Friday, April 16, 2010

He-Man Live at Universal

Continuing a theme from Wednesday, here's an old commercial for an appearance by He-Man and the Masters of the Universe at Universal Studios. For you He-Man aficionados: the voice over on this commercial sounds like Prince Adam.


Wednesday, April 14, 2010

Shirt Tales Live at Six Flags

We've mentioned before the Shirt Tales brief stay at the Six Flags parks back in the mid-80's. Today, the WWoB crack research team has unearthed video of the Shirt Tales appearing live at Six Flags Astroworld all the way back in 1985. The audio is so low, you can't really hear it but enjoy a minute and a half of a group of teenagers getting paid minimum wage to dance around in these gigantic costumes...

Sunday, April 11, 2010

SNL Recap 4/10/10 - Tina Fey

On any given Sunday that follows a night where a new Saturday Night Live debuted, you can be guaranteed that the internet will be filled with recaps and reviews of the the previous night's episode. Last night former SNL head writer Tina Fey hosted, along with something called a Justin Bieber as the musical guest. The show was fantastic and filled with great SNL moments, some will be future classics. Instead of adding my own review to the heap that's been posted in the last few hours, I'll post a link to (of all places) The Wall Street Journal for a recap that features videos of a few of the great skits.

I also really liked Keenan Thompson's Al Roker impression:

Sunday, April 04, 2010

Funny Little Bunnies

There's actually not a lot of Easter-themed material from the Walt Disney Studios early years. Walt Disney felt that Easter wasn't as marketable in other parts of the world so the resources were never put into backing many Easter cartoons. In fact, here's about the closest Disney ever came to an Easter cartoon - the 1934 Silly Symphony Funny Little Bunnies.








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