Rob and Doug find a Mickey Mouse cartoon that’s surprisingly public domain, and you can see why. Holy cow!
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That was GREAT! More riffs, more riffs!!! They’re funny, punchy, and quick. Loved Frank.
Saw this cartoon covered in a Phantom Strider video on Youtube. Jesus, this is fucked up. Still, I appreciated Frank XD
As a fan of MST3K this was so enjoyable. Very funny and nice riffs.
If you want to take a look at another weird/dark cartoon try Betty Boop’s “Bimbo Initiation” (1931). (Bimbo is the name of the main character…)
(I have no idea if it’s public domain, but you can at least watch it for yourselves)
Too many bullseyes! too many bullseyes! bullseyes overkill aaaaaahhhhhhhhhhhhhhh!
These riffs jokes definitely write themselves, they’re just way too easy. Brad Jones Cinema Snob was so right about his DVD-R-Hell episode of the 1980’s Conservative Christian Scare Propaganda talk show “Deception of a Generation” in which hosts Phil Phillips and some other guy Rod Burgundy talk discuss the possible Satanic occult indoctrination and influences in toys and cartoon shows in the 80’s.
“Aww, another proud volunteer to watch the Emoji movie!”
“Good night Pluto! Good luck surviving Hurricane Irma!”
“That was way worse than Donald’s dream about becoming a Nazi”
“You might be wondering where Minnie was in all of this. She was the doctor’s first victim. Bye!”