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Dos Coyotes; Coming Attraction

Discussion in 'Toons for Big Kids' started by mreiof, Dec 13, 2015.

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    mreiof Moderator Staff Member I SUPPORT BCDB! Forum Member

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    Here is another pic for the grown-ups. And if you're a sophomoric grown-up (like me), this will be right in your wheelhouse.
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    Not bad...

    Interestingly enough...LT/MM weren't actually for children when it came-out. I think one song would sound good for the soundtrack...

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    Dottie's accentuated glutes remind me of those Nineties cartoons Cow And Chicken and I. M. Weasel, created by David Feiss shortly after the FCC ruled that bare glutes alone do not constitute obscenity, and therefore are allowable for public broadcast. Feiss apparently took this ruling to its limit in these cartoons, with Red Guy and I. R. Baboon effectively built around this feature.
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    Thank you. ^,^ *•*

    The adult subtext in those toons from the classic era is what I love most about them. Somehow they always struck the perfect balance between naughtiness and humor. I would like to think that the coyotes were inspired by one of those very cartoons inside the theater.
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    I definitely see the similarity and, although I get a kick out of the C&C/Weasel method of playing the hinder for laughs, I never really made a habit of watching those cartoons. Same goes for Mr. Kricfalusi, who was just as avid a butt-jokester. I don't dislike the 90s stuff, I just keep coming back to the classics. They did it all before and did it seamlessly. The jovial/mischievous way in which Disney accentuated Donald's glutes is what (I hope) Dottie Coyote brings to the fore (I mean, rear). *.~
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