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Mar 25, 2004 | 10:07 PM EST

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Stephen Hawking may not be the first name that springs to mind when one thinks "musical", but when the music is about space exploration he's quite the singer. This is a must-see for all you Animutation fans. Also, if you click the link at the end of the credits, you'll see the bonus footage!

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LlaeniquedeccaLlaeniquedecca

Rated 4 / 5 stars

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that was pretty good... the voice had the right tempo and etc... I still like the faster movies better, especially Colin and JHC, of course.



marshall-1977marshall-1977

Rated 3 / 5 stars

I dont know whether to laugh or be annoyed

Very funny piece of work. I was almost laughing too hard to see the picture of me & my partner that you used, without our permission, as it morphed into Stephen.

We allowed the Fellowship of Middle Earth to include our costume on their website only.


TmsT responds:

Oh golly! I didn't think...
Wow, this is the second time ever that somebody whose image I nabbed off Google has noticed and commented about it. Oops! Hehehe! Please feel honoured, I did not intend to ridicule you. It was a great costume compared to the others that I found.
(The "first time" it happened, the person whose photos I stole was Colin Mochrie, incidentally...)


RogerregoRRogerRogerregoRRoger

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

Steven hawkins!

Hehhe, i did a musical parody with him to ones, in Imp episode 2, with him singing Beat it by micheal jackson.Hehhe.Steven Rocks.This movie was also pretty cool.
I fly so higigigigigigigigh...Hehhe
Kick ass!


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EyesOnlyUSEyesOnlyUS

Rated 5 / 5 stars

Has anyone ever told you that you are the greatest

flash movie artist on Newgrounds.com next to Neil Cicegera?

You rock!



TheSporkTheSpork

Rated 5 / 5 stars

A hilarious addition!

This is a very creative use of those otherwise crappy computer voice synthesizers. It's silly, it's poignant, and it's un-PC! What else could you want in a flash? I'm sure Stephen Hawking would be so very flattered at your touching tribute. One would almost shed a tear at those moments where Stephen's voice synthesizer struggles through a verse. As for the bonus material, I quote my sister as saying "corniest joke ever" ;)