Babar by Marina M.

February 2, 2007 at 11:04 pm 2 comments

Recalling all of the cartoons I used to watch when I was a kid.. .I remember only one cartoon show that really made sense.. and that’s BABAR! YEHEY!!!

It’s one of my old time favorite cartoons on the I channel. It’s about a rich family of elephants. The cast includes Babar as the daddy Elephant as the King of the jungle as well.. wait was he? I remember he had a crown.

Its actually a great show ‘coz its not just all comedy stuff.. it has family values. I really like it because it like shows how to deal with usual conflict within families…Babar’s family is like an ideal family. He’s the ideal dad and his wife (I forgot the name) is the ideal mother of a family… I remember I even cried while watching one episode of it coz I got really touched by the story.. I think its about Babar’s relationship with his kid..(whom I also forgot the name) I can only remember Babar!!! Hahaha!:)

I hope they come up with more of this kind of ‘toons.. something that is not too serious but with values as well… that’s what kids actually need nowadays!:)


Entry filed under: Cartoon+Heroes, Cartoons, nineties+foreign+shows, TV shows, Videos.

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  • 1. Caruray  |  February 3, 2007 at 1:56 am

    I super love this show! I used to watch it with my little sister and little brother. I agree Marina; this show is what kids really need because it does teach good family values, which many children lack nowadays.

  • 2. Geoff  |  February 8, 2007 at 9:04 pm

    I do remember this.. I don’t think it really registered into my head. haha! I guess it lacked that FLAIR to kids.


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