As a kid, I was drawn to Who Framed Roger Rabbit because it featured the likes of Mickey Mouse and Bugs Bunny, Donald Duck and Daffy Duck, etc. etc. I remember thinking that it was neat that they combined animation with live-action footage, but more than anything it was a funny movie that had a great story.
Disney owns both Pixar (and their colorful emotions) as well as Lucasfilm (what with the Han Solos of the world). When you own those kinds of intellectual properties, you can mash ’em up, throw ’em up on the web.
90s kids remember a lot of things, at least that’s what the internet tells me. Whether or not that’s true, one thing that I’d have to imagine that most 90s kids remember more fondly than most, is the Disney Afternoon, a block of original cartoons that ran from 1990 through 1997.
We know that the Duck Tales theme song works with Beyonce’s Single Ladies video, but does the Duck Tales intro work with Single Ladies as a theme?
A remake of any show’s opening credits typically gets discarded into my mental rubbish bin as soon as I see it, but being that this is a remake of Recess, one of my favorite cartoons ever, I gave it a shot.
Video editor, Simone Rovelli has put together some immensely amusing video clips where famous female actresses (and cartoons) lose their heads.
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