From “Ghostbusters” To “Robocop,” These Kids Shows Were Based On Movies Meant For Grown-Ups


RoboCop was one of the most successful films of the 80s. It was kind of a surprising choice to be adapted into a children’s cartoon. However, the animated series was able to tone down the violence and focus more on the heroics of the titular character.

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The RoboCop series was produced by Marvel Productions, the company behind Spider-Man and His Amazing Friends. This show was created with a younger audience in mind, so the movie’s violence was toned down. Still, it kept the original lead.

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