I'm still surprised some of those 60s shorts made it into the Golden Collections! But I'm still glad crap like LT Babies or Loonatics is long gone, proof that these could fade into obscurity. About Chuck Jones, I love pretty much his stuff from around 1942, when his cartoons got real funny, to...
Sorry for complaining, man. I really thought it was dumb. I mean, don't get me wrong, I love modern stuff like Regular Show and Adventure Time, but I really can't stand for that Family Guy-esqe humor.
Your at least right for keeping the characters afloat, unlike letting them fall into obscurity...
Jay Ward was a legend. His stuff was always hilarious and he always went for the laugh. He and Bill Scott were two comedy legends and you could tell that they all loved the characters, satire, and cornball puns.
And while I could go on about that, I wanna say this... where the heck...
Hello Jim, I gotta few questions I'd like you to answer:
1) Just wondering, what is the earliest surviving piece that Jim did, and can we see it, like on Youtube or something?
2) Are there any Muppet productions in the public domain?
3) Are any of the old guard Muppeteers, like Frank and Jerry...
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All in the Family
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The Muppet Show
Jim Henson Hour
Batman (Adam West version)
Sonny and Cher
Monty Python's Flying Circus
Good god is this horrible.
I'm a big Looney Tunes fan, and this show is just crap!:mad:
The only things I like about this show are the great designs by Jessica Borutski (a combo of Clampett, Jones, anime, and herself) some animation on Daffy (which is top-notch), and some voices. The rest is...