It’s hard to believe that Pee-Wee’s Big Adventure celebrates its 30th anniversary this week. Released on July 26th 1985 this little film went on to become a huge hit for Warner Bros.
In September 30th 1960 a milestone in animation history was made when Hanna-Barbera’s The Flintstones premiered on ABC. It ran for six season and opened the door to other prime time series from Hanna-Barbera The other series were Top Cat (1961), The Jetsons (1962) Where’s Huddles (1970) and Wait Till Your Father Gets Home (19702).
The Simpsons is celebrating its 25th anniversary of the premiere of the show that first aired on December 17th 1989 on the Fox Network and has gone on to be a worldwide phenomenon.
I know that a number of you were disappointed by yesterdays April Fools Post here at Pop Culture Maven. I wish that news was in fact true and hopefully someday Pushing Daisies will in fact return.
The Hollywood Reporter Sunday declared that Frozen “Box Office Milestone: Frozen Becomes No. 1 Animated Film of All Time”. And while that is a nice story to whip the masses to click to your site, it’s a very incorrect story.
When people think of handheld gaming their first thought is Nintendo but while they do pretty much own the handheld gaming market it might not have happened if it wasn’t for a little company named Milton Bradley and the first handheld system with changeable cartridge games Microvision.