The Assassination of Yogi Bear by Coward Boo-Boo


(Youtube Direktyogi, via Comics Alliance)

Schönes Alternatives Ende von „Yogi Bear“, angeblich von den Animatoren des echtes Films (wahrscheinlich aber von FX-Spezi Edmund Earle). Hier zum Vergleich die Original-Szene aus „The Assassination of Jesse James by the Coward Robert Ford“.

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  1. Der Checker vom Neckar

    Das Video ist wahrscheinlich besser als der ganze scheiß Film.

  2. ringvernichter

    Eigentlich ne scheißparodie. Des ist viel zu rührend. Zu traurig. Allein die Augen! Boah… so gut. aber nicht lustig. aber soooo gut.

  3. genervt

    was für ein scheiß originalclip. “i should take my guns off.” why don’t just shoot yourself? ist der rest des films auch so übel theatralisch?

  4. Rocksteady

    Ach du meine Güte. Da muß ich mich [i]ringvernichter[/i] anschließen, das ist ja herzzerreißend.

  5. Rocksteady

    Oops, kein HTML.

  6. Renington Steele

    [i]Das ist kein HTML[/i] <i>Das ist HTML</i> ;)

  7. Theo

    bin ich der einzige der die viecher voll eklig findet?
    die sehen irgendwie gruselig aus und gar nicht niedlig neinein!!

  8. Rocksteady

    Äh, ja Ren *räusper*, sach ich doch. :-D

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