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Bailey's Back in Town

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Jun 7, 2009 | 3:27 AM EDT

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-There's some swearing in this!-

Terms over and Martin's finally on his way back home, but has anything changed while he's been gone? When an unwelcome guest tries to break into his house it's up to him and his brother to protect their family home.

For my university second year final project, a lot of this was inspired by events surrounding time I've had back home. Characters I've met who are quintessentially british, I live in a town in the North West of England called Southport. We're out numbered by old people here, they're just hilarious.

In this my brother and I are main characters, had a lot of fun recording this, though neither of us are master voice actors I feel it came together pretty well.

Thanks guys, enjoy.



Rated 4 / 5 stars


You should make more flicks like this, ya know, maybe throw some more plot into them. I found it pretty funny, but wanted more. I don't know why, but every time I hear "for fuck's sake" in a British accent, I crack up.


Rated 4.5 / 5 stars


I like it

Terley responds:

Thanks :-]


Rated 5 / 5 stars


the steering wheel was on the wrong side of the car!

Terley responds:

haha, where do you think I live?


Rated 5 / 5 stars

Nice 1 mate

I found that a bangin lil clip. You gotta understand that yanks cant understand us. Nice work tho. For some reason i could really relate to it... must be the brown gettin in my head.

Terley responds:

:) not suprised yanks wont like it, im looking to keep working in the uk after my degree so if anything I need to become more intune with british humour. Thanks alot for your comments Krept means a lot. Was actually based on an animation I did when I was like 14-15, search for Agent M & P ere on newgrounds. Cringe in comparisant.


Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

Gotten same bad reviews..hmmm

i really liked it. the animation, and voice acting were all fo shizzle.

i also liked the britishness of it.

Terley responds:

Big up the Brits. Bound to get mixed reviews, everyones a critic lol.