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Money (Thats what i want)

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Feb 19, 2008 | 12:02 PM EST

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Author Comments

A music video to Barrett Strong's version of 'Money (That's what i want)' from 1959.

Greatly inspired by the TinyToons version, this started out as a test to have a break from my usual style, and i hope you enjoy it.



Rated 4 / 5 stars

Bit of a let down to be honest.

Good graphics/ animation, you are skilled, but it would have been better seeing it put to better use. I just really didnt like this old school song, I was thinking it was going to be that newer 'I want money' song. Anway congrats on front page.


Rated 5 / 5 stars

Dude awesome movie, nice animation 2!

Great song, animation. Man this is one of the miracles of flash animation!


Rated 5 / 5 stars

sweet deals

So, I'm actually becoming a fan of your work :P
Lol'd when I saw tom, that's how bad it is :D
This animation is well done, so i'm giving you a ten...
simple as that.
"And there were ninjas, and we had a huge epic battle, and we won...
Tord died"

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Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

Tiny Toons song =D

Thats where i reconized that song. Haha I have that tiny toons movie with all of them on it. Nice man great vid, this is going in the favs.


Rated 4 / 5 stars

God this makes me feel old.

Not because I was around in '59 when the song first came out. Oh, lord no. I'm not THAT old. But I was around in the 90's when they did basically this exact same thing on Tiny Toons Adventures, except the jokes were funnier and there was a whole lot more going on.

Don't get me wrong, you brought a little something all your own to the equation, and it was pretty well done for a Flash music video, especially the direction and cinematography. I just can't help but compare it to the Tiny Toons version, which hit all the same points, and then some.

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eddsworld responds:

Yes the Tiny Toons version greatly inspired mine, and it proberly shows, but i just wanted to try and animate my own version.