Sunday, August 30, 2009

The Homemade Scooby-Doo Costumes For Halloween 2007

Every morning we would get up early either weekday or holiday. Most of us can remember really hope to get up on Saturday. Knowing there is no school, we would jump out of our bed in our foot pajamas, pour yourself a bowl of sweet cereal, and camping in the room for three hours. All this became one purpose: to watch Saturday Morning Cartoons. At that time, Saturday Morning Cartoons were a way of life, but not just the cartoons we coveted, it was also their theme songs. Even now, years later, many of us still have the theme song of our beloved cartoons stuck in the crevices of our memory. Here is our list of Saturday morning cartoon theme songs, when Saturday Morning Cartoons really cool.

Gummi Bears: Gummi Bears, bouncing here and there and everywhere (come on, you know the words). The Gummi Bears was the show introduced by a company that knows a thing or two about animation: Walt Disney. Centered around a group of bears with human characteristics such as fighting the bad guys in Medieval Times (yes, yes, this is a true story), The Gummi Bears praised for being one of the first Saturday Morning Cartoons. Ahead of time, animation behind The Gummi Bears precedent for others to follow. Theme song, too, frankly, quite amazing. Lyrics and songs make you feel happy to be up so early, and ready, if necessary, to fight any giant that comes your way.

The Smurfs: Ahem, mi mi mi ... .. La la la la la laaaaaa, la la la la laaaaaa. If ever there was a theme song, and a show, really unforgettable is The Smurfs. Produced by Hanna-Barbera, The Smurfs forever have a place in pop culture. A series of blue creatures who live in the small mushroom-shaped house, and always avoided the clutches of the evil wizard Gargamel, The Smurfs is the rock Saturday Morning Cartoons for nearly a decade. With the theme song - if any - easy to memorize, songs from The Smurfs is one that certainly will stick in our heads for life.

Alvin and the Chipmunks: Be careful, because here we come. Cartoon Alvin and the Chipmunks presents three orphaned squirrels and their adoptive father David Seville. The trio consists of the troublemaker Alvin, Simon, who is smart, and loved and always hungry, Theodore. Because squirrels released several recordings, the theme song for the television show should be great ... and that. The main storyline of the series featured David Seville as the manager, encouraged the squirrel to be successful through music training (Please note: do this in real life with real squirrels will only lead to rabies).

Scooby Doo: Scooby Dooby doo, where are you, we've got some work to be done now. Ah, good ol 'Scooby and the gang. Scooby Doo cartoon showing a dog with a Donald Duck-esque speech impediment to solve supernatural crimes with Shaggy, Velma, Daphne, and Fred. Another production of Hanna-Barbera, Scooby Doo remain on the most popular and recognized cartoon characters in animation history. Theme song also remains popular: just heard about it was enough to give you the desire for a Scooby snack.

Saved by the Bell: When I woke up in the morning and the alarm gives a warning. Okay, Saved by the Bell was not technically a cartoon, but it was on display on a Saturday morning cartoon line up so make a list. If you have a problem with it, speak with Slater. A series featuring my friends at Bayside High School six, Saved By The Bell was like a Breakfast Club for television. But, not all fun and games: every so often a "very special episode" will appear (remember when he was addicted caffeine pills? I pray he's okay). The theme song, it's hard to hear the alarm clock or missed the bus and not think about Saved by the Bell. Unfortunately, in real life there is no bell to save us when we're late, we usually only need to make a lie.

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