Chuck Norris' Karate Kommados & Mr. T's Saturday Morning Cartoon Now Streaming For FREE on TubiTV

 That's right! For all you retro fiends and classic cartoon lovers, these two 80's gems have now been added to TubiTV's FREE streaming site. 

by robotGEEK

Karate Kommandos was a short 5-episode Mini-Series released in 1986, and it's honestly a damn shame it didn't get picked up for a full series because it's great as a gloriously cheesy ultra-violent cartoon. I mean, they just don't make them like this anymore. 

Since there were only 5 episodes produced, it was released as a full-length movie on VHS instead of by episodes as was the norm. One of the most surprising aspects of this particular cartoon was that Chuck actually provided the voice work himself. 

Mr. T ran longer for a total of 3 seasons and 30 episodes, beginning in 1983. This is great news for me personally because I actually never got around to this one and it's been a cartoon I've been wanting to see for some time now. I just never got around to pulling the trigger on the Hanna Barbera DVD collection. 

Both of these shows were produced by the legendary Ruby-Spears Enterprises (Rambo: The Force of Freedom 1986) and released onto DVD via Hanna-Barbera at a really great price. 

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