Category Archives: Sunday Morning Nostalgia Crush

Sunday Morning Nostalgia Crush!

“Ghostbusters” by Ray Parker Jr. To say this was popular in the 1980s is an understatement. Before you ask: I never saw the film in theatres. Instead, I caught it on cable much later. It was in heavy rotation for … Continue reading

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Sunday Morning Nostalgia Crush!

Ebony and Ivory by Stevie Wonder and Paul McCartney. This song was very popular when I was in elementary school; I have dim memories of parodies of it on Saturday Night Live and in stand up comedy routines. If you … Continue reading

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Sunday Morning Nostalgia Crush!

The opening to Fantastic Max. This was in heavy rotation on Boomerang back when it first went on the air. To call it “trippy” is a bit of an understatement.

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Sunday Morning Nostalgia Crush!

The opening to The Karate Kid. Yes, this actually existed. Don’t ask. Just don’t.

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Sunday Morning Nostalgia Crush!

The opening to Automan. This aired in 1983 and looks like something I would absolutely watch, but I can’t say that I did. I have zero memories of this.

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Sunday Morning Nostalgia Crush!

The opening and closing to The Jetsons. Not-so-fun-fact: it seems everyone was living in those skyscrapers because the Earth’s surface was far too polluted for anyone to stay there. How… cheerful. 😦

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Sunday Morning Nostalgia Crush!

Sweet Dreams are Made of These by the Eurythmics. If you’re anything like me, the moment you heard those opening notes, you immediately saw a teenage kid racing through a school for “Gifted” youngsters. (Hands down, that’s the best scene … Continue reading

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Sunday Morning Nostalgia Crush!

The opening to The Man from U.N.C.L.E. This inspired a Japanese toymaker to create a special Walther P-38 toy gun, similar to one featured in the program, that could transform into a robot. Quite literally, this show helped to give … Continue reading

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Sunday Morning Nostalgia Crush!

The opening and closing to The Waltons. Not something I caught, though I think it may have been in syndication when I was younger.

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Sunday Morning Nostalgia Crush!

The opening and closing to The New Scooby-Doo Movies. Quite a few familiar names in those vocal credits. I caught this a few times on Cartoon Network back when it first started up.

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