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Offline animagusurreal

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My comedy video review of Disney's "Home on the Range"
« on: March 29, 2012, 07:31:54 am »
EPISODE FOUR – Disney's “Home on the Range”

The Retro Rant Reviewer rides back into Disney territory to take his retro rant revenge on Home on the Range, the movie that nearly killed hand-drawn animation at the studio!

Note: in Part 3, there is one off-color Family Guy sound clip (Network TV suitable, since it was on TV ).



(Sorry about the three parts instead of two. I specifically designed it to be split in half too, but I've been having internet problems and this was easier to upload. It's no longer than my Hunchback II review.)

See also my show's PLAYLIST for all my episodes in one convenient location:
(click "play all" and it will play the "Home on the Range" review automatically without you having to go to each part.)

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Re: My comedy video review of Disney's "Home on the Range"
« Reply #1 on: April 07, 2012, 04:09:40 pm »
I saw this movie in a second-run theater--cheaper admission and concessions. Only because it was supposed to be the last hand-drawn animated Disney feature.
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