Wednesday, October 18, 2017
Monday, October 16, 2017
Saturday, October 14, 2017
Wednesday, October 11, 2017
If you keep up with my schedule on a regular basis then you know that this week I would normally post an article about a program that aired on Nickelodeon from the very late 1970’s threw about 1987, give or take. Well this week I’d like to post a little something for my ‘90’s Kids.
A few weeks ago, I while I was in Walmart, in electronics, I found several ‘90’s Nickelodeon programs on DVD. I took as many pictures for you as I could but some of them were down a bit far and I couldn’t reach them because my back was hurting. I tried to take pictures of the DVDs and the price. So’90’s Kids, this one’s for you!
OH, on a side note – I believe they **MAY** have Rugrats costumes out this year for Halloween but I haven’t seen them down here in Oklahoma so you may want to keep an eye out for them.
Saturday, October 7, 2017
Friday, October 6, 2017
Hosted by Marc Summers, the program premiered on Nickelodeon on October 6, 1986, as its first game show.
Wednesday, October 4, 2017
Saturday, September 30, 2017
Welcome to “In Search of Saturdays" an advertising space I’ve designed to help our members find those long-lost movies, cartoons, TV shows, toys, games and anything else that we’ve all been looking for, for a very long time.
The instructions are simple. Post your personal “looking for” list in the comments and we’ll all see if we can help you find what you’re looking for. - This will be a group effort please.
If you can’t remember the name of a show or toy that’s alright, post what you can remember and maybe someone here will be able to tell you what it is. Also, please remember that if you are listing television shows or movies please let us know if you are looking to purchase these shows or if you just want to watch them online. Then we, the members of the group, will help try to help each other and go “in search of” those items for our fellow members.
A good place to start our searches is iOffer which, in my opinion, is better than eBay because you can find lots of shows there that you can’t find anywhere else.
MY WANT LIST
This is a list of the Classic Nickelodeon programs that I’m looking for to purchase. Please note that I am a private collector who does not copy and resell my collection. The videos and DVDs that I collect are for my own private viewing here in my home or my Mother’s house where I originally watched them. If you have any of these and would like to sell me copies – for my private viewing – please contact me at email@example.com Also, IF YOU CONTACT ME VIA EMAIL PLEASE PUT THE NAME OF THE SHOW IN THE SUBJECT LINE. Thank you.
*** NON-VIDEO ITEMS ***
Muppets Magazine 1982
People Magazine – no date available – Marc Summers’ car accident article
Any '80’s women’s or children’s magazines
Early to Mid-1980’s TV Guides
*** REGULAR PROGRAMS ***
Kids’ Writes (other than the 6 episodes on youtube)
Nick Rocks Video to Go
Spread Your Wings
Standby...Lights! Camera! Action!
*** PINWHEEL CARTOONS ***
The Adventures of the Mole
Bunny in the Suitcase
Emily (my favorite)
The Magic Roundabout
*** SPECIAL DELIVERY ***
Beware, Beware My Beauty Fair
Clarence & The Ottaway (staring Billy Hufsey)
Kids’ Writes (have 6 episodes but would like more)
Silver City (The Righteous Apples special)
Wednesday, September 27, 2017
In 1969 graphic artist Ray Goossens created a cartoon character by the name of Musti, a little kitten who lives his mother and father in a little house in a rural village, surrounded by a large garden with animals and trees. According to the official website, the character was developed in 1945, but there is no documentation to support this claim.
By the 1990s Musti had already aired in two dozen countries with a total of 156 episodes but it had first been developed into an animated series in 1969 on Flemish television, with Rachel Frederix as narrator. With stories centering around young children specific stories are told in just a couple of minutes.
In 1980 Musti appeared on television the Netherlands, the narrators were Arnold Gelderman and Marijke Merckens. In the 1990s a second series was made, with a white background, with Musti's original pronunciation, Muh-sti, now changed to Moo-sti.
A new television series was created in 2007 giving the series a fresh new look. Gone were the white backgrounds and flat 2D images; now Musti, his family and his friends and even his home lived in a vibrant 3D world with Kristel Van Craen as the narrator.
Musti airs in Belgium, the Netherlands, Israel, Norway, Japan, Croatia, Portugal and the United States on BabyFirst TV. Al-Jazeera aired the series throughout the Arabic world.
The Flemish publisher Standaard Uitgeverij carries an extensive portfolio of Musti children's books, targeting children aged 3-6. Dupuis printed a number of Musti children's comics in French, based on the character's appearances in the magazine Bonne Soirée.
Educational software programs have been developed with Musti as the lead character. They are currently only available in Dutch. – On a side note they are also available on Android devices, I know because I have downloaded one of them.
Argentina: América 2
Australia: Canal ABC
Bolivia: Red ATB
Bulgaria: Super 7
Canada: Treehouse TV, 2007-2011
Chile: Canal 13, on the children's show Cubox
Colombia: Señal Colombia
Ecuador: Ecuador TV
El Salvador: Canal 19 local (Nickelodeon)
France: France 5 Teletoon
India: Disney Junior
Israel: Babyes TV
Italy: Rai YoYo and Rai 2
Latin America: Discovery Kids
Mexico: Canal 5
Panama: FETV Canal 5
Portugal: Canal Panda and RTP2
Scandinavia: Playhouse Disney
Southeast Asia: Disney Channel
South Korea: EBS
Spain: Clan and Boomerang
Sweden: SVT and STVB
Uruguay: Canal 5 - Televisión Nacional Uruguay
United States: BabyFirst TV
Venezuela: TVes and Cartoon Network
Tuesday, September 26, 2017
This evening, Tuesday, September 26, 2017 at just past 7 PM the Classic Nickelodeon Fan Blog reached OVER 100,00 total page views!!!!! Thank you to everyone to supports this blog, I could not have done it without you!!!
Monday, September 25, 2017
Saturday, September 23, 2017
Wednesday, September 20, 2017
Two really great Tomorrow People videos for you tonight. The first features Mike Holoway, who played Mike Bell in the Original Series, and his wonderful muical talent. The second is an interview with members of the Original Series at the Brit Sci Fi in Leicester from 2014. Enjoy.
Mike's video is on Vimeo so I was unable to post the actual video but please click the link above. Thank you.