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Discussion in 'Platypus Comix' started by Peter Paltridge, Jun 17, 2014.
Take some outdated stuffs
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If Pat Benatar had become famous in the 70's instead of the 80's, she would have sounded like this.
We got the better version.
How many of you know that Jodie Foster had a brief stint as a singer in the 70s?
For some reason, my processing of June Foray's death has been my hardest and weirdest processing of a famous person's death since maybe Carrie Fisher (and even then I spent the next two days after it sick in bed and therefore missed the news of Debbie Reynolds' passing). Anyway, I feel this old clip needed to be shared
June fascinates me with her ability to store so much voice power into her tiny frame. She almost reminds me now of Kristin Chenoweth (who's about the same height as her - btw, I'm not much taller than either of them).
Got two more episodes of Nick Knacks for ya. We're kicking off our look at Nickelodeon's 1979 lineup with two shows of which no footage exists! I try to make do.
By The Way
I would like to do a Nick-Knacks-type thing for the DuMont Network (1946-1956). Could you give me any hints and tips on how to do this would be greatly appreciated.
What exactly do you need help with? Getting footage? Editing? Audio? Writing the videos?
I've decided my voice is too crappy, so I'm going to make web pages instead.
Hey Greg -- when you get to The Third Eye, you can point out that its native country of England considers it to be "the scariest programme ever made for children." Also, you can find the entire thing online starting here:
Ray Parker Jr. performs "Ghostbusters" at the Oscars, and the Dorothy Chandler Pavilion appears (key word) to become haunted:
(If only I could find video of Huey Lewis and the News performing "The Power of Love"...)
R.I.P. the only person who could make Pink Lady and Jeff watchable.
Matt Groening's dad Homer (for real) created experimental films. Here's one:
A Super Mario World cartoon reanimated with a different artist every scene. 227 animators in all!
the best part is that it's Mama Luigi, a staple of the early days of YTP!
my current Rocky and Bullwinkle kick yielded two more discoveries: a 45 single recorded by June Foray in character as Rocky:
(which has a flipside sung by Bullwinkle)
and also the outtakes which have probably been featured in one of these threads before, but it doesn't matter because everyone needs to see that the actors were lit af
Gary Larson interview.
The Wizard of Speed and Time (1988?)
I love the archive and especially the Kmart section! Archive also has 30 gigs worth of underground music (mostly ambient stuff and weird droning) from the 80's and 90's here: https://archive.org/details/noise-arch
It's interesting how obscure Filmation's feature output has become. I didn't know about this one until today. Like their Pinocchio film, it remains exclusive to VHS.
Oh yeah, and Hitler's in the thumbnail, I guess.
A UPA short made in 1945 that's more forward thinking than society is today.
Here's a relatively new YTPer who needs more recognition. This is his newest poop which was uploaded earlier today.