Me and my little brother loved our Saturday mornings! We would wake up super early, wrap up in our blankets, bring our stuffed animals, cereal bowls and assorted toys and hunker down in our living room every Saturday morning, keeping the shades pulled down, of course - and sit, completely excited, while show after show came on. In the mid 1970s, animated and kid's programming was VERY different from today. I feel SO fortunate that I grew up when I did! I see kid's shows today, and cartoons, and it amazes me at how it all seems targeted to learning disabled children. We had ACTUAL heroes, and cartoons stars that looked like actual human beings! Today they have a square yellow sponge that wears shorts, the "super heroes" all have square heads and no actual human form to them. It seems like any hint of reality has been pulled out and done away with and has been replaced with really simple, trite or downright ridiculous looking filler. I LOVE all the programs created by one of the best and most loved studios, FILMATION. From their animated shows to their live actions series, they filled those hours with QUALITY! And even threw in a moral of the story at the end of the episode. I remember the excitement and delirious joy I felt when the live action THE SECRETS OF ISIS aired, along with SHAZAM! As a kid, this was a BIG DEAL! And made Saturday mornings an explosive day of fun! Their version of FLASH GORDON - to this day - remains one of the most beautiful, faithful and beloved adaptations ever done. From BAT MAN and Fat Albert, to Star Trek to the DC Justice League and Teen Titans to Tarzan, Flash Gordon, he-Man, She-Ra and more, they ALWAYS entertained and amazed, every time. For my money, FILMATION was and is and always will be the tops in Saturday morning and animated entertainment.