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Apr 7, 2000 | 12:06 AM EDT

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  • Reading Rainbow
    Reading Rainbow Audio from the original show, twisted and contorted in evil ways!

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The first cartoon of Levar Burton, the start of a long series of battles between network dominance, Levar's bitterness, and sexual, perverted acts.

This cartoon was submitted to the NG Portal in October 1999. Newer versions of flash might have affected its performance.

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ToastedToastyToastToastedToastyToast

Rated 5 / 5 stars

Well...

I didnt find it that funny, just twisted and slightly deranged. But I have to give it credit for this movie because its a classic, the art and animation is pretty good for the time it was released and the jokes were fairly original so all in all a really good effort.



straberrykiler6789straberrykiler6789

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

lol

i find it humorous when somebody makes a show that is designed to look like a kids show and then makes it really perverted
good job



LittleluckylinkLittleluckylink

Rated 4 / 5 stars

Twisted and hilarious

Definitely a classic. The simplistic animation and art doesn't really bother me, seeing as this was released over ten years ago. It's a great movie to look back on. The thing that I really like about this movie is the fact that you're a master when it comes to twisting and manipulating audio. The inclusion of censor bleeps really added to the movie and let my imagination simply run wild. Fucking timeless classic.


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tri-circletri-circle

Rated 4 / 5 stars

Good

Its good for the time it was made in but still not great, the jokes were pretty funny but the art wasn't too great and the lip syncing was virtually none existent. Not bad but not great either.



tru1214atru1214a

Rated 3.5 / 5 stars

As a child growing up in the 80's u gotta love it!

Just to reiterate this flash was made back when people first began playing around with flash. Hell internet wasn't even available to consumers until late 1992, and It had 125,000 text-based customers in 1995. So until around 1996 most people hadn't even used the internet at home. I didn't even have dial up until early 1997. So obviously this is low grade, duh. But it is super comical and a great effort for its time.


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