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Things we enjoyed as kids in Poland


zetigrek
11 Aug 2010 #61
Ok, polish stuff:

Kulfon i Monika!
...
Kulfon, Kulfon co z ciebie wyrośnie...

Tik Tak
...

5-10-15
OP pgtx 30 | 3,156
11 Aug 2010 #62
how about these:

gra

wu

saturator - water and juice
ws poland
zetigrek
11 Aug 2010 #63
how about these:

Oh I remember that game! I love ir. A wolf have to catch all eggs! Is it this one?!
Sokrates 8 | 3,346
11 Aug 2010 #64
ow about these:

Still have four of those, eggs, starships, tetris and racing one.
zetigrek
11 Aug 2010 #65
Have you been also listening to Koto compilations?

youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=dOh4B7zPx70
MareGaea 29 | 2,752
11 Aug 2010 #66
This is also Polish, but when I was a kid it was every Sunday afternoon on TV, first the German TV, later on on the Dutch TV as well:

Bolek i Lolek :) Or is it Lolek i Bolek? In NL they said Lolek en Bolek.

M-G (loves Lolek en Bolek)
zetigrek
12 Aug 2010 #67
No kidding! You have Bolek i Lolek?!

Oh, oh do you know Reksio?

Miś Uszatek is liked in Japan. Japan version here:

MG How about Czech cartoon "Krecik" did you know that also in Holland?

What was the name of that cartoon about a boy who draw everything with a magic pencil???
MareGaea 29 | 2,752
12 Aug 2010 #68
No kidding! You have Bolek i Lolek?!

Yes we had, at least when I was a kid I watched it every Sunday afternoon :)

We also had Reksio, although we called it Rexje or Rexio, but that's just a minor difference in spelling.

MG How about Czech cartoon "Krecik" did you know that also in Holland?

Probably, as we also could watch a lot of Czech animations on German TV. I was born and raised near the German border, that's why we always could receive German TV, also before there was cable, just a little antenna on the roof - we in fact could receive more German channels than Dutch channels, but that was just because there were more public German channels than Dutch ones at the time :P

>^..^<

M-G (remembers very vividly)
Pani Grazynka - | 12
12 Aug 2010 #69
youtube.com/watch?v=UEeJz4dIA6c
ha! Observed my cousing watching it. It came back to me some time ago but couldn't recall its title. I knew it used to be maths freaks favour, a bit loopy and paranoid to me, perhaps, because of a language barrier. But still, it must be running strong as a cullic theme among polish peops in the UK as so many of them wear those puffy camisoles even these days:D love it, though
zetigrek
12 Aug 2010 #70
Oh no! Pi and Sigma... I hated it... it was most psychodelic kids programme I was watching those times!
MareGaea 29 | 2,752
12 Aug 2010 #71
The fun thing with Lolek en Bolek and Rexje was that every kid all across the world could enjoy it...They don't speak actually, they just make sounds that every child everywhere understands. Yet they don't seem to have broadcasted it in the UK or Ireland as nobody I know seems to remember it.

Btw, I heard that the creator of Lolek en Bolek later on got into a nasty copyright court case. A shame! This guy who made so many children across Central/North-West Europe should get the payments he was due!

>^..^<

M-G (tiens)
zetigrek
12 Aug 2010 #72
This is a children series produced in 1984 and since then it have been broadcasted every summer break ;) Nice tune from that movie!

"Siedem życzeń" (Seven wishes) performed by Wanda i Banda ;)


MareGaea 29 | 2,752
12 Aug 2010 #73
You Polish kids probably know this Dutch cartoon as well:
...

Invented by singer Herman van Veen, it became popular world wide. Don't tell me you've never seen it as a kid if you're in your twenties and early thirties :)

His original name is Alfred Jodocus Kwak, but in Poland he was called Alfred Jonatan Kwak .

>^..^<

M-G (tiens)
zetigrek
12 Aug 2010 #74
I remember the tune but I don't remember the cartoon... :)

In Poland there was also a cult German cartoon, probably known also in Holland.
Pszczółka Maja (Maya the Honey Bee):

edit. It was Japanese anime based on German story
Paulina 13 | 3,459
12 Aug 2010 #75
how about these:

Oh I remember that game! I love ir. A wolf have to catch all eggs! Is it this one?!

Wow, I remember this! That was fun to play! :D

I remember all of it, except for water and juice saturator and those Koto compilations...
OMG, so many memories :D

What was the name of that cartoon about a boy who draw everything with a magic pencil???

