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Forgotten Cartoone Hunt Anonymous 05/16/2021 (Sun) 15:40:40 No. 12991
I'm on the hunt for a couple, specific episodes of old cartoons - one was definitely from CN, while the other probably was. Don't remember the showS but do remember the episodes' contents very vividly. I'm pretty sure that the first was a one-off original which aired during a marathon. Essentially: a pied piper kind'o guy lures a bunch of kids to come live with him in a mountaintop village, which is apparently inaccessible by everyone but him and those who he entices. They all follow along, much to the dismay of their parents, who camp near the mountain and constantly plead for them to return. An entire decade passes and nothing changes - the kids are now teenagers and still living with the pied piper in his forbidden village, the parents much older and still imploring their return. I don't remember there being any resolution to this. It was pretty messed-up to 6 y/o me. The second went like this: a trio of little boys, possibly brothers, are all hunting for a highly-valuable trading card. The older two repeatedly fail to pull a copy despite spending a lot of money at a local hobby shop, but the youngest is ultimately successful. Being a toddler and unfamiliar with the card game however, he doesn't recognize that a card with a picture of a red wagon on it is extremely valuable, prompting the older boys to chase after him. I believe that these aired sometime around '03. Pics related. Hope someone here can be of help - I've been looking for these for a number of years to no avail.
The first one sounds like the electric piper https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HlcxrS5Gljc&t=661s
>>12992 Yeah, that's gotta be it. Closest thing I've seen to what I remember. No wonder I couldn't track it down. Thanks a million, anon! The other one shouldn't be too difficult, now.
I've asked this in three incarnations of /co/ and I'm going to do it again. First one: >mid to late 70s, possibly early 80s on Leafistani television, but it was Japanese so it could be older >anime or anime-adjacent cartoon >main character (and possible title name) is Com-Com or Cum-Cum or something similar >tales of a young hunter-gatherer tribe boy >wore a red fur, brown hair down to neck >I can only remember one episode where he was trying to show his older sister that her 20-year-old caveman boyfriend wasn't shit by trying, and failing, to best him at grown-up activities >serious with comedy elements, rather than actual comedy >pretty sure there were mammoths and other prehistoric mammals Second one: >saw this motherfucker way back in the mid to late 70s >Something about an evil man with a windmill that would turn children into monsters or slaves >it would alter their color pallettes >kid and his pet talking bat try to stop him >pet bat gets caught in blast and turns evil and black >they somehow fix everything and turn it all back to normal >saw it once, then never again Help me, /co/bi-wan Kenobi, you're my only hope!
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>>13071 Alright, no thanks to you buggers, I found the second one after about two hours of searching nearly every keyword I could think of. Jack and the Witch. It's not entirely as I described it (the "bat" is a mouse that looks batlike when transformed, the "man" is a witch), but I was 4 or 5 when I saw it, so I think I did pretty well, considering. >https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mg276CLBjjE >https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jack_and_the_Witch I remember being spooked by it and, watching it now, I can see why. This is some written-on-drugs, 5-year-old nightmare fuel.
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