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Searching for the Blooming Idiot...

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    Aurora7948 Newbie New Member

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    Hi all!

    My Dad and I have always been big fans of the classic cartoons, in particular Looney Tunes and Merrie Melodies. I have several very fond memories of bonding with him over them and spending hours looking for and watching specific "episodes" that we both remembered and loved. Before he passed away in 2013, we both were reminiscing about a specific cartoon that I have not yet been able to find. I have spent a lot of time (on and off) over the past 2 years trying to find this cartoon with no luck. The cartoon, from what we could remember, was setup similar to Tex Avery's "Detouring America" cartoon which feels like an animated documentary but has many verbal and visual puns throughout it. The specific cartoon that I have been trying to find made mention of the "Blooming Idiot" which was a flower with the face of an "idiot" man.

    I have already watched as many of the Tex Avery cartoons that were made in this fashion that I could find (Detouring America, Land of the Midnight Fun, Cross Country Detours, Wacky Wildlife, Aviation Vacation, and Crazy Cruise) and I was sure that it would be one of them but had no luck. I tried to look up other cartoons that used the same voice actors that did the narration in the Tex Avery cartoons and still couldn't find it. I honestly am at a loss at the moment.

    I'm going to keep searching but I would be SOOOOOO grateful for any help that you all could give me! It would mean a lot to me to be able to watch this cartoon again and remember those good times with my Dad.

    Many Thanks!!!!

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