Yemen MOKA
Mattari shots! hehehehttp://homepage.mac.com/dparham_is/PhotoAlbum22.htmlTHANKS ALL YA!
Dennis Parham
On Wed, 8 Dec 2004 19:14:24 -0800, Brent - SC/TO Roasting
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Dennis Parham

19) From: R.N.Kyle
nice pics Dennis
RK


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