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Apr 6, 2011 | 8:02 PM EDT

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I made this movie in 1956, I hope you like it! :D

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Rated 3.5 / 5 stars

good.Could be better

I liked it.I did not love it.The animation could be better but looking at the date...maybe not...Still good job.Im giving a 7 because this video is not one of the best.No offence


Rated 4 / 5 stars


a horror/western set on 1910's and with a haunted twoer? STARRING STRAW-BERRY CLOCK?!

amazing. really funny/smart idea, even if the drawings are slightly choppy.
good work.

you should add bb. who did the story/drawings?! (from the 3 guys listed)

anyway, good work.

PatriotClock responds:

i did story and designs. cheesesteak helped with perspectives and some art. sarezjay is a fat turd and did nothing as usual


Rated 1 / 5 stars


This was a pretty bad movie, even for a clock crew submission.

The naimation was really bad and lacking, thart was quite terrible and all the clock characters all looked like just a bunch of strange and oddly shaped blobs and the clocks were barely recogniseable as clocks so much as warped ovals with L's in the middle. You didnt even bother drawing backgrounds for the most of it and the backgrounds you did add were really terrible and lazy.

The Idea and concept was good but it was really badly composed, constructed and executed. The crap animation and the half assed art really lets it down badly. Its this kind of movie that I find a waste of time and would rather avoid.
Very, very poor. 0/5 and 2/10

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PatriotClock responds:

sweet stick figure game bro


Rated 3 / 5 stars

Not bad

Well this actually was pretty cool considering I haven't watched a lot of music videos on here. The only real downside is the poorly done drawing which doesn't seem to be an issue to me since unless you got a tablet then it is pretty hard to get the hang of drawing with a mouse or laptop touch pad.

The animation was slightly sloppy but I guess you are still trying to get used to the mouse/touchpad after a few years right? The audio was pretty cool and I have not heard it in a long time, the storyline was nice. When I was younger and heard it I always thought it was the ranger who got killed. Nice to see it was the outlaw instead.

Overall, sloppy animating but all else seemed alright.

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PatriotClock responds:

the art is how i want it to be. thanks


Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

Nice Tribute

Seems to be a sort of abstract wild west with clock characters. This allowed a simple art direction to convey a classic Marty Robbins song.

There are two things that result from this. First, I could show this flash to my mother and she would get a kick out of it. She would not get the Clocks or their history on Newgrounds, but as it goes this is a good depiction of the story of the Ranger with the Big Iron on his hip, and she knows the old songs like the back of her hand. Second, it is a rare instance where a Clock Crew member does something that is reasonably clean, and thus is an anomaly that could be featured in the Crew's collection page that reflects well upon them.

Even though the production values are far from stellar, "Big Iron" reflects well upon its author and ought to receive a slightly better score than this.

PS - It ain't made in 1956.

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