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Muppet Babies opening sequence question

Discussion in 'Muppet Babies' started by wiley207, Oct 20, 2007.

  1. Drtooth

    Drtooth Well-Known Member

    And the best part of that? They have a live action clip of Dr. Teeth and the Electric Mayhem watching the show and bouncing to the beat of the theme song. I just love that.

    Actually, it's more like, "they're down in the basement putting on shows." But otherwise you're correct.
  2. wiley207

    wiley207 Well-Known Member

    Yep. Maybe the Electric Mayhem was watching the show since their own Animal was in it. :halo:

    But I'm not sure who it is that says "HUH?" It might be either Baby Piggy or Baby Gonzo. Their "Huh?"s sound similar
  3. BigBirdABCDEFGH

    BigBirdABCDEFGH Well-Known Member

    What about Baby Animal?
  4. BigBirdABCDEFGH

    BigBirdABCDEFGH Well-Known Member

    Block Shows

    Seeing as this incarnation was a "block" type show (at least two segments), do you have any other favorite shows that were "block" shows? I know there were a lot of Hanna-Barbera cartoons between the mid 1970s and the early 1980s that were part of blocks, such as:

    *The Tom & Jerry/Grape Ape Show (1975-1976) (Mumbly, a Muttley reworking that bordered on Scooby-Doo-type mystery solving, was added, replacing one T&J rerun for the course of 16 weeks in the 1976-1977 season). T&J itself was of course a continuation of the old 1940-1967 MGM theatrical cartoons, and Grape Ape ("Grape Ape, Grape Ape") was a huge purple gorilla (bystanders would say "A gorilla-la-la-la!" when they're distraught by his presence) who had the vocal mannerism of Lurch Addams (and R&B singer Barry White), assisted by his sidekick dog, Beegle Beagle.

    *The Scooby-Doo/Dynomutt Hour (Show) (1976-1977) (Scooby-Doo is a mystery-solving Great Dane assisted by four friends named Shaggy, Fred, Daphne and Velma; and Dynomutt: Dog Wonder is a Batman parody featuring a robotic dog who malfunctions at times, with the title character bordering on Robin: Boy Wonder, and his sidekick Blue Falcon/Radley Crown, a socialite art dealer by day, bordering on Batman/Bruce Wayne). This would segue into Scooby's All-Star Laff-A-Lympics for the 1977-1978 season, introducing us to Captain Caveman (his trademark was his elongated battle cry of "CAPTAIN CAVEMAN!") and Laff-A-Lympics which itself was a parody of ABC's Wide World of Sports and Battle of the Stars.

    ~Ben (BigBirdABCDEFGH)
  5. scottishpiggy

    scottishpiggy Well-Known Member

    all this talk of muppet babies has made me go and put my dvd on :)
  6. Rugratskid

    Rugratskid Well-Known Member

    So wait, are you mbfan07?
  7. wiley207

    wiley207 Well-Known Member

    No I'm not :p
  8. Rugratskid

    Rugratskid Well-Known Member

    Oh. :laugh: Sorry about that. Do you have any episodes of Muppet Babies?
  9. mimitchi33

    mimitchi33 Well-Known Member

    That's easy: Garfield and Friends!

    About the opening sequence, that could possibly be one of the older seasons. I haven't seen the show since I was in kindergarten, so I don't remember much.

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