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Nov 7, 2005 | 3:57 PM EST
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In this episode, the Cold War's hottest hero teaches a misguided youth about the dangers of saving money. This cartoon will hopefully develop the Captain Capitalism character a little more, so that I can do more episodic pieces in the future. Hopefully, you will still enjoy it, even though this one has no obscentities or political themes. Visit www.captaincapitalism.com for more...

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azulHYDproductionsazulHYDproductions

Rated 5 / 5 stars July 21, 2009

Captain Capitalism!!!

He is my hero now!
I understand, I wont save my money for college, is better to spend it buying some useless crap of CaptCapitalism Yeeeahhhh!!!!!
XD 5/5


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dementedveredementedvere

Rated 5 / 5 stars July 14, 2009

This reminds me of...

A short you would see in between Ren and Stimpy. Not the theme of the toon itself, but the sounds and voices remind me of them good ol' days when Nickolodeon was gross and Spongebob was just a twinkle in the eye of the crazy man who created him.



HumunoHumuno

Rated 5 / 5 stars July 13, 2009

Another good laugh.

Mr-Trickster:

This is not about the character only, this is about explaining how the "american way of life" works in a satire that allows us to understand what is wrong about the process and what is not. And if you judge the artwork then have in mind the quality of the animation, story line, sound and of course length.

I respect your opinion, yet mine is that this deserves 10/10 and 5/5.



vorthosvorthos

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars July 12, 2009

very entertaining

this vid was hilarious, had good animation and great voice acting
CaptainCapitalism is definitly my new hero



Mr-TricksterMr-Trickster

Rated 1.5 / 5 stars July 9, 2009

Totally derivitive

What a ripp off of John Kricfalusi's creations "The Ripping Friends" and Powdered Toast man from Ren and Stimpy. Throw in tired old satire of 1950's propaganda films, which the general public have been making fun of those educational films, since their inception.
Try to come up with more original characters and situations, while not drudging up old cliches, that's all.