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Mar 17, 2002 | 12:13 AM EST

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This was the first Celebrity Jeopardy movie we did in 2000 winter. Since I didn't become involved with animating until Dan wrote AND recorded the script, there were some writing problems. For example, a lot of jokes were lifted from the SNL skit, like B Words, Colors That End in Urple, and such and such. Good thing that stopped when I became involved in the writing and we got more original. So basically, the animation and writing in this one sucks compared to the other 2. The animation is in 18 fps. For Celebrity Jeopardy 4, I'll be using 30 fps.

This movie had to be split up for Newgrounds thanks to Flash 4.0, being unable to import MP3s, and we had to use WAV files. After watching this, you may view part 2 on NG as well.

Reviews


fieldertigerfieldertiger

Rated 4 / 5 stars

This was really funny. I love of how you did the Mayor's voice. He sounds really dandy. I also like of how you did Craig McCracken's voice as a hippie. The animation is okay as if it was done in a early version of Flash. Everything from it was okay as if I said earlier.



ponyo999ponyo999

Rated 5 / 5 stars

Excellent movie!!

Funny clips!!!!



PsycoOrange21PsycoOrange21

Rated 5 / 5 stars

It was ok

I believe it was good. I mean the graphics were better than some. The audio was alright. As well as the voice acting. They made it seem like the voice actors were really there.

Overall, it was good. Keep up the good work.


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PandoraCPandoraC

Rated 0.5 / 5 stars

Flawed

I couldn't finish watching this. The poor quality on the audio was too uncomfortable to listen too.

From what I did see, it wasn't particularly original or funny. You need more than "wow aren't these characters dumb" or it gets repetitive. And the pacing was too slow.



meehanusmeehanus

Rated 2.5 / 5 stars

Dumb and dumber

I have to say it was too sad, thats my lowest rating ive ever givin usually i dont bother but i see potential.