41. Stan Jones did the voice of Doctor Octopus on Spider-Man. He also narrated the 1986 film Little Shop of Horrors.
42. 65 episodes of Bionic Six aired on television between April & November 1987.
43. Alan Oppenheimer (the guy who voiced Professor Sharp on Bionic Six)also played Dr. Rudy Wells in the early seasons of The Six Million Dollar Man.
44. Jim MacGeorge voiced Dr. Scarab on Bionic Six. He also voiced characters on DuckTales, The Jetsons and Foofur.
45. Unlike other 1980s Cartoons, Bionic Six has never been released on DVD.
46. Jennifer Darling did the voice of Madame-O on Bionic Six. She also voiced characters for The Smurfs and TaleSpin.
47. 60 episodes of the Care Bears TV show aired between 1985 and 1988.
48. The original artwork for Care Bears was painted by artist Claire Russell for American Greetings in 1981. The artwork was originally used for greeting cards.
49. Over 40 million Care Bears toys were sold between 1983 and 1987 and American Greetings printed over 70 million of their cards during the decade. Sales of their merchandise reached over $2 billion during the 1980s.
50. Three Care Bears movies were released in the 1980s.
51. 65 episodes (consisting of 95 segments) of one of my favourite 1980s Cartoons, Disney’s Adventures of the Gummi Bears aired on television between 1985 and 1991.
52. Adventures of the Gummi Bears was the first Saturday morning network cartoon series produced by Walt Disney Productions.
53. Princess Calla was named after the daughter of NBC president Brandon Tartikoff.
54. Disney’s Adventures of the Gummi Bears inspired the 1994 Cartoon show Gargoyles.
55. Disney’s Adventures of the Gummi Bears was the subject of a 1993 Australian psychological experiment.
56. Michael Rye did the voice of Duke Igthorn for the Gummi Bears TV show. He also voiced characters for DuckTales and The Smurfs.
57. Actor James Marsden did the voice of Cavin for the Gummi Bears TV show. He’s voiced characters for various cartoon shows and games and also appeared in episodes of Baywatch and Star Trek: Deep Space Nine.
58. 256 episodes of The Smurfs aired on television between 1981 and 1989. 7 Specials were also broadcast on television during this period.
59. The Smurfs is based on the Belgian comic strip series of the same name. The comic strip was first published in 1958.
60. The Smurfs comic strip series was created by the artist Peyo (who also served as story supervisor of the television adaptation).