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Mr Magic
Animaniacs - Chairman of the Bored

A favorite among Animaniacs fans.

Pip Pumphandle has a lot to say and he'll stop at nothing to share his stories.

The average person can shake hands with another person for about 3 seconds. Pip will shake hands for at least 5 minutes.



They really nailed the Don Corleone parody. Frank Welker's voice of the Don was so convincing.


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A day is like a dollar. It can be spent wisely or foolishly.


   
ThatDudeintheHoodie
Oh yes, the Marlon Brando jab
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Mr Magic
What an appetite! XD
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A day is like a dollar. It can be spent wisely or foolishly.


Silvervix
Les Miseranmials - Animaniacs.



SUCH a well-done parody. Easily my favorite episode on the series.
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"Even though I'm cheating like a btard, this is still surprisingly hard" - Ross Scott.

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eddstarr
Back in the 80's PBS would run short subjects from the National Film Board of Canada, especially the animated shorts. One of my favorites was "Safety Dog" and his Guide to Home Safety (from a canine's point of view).
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eddstarr

Fans of "Farscape" know that John and D'Argo are actually friends - which makes this episode of the show so much fun, watching these two guys go after each other Looney Tunes style in,"Revenging Angel".

Still living in the afterglow of the 20th century when this episode aired in the Summer of 2001.

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Mr Magic
Pokemon - Bye, Bye Butterfree
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A day is like a dollar. It can be spent wisely or foolishly.


eddstarr
Disney's "Magic Highways, USA" from 1958 is always fun to watch.

 
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mickyarber
Oh where to begin......

Classic Looney Tunes, especially Bugs Bunny, Road Runner & Coyote, Foghorn Leghorn, Yosemite Sam.

Classic Tom & Jerry are gold in my eyes.

The 60's-70's Disney offerings that weren't full length films like Casey Jones, Mighty Casey at Bat, John Henry, Headless Horsemen etc.

Droopy

Popeye
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eddstarr wrote :

Disney's "Magic Highways, USA" from 1958 is always fun to watch.

 
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Hilarious. I like how the technology gets more combined. They couldn't describe or couldn't imagine advances like satellite or cellular service, so they put teletypes in the cars!   
 Meanwhile, the streets go upside down for no reason, and nobody ever walks.
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eddstarr
I've posted this one many times at RetroJunk. It's, "The Big Snit" from 1985.

 
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