History WesternAnimation / GoldieGoldAndActionJack

9th Nov '16 8:58:15 AM nombretomado
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As a side note, JackKirby did the character designs.

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As a side note, JackKirby Creator/JackKirby did the character designs.
15th Apr '16 11:23:45 PM Mikeyfan93
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'''This show has examples of:'''

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'''This !!This show has examples of:'''of:
22nd Feb '16 5:26:27 AM tropower
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* AlliterativeName
22nd Feb '16 5:25:31 AM tropower
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* BattleButler: Travis "Action" Jack... since Goldie [[FauxActionGirl wasn't particularly actiony]] herself.

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* BattleButler: Travis "Action" Jack...Jack Travis... since Goldie [[FauxActionGirl wasn't particularly actiony]] herself.



* JustFriends: Goldie and Jack, likely for the sake of the Saturday morning crowd.

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* JustFriends: Goldie and Jack, likely for the sake of the Saturday morning crowd.Jack
30th Dec '14 9:55:58 PM ZeroWizard
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* KeepCirculatingTheTapes: Not all episodes are on VHS, and it's not even out on DVD.
** One episode, if you count the WB's "Saturday Morning Cartoons 1980s Volume #1" DVD.
23rd Sep '13 2:42:23 PM MarkLungo
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10th Sep '13 3:53:13 PM MarkLungo
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The premise of the series, as spelled out in the opening, is that 18-year-old Goldie Gold, the "world's richest girl", founded her own newspaper, "The Goldstreet Journal". She and her companion, daredevil reporter "Action" Jack Travis, go on adventures across the globe solving crimes and reporting on them to the paper's editor, Sam Gritt. The series featured a new villain and caper each week, and an array of fantastical and improbable gadgets that helped Goldie and Jack in essentially ''any'' situation. The RichieRich comparisons were inevitable, though despite many jokes about the sort of things Goldie could buy, the focus was more on the action and adventure while the gadgets simply appeared to keep the plot moving. The show also tended to follow some fairly familiar tropes of contemporary series, particularly shows on which Joe Ruby and Ken Spears had worked for Creator/HannaBarbera.

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The premise of the series, as spelled out in the opening, is that 18-year-old Goldie Gold, the "world's richest girl", founded her own newspaper, "The Goldstreet Journal". She and her companion, daredevil reporter "Action" Jack Travis, go on adventures across the globe solving crimes and reporting on them to the paper's editor, Sam Gritt. The series featured a new villain and caper each week, and an array of fantastical and improbable gadgets that helped Goldie and Jack in essentially ''any'' situation. The RichieRich ''ComicBook/RichieRich'' comparisons were inevitable, though despite many jokes about the sort of things Goldie could buy, the focus was more on the action and adventure while the gadgets simply appeared to keep the plot moving. The show also tended to follow some fairly familiar tropes of contemporary series, particularly shows on which Joe Ruby and Ken Spears had worked for Creator/HannaBarbera.
1st Sep '13 11:17:55 AM DragonQuestZ
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* BigFancyHouse: And we mean big. The hallways make up an UnnecessarilyLargeInterior.


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* JustForTheHeliOfIt: Goldie sometimes flies her helicopter in her house, often for a chase scene.
8th Aug '13 12:59:19 PM DragonQuestZ
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* StandardFemaleGrabArea: Goldie gets this a few times.

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* StandardFemaleGrabArea: Goldie [[http://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/goldie_gold_captive_2332.jpg gets captured this way a few times.times]].
16th Jul '13 7:34:00 PM DragonQuestZ
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* StrappedToARocket: Goldie is in a clip in the opening.

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* StrappedToARocket: Goldie is shown this way, in a clip in the opening.
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