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18 Kids Movies From The '90s You’ve Probably Forgotten About

Let's be honest, some of these films deserve to be forgotten.

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8. Jetsons: The Movie

Year released: 1990

Random tidbit: The movie features the final voice roles of George O'Hanlon (the original voice of George Jetson) and the legendary voice actor Mel Blanc, who is best known as the voice of Bugs Bunny.

9. Jungle 2 Jungle

Year released: 1997

Random tidbit: The movie was a actually a remake of a 1994 French film, Un indien dans la ville. It was also the feature film debut of Being Human’s Sam Huntington.

10. Kazaam

Year released: 1996

Random tidbit: The movie is far from a classic (it's actually pretty awful) and in 2012 Shaq told GQ why he made the film, saying, "I was a medium-level juvenile delinquent from Newark who always dreamed about doing a movie. Someone said, 'Hey, here's $7 million, come in and do this genie movie.' What am I going to say, no? So I did it."

11. Little Big League

Year released: 1994

Random tidbit: The movie tried to ride on the coattails of previous baseball-themed kids films, like Rookie of the Year and The Sandlot.

13. North

Year released: 1994

Random tidbit: Not even the all-star cast, which included Bruce Willis, Kathy Bates, Elijah Wood, and Julia Louis-Dreyfus, could save this box office bomb. The film — on top of being panned by critics — was nominated for six Razzies, including Worst Director for Rob Reiner. The movie also marked the film debut of Scarlett Johansson.

15. That Darn Cat

Year released: 1997

Random tidbit: The movie, which bombed at the box office, was actually a remake of the 1965 film of the same name. But the film did help its star, Christina Ricci, grab a Nickelodeon Kids' Choice Awards nomination for Favorite Movie Actress.

18. Tom and Huck

Year released: 1995

Random tidbit: Despite the fact that the film starred two very popular ‘90s teen idols, JTT and Brad Renfro, it was a box office disappointment.

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