of no fixed subtitle
October 31, 2006
15 years ago
I only got to watch the first minute or two before my officemates came back! But I did find the classic 1929
cartoon. I remember watching it in school every year when I were a nipper.
, that brings me back. When I was a kid, my cousin had this toy (I dunno what it was called), that you stuck a film cartridge in one end, looked through a view finder and cranked it to watch movies play. This was one of those movies. I used to roll it backwards and forwards in the foot sweeping part for hours. All we had was a crummy Viewmaster.
By the by, that part where the one skeleton uses the two femurs of another skeleton to play on the other skeleton's bones was realized by Mickey Hart in a song called Bones from the album
Ha ha ha! Fab. I remember when that video (the original) was first shown on UK TV - they made a big deal out of it and showed it all (the whole car running out of petrol schtick), I think during some all night 'rock around the clock' programme. I may well have videoed it...
I've searched and searched but can't find my favourite all time thriller parody ever of all time - by
.. Now feeling compelled to hit computer with stick for a while. In his version, Lenny plays a regular werewolf, who turns into Michael Jackson during a full moon....