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  1. emeraldisle

    emeraldisle Moderator Staff Member I SUPPORT BCDB!

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    Got it. It's Buster Bunny, Babs Bunny, and Plucky Duck from "Tiny Toons: How I Spent My Summer Vacation."
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    Exactly, this is the Tiny Toons drudging out the last minutes of school at Acme Looniversity, from the feature length production Tiny Toons: How I Spent My Vacation. Curious how Babs Bunny plans to get a golden tan despite being a bunny, covered in fur. Bravo, Em, for tracking this one down. :)
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    Thanks, OUB. And now for one that I've had at the back of my mind for quite a while:

    "Hey there, hi there, ho there. You're as welcome as can be."
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    "M-i-c-k-e-y M-o-u-s-e. Mickey Mouse! (And Donald Duck!) Forever let us hold our banner high, high, high." This is America's greatest corporate shill, Mickey Mouse, singing part of the The Mickey Mouse Club's opening jingle.
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    Actually, Jiminy Cricket was the one who sang that line in the syndicated version. Maybe Mickey did sing it in the original network broadcasts, I'm not sure. But good job anyway, so you may post again. :)
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    Still missing on the details; if I get enough of these close-enoughs, can I trade them in for a cup of coffee?

    Anyway, here's one from 1966, courtesy of the National Film Board of Canada.

    "Earthlings have done away with the stresses and untidiness of sex.
    "The reproductive process takes place in three or four huge breeding centers."
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    Oh dear, a hint is needed. The last quote is a congratulatory "Well done, Scientists of Mars." Indeed, few people have ever theorized so stupendously wrong; there has to be a Golden Booby Prize for these off-target hypotheses.
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    Took a while, but I found it. It's the narrator, from "What On Earth!"
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    Ah yes, that's exactly where the quote comes from, the Narrator (Donald Brittain by name) from the NFB Canada production What On Earth! Mars sent an orbital probe to investigate planet Earth, and the data that came back was hilariously misconstrued that cars were an intelligent species with peculiar social habits. Great research, Emerald; you're up. :)
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    Thanks, OUB. Now for another tribute that's a no-brainer:

    "I'll locate the Ruby Red Ruby with my super sonic sonar radar."
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    Hint: He keeps saying his wings are like a shield of steel.
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    Sounds like Batfink,voiced by the late Frank Buxton.
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    Yes, that's exactly who it is, Bill. No other cartoon character can make that claim. Good job. :). Your turn now.
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    Thanks,I'm gonna go a little out there with this one---"Is this really a hole in time?''''Yes,and if you fall in,you'll land right smack in that time,and you'd never come back!''
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    Long-shot guessing here, since that's my specialty. Fry and Cuthbert from Futurama, when one of Professor Farnsworth's quantum thingies makes a series of wormholes in the temporal dimension. These float around the Planet Express office as a break-room hazard.
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    Afraid not,this was an independent film featuring two ducks (and a robot) visiting a theme park NOT named after Disney.
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    Listed as one of the 50 greatest cartoons (came in at 46).
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    Oh, I know this one! Thanks for the clue about the ducks. It's Quasi and his girlfriend Anita from the really trippy "Quasi at the Quackadillo." Not exactly a nice girlfriend, Anita tricks Quasi into going down the hole.
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    Actually,''Quackadero'',but you nailed it,Glowworm.I've wanted to plug this one for a while,but I couldn't come up with an outstanding quote.Was hoping the clues would help.You have the next one.
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    Yeah, I discovered this one during college. It's really trippy and the animator Sally Cruikshank was behind a lot of the really cool Sesame Street animations when I was a kid.
    "Hoskins, I wish there were words to express my contempt for you."

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