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Savlonic : Wandering Eye

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Animated by Peabo with music by Savlonic. They've got another tune coming out next month too.


I love anything Weebl. This is no exception. Keep up the good work

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I absolutely loved Tiny Japanese Girl, and once again, another video that definitely does not disappoint!

I can't wait for the next one! Keep 'em coming!

I heard this one on youtube a while ago and never now it still chills me. To you, Savlonic, and Peabo,I thank you and I think you all deserve 5 stars, 5 stars, and a round at the pub. Great job.

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Forgive my awkward review.
I cannot explain why it doesn't make sense.
Forgive my awkward review.
I cannot explain it. I cannot unpost it.
Awesome video Weebl. Keep 'em comin'!

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Charlie Chaplin was one of the most famous practitioners of the toothbrush moustache, first adopting it sometime after 1914 for his Mack Sennett silent comedies. In a 1933 interview, Chaplin said he added the moustache to his costume because it had a comical appearance and was small enough so as not to hide his expression. Adolf Hitler was a fan of Chaplin, but "there is no evidence (though some speculation) that Hitler modeled his 'stache on [Charlie Chaplin]." Chaplin took advantage of the noted similarity between his on-screen appearance and that of Hitler, such as in his 1940 film The Great Dictator, where he wore the mustache as part of two new characters that parodied Hitler. wiki win? btw loved the whole thing ...totally not racist

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Credits & Info

4.47 / 5.00

Feb 29, 2012
5:56 AM EST
Music Video
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