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Coal Black and de Sebben Dwarfs (1943)
Michael A. Novelli
on Saturday, November 10, 2012
Because Mendo isn't enough of a glutton for punishment, he takes a look at Coal Black and the de Sebben Dwarfs
, one of the infamous Censored Eleven
, a series of controversial Warner Bros. cartoons that are no longer available for mass consumption. This particular short addresses a subject that bothers Mendo to no end: the glorification of the military! And also, racism. That part's pretty bad, too.
Pink Lady... and Jeff “Episode #1”
“Most of you have never heard of this show, and with good reason. They only made six episodes, of which only five ever aired, and despite the involvement of the legendary Sid and Marty Krofft, and the fact that it gave ensemble member Jim Varney his big break, there is not one human being in existence who puts this show on their résumé.”Scrub Me Mama with a Boogie Beat (1941)
After a long absence, Mendo returns with a brief review of the first ever music video, and all its unspeakable racism! It’s not great, to be honest.The Lord of the Rings (1978)
"Luckily for him, Tolkien died before this movie was made. Had he seen it, I've little doubt he would have hunted down and personally killed everyone responsible for this monstrosity."An Interview with Albert Moses, Beloved British Character Actor
“It’s not easy to make your way in a strange country, but to make your way and end up a Knight of the Order of St. John? Not such an easy thing to do. Throw in some documentary work, motorcycle stunts, and being James Bond’s costar not once, but twice, and that sounds like a sweet deal to me. The only man I know of who did all this is Albert Moses, so join me as we discuss crass comedy, Dinka documentaries, manic Maharajahs, and much, much more!”The Hobbit (1966)
Hey, Tolkien fans! Did you know that there's a film version of The Hobbit that you've probably never seen? Well, today's your lucky day then! Join Mr. Mendo (and special guest Mikhail Gorbachev) as we take a look! It's in a book! Um, sorry about that. Wow, that's an engraved response.Beowulf (2007)
“Beowulf plays like someone gave $150 million to a group of 13-year-old boys and let them run amuck.”
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