Hanna - Barbara Cartoon Characters

debodun

Well-known Member
How many watched these cartoons as a kid? I got these figurines one Christmas. Missing a few, though. They came glued in a cardboard display box, but since I wanted to play with them, I took them out. Probably ruined the value as a collectible doing that.

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RadishRose

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Probably ruined the value as a collectible doing that.
SO WHAT! What's more important?

A crappy set of 60's figures you will never sell as a collectable, or-
A little girl using them for what they were intended for- happy playtime???

Honestly Deb, re-think your priorities here. Donate them to a child hasn't got much to play with, maybe?
 

550101

New Member
Sure, I used to watch them as 1 kid. Huckleberry Hound was my favorite, with others being Top Cat and Yogi Bear. I was never really into the Flintstones, though my family used to watch every day at lunch.
 

Pepper

Member
How were you to know about collectibles way back then, deb? My sister & I used to take the baseball cards with all the big stars of the '50's and prior and fold them and fly them like airplanes. I'd be a millionaire right now if I had them mint. So would we all.
 

Kaila

Senior Member
I enjoyed this thread comments, giving reminders of all of them... I liked the Jetson's and the Flintstones

Yes, Dino's greeting for Fred seemed so very hilarious.
 

CinnamonSugar

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As a young child, couldn't wait for Walter Cronkite to say, "And that's the way it is" at the end of the news b/c that meant the Flintstones were on next!!
 

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