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Discussion in 'Platypus Comix' started by Peter Paltridge, Jun 17, 2014.
Did this really appear on TGIF? I don't remember it at ALL.
It did. I've never seen this special, but I heard about it many years later.
People really didn't like Barney did they.
It's the most wonderful time of the year... time to dig out Rifftrax's take on the Ice Cream Bunny!
If you've got an hour to spare, here's an adaptation of A Christmas Carol, chopped together from various other adaptations of A Christmas Carol. 400 of them, to be exact.
Miyamoto drawing Mario on an iPad Pro, from start to finish.
The Nutshack Theme, but every time they say Nutshack it's the Bee Movie Trailer, but every time they say Bee, it's the Shrek trailer, but when one starts the others do not stop so it becomes a mess of overlays and a b**** to export.
A Christmas gift from Jon
So, somebody did a restoration of Frosty the Snowman with June Foray (and apparently Paul Frees as some of the children) from the Rhino Records CD, and in my opinion, I think the later voices are better, especially since that's what I'm used to.
Some time after Peter shared a Fox and the Hound TV spot that seemed reliant on clips of older Disney movies, I realized the film's advertisers repeated that tactic for some of the home video releases:
Kind of amusing that they chose a different set of clips for the second ad.
(On a side note, the theatrical trailer, and ads for the 1988 theatrical re-release, don't use clips from other Disney movies. Also, watching both of those theatrical promos in a row will strengthen your appreciation of Mark Elliot.)
Looking back at Carrie Fisher, it's insane how sharp-witted she was. Every single thing that comes out of her mouth is this sardonic one-liner that sounds like it took a team of writers two weeks. And no one ever noticed! I certainly didn't until she started her Force Awakens tour holding that crazy dog.
She also had an advice column in The Guardian, but she only got to write three editions of them.
Since you mentioned that movie, this reminds me of an ad for "Fox and the Hound 2" (which I haven't seen) where they quoted someone saying that it was "worth the wait". Okay...
As someone who has seen the movie, it wasn't.
Hey Peter, thought you'd get a kick out of this one. Someone took June Foray's recordings as Karen from the Frosty record and redubbed them back into the special:
Wes Anderson did this Christmas commercial for H&M and I never noticed it until this week.
Hey Peter, remember way back in part 3 of your Policy Trailer Jamboree, where you spoke with Randall Blaum about several odd Act III policy trailers you saw back in 1997? Well someone uploaded them, plus another with THX references, from the 35MM prints in glorious HD. He's also got quite a few other sound system trailers, too. (Fun fact: Act II was originally owned by Norman Lear through holding company Act III Communications- which is also how he co-produced Channel Umptee-3 with Sony Pictures.)
I found those a couple months ago, but thanks.
That guy's account is one to keep an eye on. He had an HD trailer for Jetsons: The Movie up for a couple days before YouTube took it down. I snagged it beforehand.
There's an "Interdimensional Cable" Reddit that's a goldmine for these weird, offbeat videos like these:
I'm working on adding a few videos from this thread to there.
Is this what drugs feels like? Or maybe hell? Hell on drugs? Pocket Snails fits one of those