"Zaczarowany ołówek"! I liked it very much :)

This game reminds me of that cartoon:
maxandthemagicmarker.com

Yes we had, at least when I was a kid I watched it every Sunday afternoon :)

We also had Reksio, although we called it Rexje or Rexio, but that's just a minor difference in spelling.

Wow, I didn't know about that :O
:)

"Krecik" rules! ;)
OP pgtx 30 | 3,156
12 Aug 2010 #76
so many cartoons!

and i loved this one:
...

and it was something for out parents too! lol
...

and


zetigrek
12 Aug 2010 #77
Sąsiedzi

but the music is from he-man... my bro had lots of figures from He-Man. What was the name of the women version of he-man
OP pgtx 30 | 3,156
12 Aug 2010 #78
but the music is from he-man...

that's some messed up version... sorry...
MareGaea 29 | 2,752
12 Aug 2010 #79
Pszczółka Maja (Maya the Honey Bee):

Actually, it was Czech and yes, I remember that as my younger brother always watched it. Die Biene Maya and it was presented on German TV as a Czech animation movie.

Alfred J. Kwak's tune is indeed very well known; the original (Dutch) lyrics go a little sth like this:

"Ik ben vandaag zo vrolijk, zo vrolijk, zo vrolijk.
Ik ben vandaag zo vrolijk, zo vrolijk was ik nooit."

The rest of the lyrics would be too difficult for a non-Dutch person.

>^..^<

M-G (tiens)
Paulina 13 | 3,459
12 Aug 2010 #80
but the music is from he-man... my bro had lots of figures from He-Man.

He-man... ;D "Na moc Posępnego Czerepu, mocy przybywaj!!!" My God, I still remember this ;D

"Sąsiedzi" is also Czech :)
zetigrek
12 Aug 2010 #81
Buka... I was always afraid of her so much...

Good night! ;)
MareGaea 29 | 2,752
12 Aug 2010 #82
By the way, this Sąsiedzi is really Polish? I saw that too as a kid but always thought it was English or Czech.
Did you guys have a Polish version of Sesame Street?

>^..^<

M-G (yes we had a lot of Polish and Czech children's programmes besides our own of course)
Paulina 13 | 3,459
12 Aug 2010 #83
You Polish kids probably know this Dutch cartoon as well:

Wait a minute, I remember that cartoon! :)

And I remember also some newer cartoon about a vampire duck who ate carrots, I think o_O and had a teleporting castle ;D
Edit:
en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Count_Duckula
zetigrek
12 Aug 2010 #84
By the way, this Sąsiedzi is really Polish?

No, no. Its Czech.

Did you guys have a Polish version of Sesame Street?

yes but very late. My generation was watching American version from the 80s (in Poland broadcasted in the early 90s). It was voicedovered so I learnt alphabet and numbers in english :)))

And I remember also some newer cartoon about a vampire duck who ate carrots, I think o_O and had a teleporting castle

Kaczulla!
zetigrek
12 Aug 2010 #85
My fav commercial - I was a teenager then (2002) but I can't refuse ro myself not to post it ;)



It makes me feel so warm...

NorthMancPolak

Whar about Thorgal??? ;)



and Kajko i kokosz ;)
Sokrates 8 | 3,346
12 Aug 2010 #86
My god this is one trip down a memory lane...
Eurola 4 | 1,909
12 Aug 2010 #87
Oh, wow! Thanks NorthMancP. Tytus, Romek i A'tomek - very funny comics series.
I loved landrynki (hard candy). Every store had a big jar of them on the counter...then they disappeared just like everything also.
skysoulmate 14 | 1,295
12 Aug 2010 #88
Pszczółka Maja (Maya the Honey Bee):

I loved pszczółka Maja!
...and Tytus cartoon
...and "cztery pancerny" (sp?)
and "gumę Donalda z obrazkami" LOL
...and "moją dziewczynę" w pszedszkolu who kept wanting to "show me hers if I showed her mine" while we were taking afternoon naps... LOL

Oh, the good 'ole days... :)
convex 20 | 3,978
12 Aug 2010 #89
pszczółka Maja

biene maja :)
zetigrek
12 Aug 2010 #90
"cztery pancerny"

Czterej Pancerni i Pies.

Did you watch also Stawka większa niż życie? (Hans Kloss)


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