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Ye Olde Collab II

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rated 2.83 / 5 stars
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Comedy - Parody
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starsyndicate
fatbadger
sherlockholmes
charliechaplin

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Uploaded
Apr 19, 2007 | 8:14 PM EDT

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The original missing film from the archives of Charlie Chaplin restored to it's original quality! Enjoy!

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Crash-and-burn31Crash-and-burn31

Rated 5 / 5 stars

*Piclownjew noise*

I was expecting the Piclownjew noise, and to my suprise there was none at all. Thank you for sparing my ears for once! As for the rest of the theatrical extravaganza, I liked it. Although this looks like only FatBadger worked on it and everyone else is a slacker. Still, it's really funny. The only thing I don't like is the absence of BrickTopp. He makes everything better :'(


SquaresHard responds:

more like it looks like only squarehard worked on it and everyone was was a slacker! >: (


BostonJaxBostonJax

Rated 2.5 / 5 stars

O_o

.. ummm.. What was that? I am a little confused after watching that one.
I liked how crisp and clear the music was, so there's no problem there at all. The animation, however could use some work. And what happend at the end? Do they all have terret sydrome & live happily ever after or something?
.. Like I said, I am confused. Oh well, all-in-all I liked the idea and style that you did use with this submission, just work on that amination a little, you're doing great!



jackhair999jackhair999

Rated 2.5 / 5 stars

Made me laugh

That made me laugh, i didnt understand the cartoon but it was just funny.
The animation was a bit bad and really the only movement was the tied up monster and the train.

And what happened at the end? They all flickered about?



lambrogerlambroger

Rated 5 / 5 stars

Intriguing

develop it further, I think you are on to something. very original in a 1920's sort of way.



bonbon367bonbon367

Rated 3.5 / 5 stars

that was awsome make more!!

what was that thing tied to the tracks?