The 80s Charts
A list of the No1 singles of this week in The 80s
Police- Don't Stand So Close To Me
Adam & The Ants- Prince Charming
Musical Youth- Pass The Dutchie
Culture Club- Karma Chameleon
Stevie Wonder- I Just Called To Say I Love You
Midge Ure- If I Was
Madonna- True Blue
MARRS- Pump Up The Volume
Whitney Houston- One Moment In Time
Black Box- Ride On Time
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Ulysses 31 (宇宙伝説ユリシーズ31 Uchū Densetsu Yurishīzu Sātīwan, lit. Space Legend Ulysses 31) (French: Ulysse 31) is a French-Japanese animated television series (1981) that updates the Greek mythology of Odysseus (known as "Ulysses" in Latin) to the 31st century. The show comprised 26 half-hour episodes and was produced by DiC Audiovisuel in conjunction with anime studio Telecom Animation Film. This is also the first show produced by DiC Entertainment as an independent company (the company's first series, Archibald le Magi-chien, was produced when it was a division of the RTL Group). Today, the rights to this show, along with most of DiC's other programs, are owned by DHX Media.
The plot line of the series (made by the French Jean Chalopin) describes the struggles of Ulysses and his crew against the divine entities that rule the universe, the ancient gods from Greek mythology. The Gods of Olympus are angered when Ulysses, commander of the giant spaceship Odyssey, kills the giant Cyclops to save a group of enslaved children, including his son. Zeus sentences Ulysses to travel the universe with his crew frozen until he finds the Kingdom of Hades, at which point his crew will be revived and he will be able to return to Earth. Along the way they encounter numerous other famous figures from Greek mythology who have been given a futuristic twist.
Loved this 7/10
Donna Summer- The Only One (non-single 1989)
Classis S/A/W track from her quite superb album Another Place and Time.
An in depth look at some of the most popular Cartoons of the 1980s in our Cartoons Section
CARTNS OF THE 80s
An in depth look at some of the most popular Cartoons of the 1980s