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God Hates Cartoons (2002)

Twenty cartoon shorts from some of the most original voices in alternative animation! You'll see mechanical birds, unruly cats, unnecessary surgery, high-sea high jinks, bizarre and religious visions, freaks, lunatics, and so much more!
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Cast

Credited cast:
Paul Ahern ... Dr. Hubertus
Douglas Blush Douglas Blush ... Diaper Dyke
Brian Dewan Brian Dewan ... Narrator
Sam Henderson Sam Henderson ... The Man
Tom Kenny ... Lonely Robot Duckling (voice)
Tim Maloney Tim Maloney ... Captain Boyfuck, Rosencrantz, Guildenstern
Adam McKay ... Uncle Gabby
Yehudi Mercado ... Sniffy LaPants, Gutsman
Tony Millionaire Tony Millionaire ... Nuzzle
John Over John Over ... Hamlet
Andy Richter ... Drinky Crow
Becky Thyre ... Fairy
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Twenty cartoon shorts from some of the most original voices in alternative animation! You'll see mechanical birds, unruly cats, unnecessary surgery, high-sea high jinks, bizarre and religious visions, freaks, lunatics, and so much more!

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USA

Language:

English

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1 July 2002 (USA) See more »

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Bright Red Rocket See more »
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Dolby Digital
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Animation from some of the geniuses of underground comics
2 March 2006 | by fluxmaster-1See all my reviews

The DVD runs the gamut from the sentimental work of Walt Holcombe (whatever happened to him??) to the violently funny Maakies from Tony Millionaire with everything in between. There is also a non-dialogue Frank cartoon by my favorite "surrealist" cartoonist, Jim Woodring and a couple of fun short ones by Kaz. I have to say that the first time I saw it, I almost split a gut laughing to hard. Not for the faint of heart, the "Diaper Dyke" cartoons are true to Brunetti's Schizo spirit (and I heard they were even too sick and twisted for Spike and Mike!). Sam Henderson's Lonely Robot Duckling also has some fun bits and his signature pink man with tie. It's a really great collection, nothing like anything else out there. The cats doing Shakespeare are the best!


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