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Jan 20, 2013 | 1:09 AM EST
  • Daily Feature January 21, 2013

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A newly discovered Skitzo The 1920's Killer Bear cartoon short from 1923! This film reel titled "Can Ya Spare a Dime" is a combination of two decayed copies which came from different sources: an old theater house attic and a mental patient's personal safebox...as a result the cartoon is probably the longest running Skitzo scrap found to exist yet!

Researchers make note that 1923 newspapers reported this cartoon, when seen in its full form, had the ability to cause the viewer to pull their teeth out with pliers and jam nails straight into their heads. No full copy has yet been found of any Skitzo the Bear cartoons...but animation historians continue to look!

Skitzo the Bear belongs to Crystal Gonzalez (C) 2013
Made in Flash, Music Credit to Kevin Macleod "work is work"
If you like Skitzo you might like my comic book series "In The Dark"...webstore here:
http://inthedark.bigcarte l.com/

Reviews


FlamingshockFlamingshock

Rated 5 / 5 stars

that was amazing, good job



jimbobmuffincakejimbobmuffincake

Rated 5 / 5 stars

Comick? I thought you were done makin' stuff, man.



legosony00legosony00

Rated 5 / 5 stars

it's like a creepypasta



JuliorobJuliorob

Rated 5 / 5 stars

This is scary on itself, and adding a description of how they found it is a very nice touch, really ads to the to the atmosphere, great.



fallingfalling

Rated 4 / 5 stars

Damn, a dime in the 1920s was worth quite bit. Skitzo was tollin in the dough!