The Princess in this cartoon is very sexy. But just to, ahem, "drive home" the message, the sly animator
gives us these two doors with their suggestive shapes.
Doomed: a biological cartoon! from El Señor Studio on Vimeo.
Over one year ago, I posted a one-minute snippet from this great cartoon. Now, here's the whole ten-minute version.
Evil snowmen is a horror trope that had never occurred to me. But I'm sure it's in one Stephen King novel or another already.
Anthropomorphic icicles is another notion I was blissfully unfamiliar with. Can they really run far enough and fast enough to the north to escape Spring?
How a sardonic adult western ever loaned its name to a sappy kids' cartoon will remain forever a mystery. Whose brainstorm was that? In any case, please revel in the ghastly animation.
And if this happens to be a potent nostalgic item for you, you can buy the recently released complete series at Warner Archives.
Wikipedia entry here.
Remember when Bart Simpson won a radio contest and had to choose between a live elephant and lots of cash--and he chose the elephant?
I wonder if that happened back in 1970, when this contest ran?
I wish I could find a better scan to read the fine print. But the first sentence seems to promise the winner a real beast if desired.
OZO from OZO Team on Vimeo.
This one deserves to be watched in fullscreen mode.
The Frogs' Bollocks and Other Assorted Bollocks from Stephen Ong on Vimeo.
Safe for Work? Of course! It's like an episode of PBS's Nature
I hope every WU-vie's morning goes better than this.