80s cartoons at the movies: Anyone see them at theaters?

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  1. Gaastra

    Gaastra Well-Known Member

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    There were alot of cartoons getting big-screen movies in the 80s. What i want to know is did anyone here go to the theater to see any of them?

    We were kinda poor in the 80s so we only went to the movies maybe 6 times in the first half of 80s but i did end up watching one. (we did get to see et and gremlins however) A school field trip had me and my class going to see the care bears movie. (yeah i know but we did get out of class to go to the movies!) I didn't get to see any other. (I wanted to see transformers so much.)

    What about the rest of you? Any stories? Here are the 80s movies based on shows that got a theater release.

    Transformers the movie
    Gobots: battle of the rock lords
    Robotech the movie
    Smurfs and the magic flute
    Mighty mouse and the great space chase
    Bon voyage charlie brown: and don't come back!
    I go pogo: Pogo for presedent
    looney looney looney bugs bunny movie
    Bugs bunnys 3rd movie: 1001 rabbit tales
    Daffy duck's movie fantastic island
    Daffy duck quackbusters
    Heathcliff the movie
    Hey there it's yogi bear (Re-release 1986)
    My little pony the movie
    Babar the movie
    Here come the littles
    Care bears movie
    Care bears movie 2 a new generation
    Care bears adventures in wonderland
    He-man and she-ra: secret of the sword
    Bravestarr the movie
    The chipmunk adventure
    Rainbow brite and the star stealer
    Puppetoons movie
    Pound puppies and the legend of big-paw



    Did anyone see any of them at the movies?
     
  2. pinoy78

    pinoy78 Shoji Kawamori having FUN

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    That cluster%uck called Robotech: The Movie was never released in a theater.

    IIRC it went straight to VHS. Screw you Harmony Gold.
     
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    It got a texas release.
     

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