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Greg B
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There are some awesome animation posts on YouTube.

Some are just re-edited animation works with different songs attached like this one featuring the Incredibles and the song "I Need A Hero".

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PYyWf6QlAs0#gfI2NrR1ARk

Others are brilliant like this CG video where a giant Nazi robot fights a giant U.S. robot. It really is entertaining.

http://youtube.com/watch?v=nqEpMltv02k&mode=related&search=


You'll find umpteen dubs and re-edits of anime and video game animation with different songs but you'll also find those gems where someone doing 2D or 3D presenting their stuff. Also some classics like School House Rock and those Sesame Street and Electric Company animations. I'm still waiting for my fav Sesame Street animation "The Greeblies".

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Greg B
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http://youtube.com/watch?v=T6wSMzYvg94

Okay which one of you did this film?

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Michael W Howe
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http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cDtqHOAClJ4

Years ago, there was one 'Pinky and the Brain,' which had the Brain in a recording studio, trying to record commercials, but kept having issues with the wording for his commercials. However, like most young people (me being a teenager), we didn't get it.

It wasn't until a few minutes ago, that it all fit into place! The episode was based on an actual clip of Orson Welles in a recording studio, having quips and issues with the different commercials he was recording. This works surprisingly well.

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"He's got three Piston Cups!"
"He did WHAT in his cup!??"

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There's an even funnier gag, based on the same Orsen Welles lore, in THE CRITIC. Welles (voiced by The Brain's Maurice LaMarche) is a spokesperson for green peas, and he expresses disgust after reading about the product's intense "green peaness".

Youtube funny:
CARTOON BLOOPERS

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http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vG-WXr2tBpw

for some reason, I'm in retro-mode.

This was a music video from the 'Jetsons Movie,' with music by Tiffany. Years later,it's interesting to watch given how many different art styles they interspersed through the video.

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