Thursday, June 17, 2010

Puppet Interlude






I wonder how it's possible to take something cute and do this to it:

14 comments:

Mykal Banta said...

I'd kill for that Casper puppet (with a voice).

Trevor Thompson said...

It was even worse seeing Eric Idle in that flick.

She-Thing said...

Dennis Puppet=I don't care if I'm 20 year's old or if it's not a fluffy toy, I'd sleep with it.


Btw, John, you should watch the Smurfs trailer. All you've been saying about how disastrous are, pictures of real eyes copyasted on a usual cartoon, is soo highlighted to a point were you want to barf and wish that reincarnation existed so you could die twice.

Oh and it happens on New York. It's like, you know, a place I should move to, because it seems that everything happens there.

RooniMan said...

The excutives and writers must have some super evil fun-killing powers not known to man or cartoonist.

Mike said...

The puppets in the surreal The Magic Roundabout were similarly destroyed by the 3D movie version, and then rebutchered by translation for the American-voiced version "Doogal"

top cat james said...

The Spooky puppet is just Casper with a derby-no black nose or freckles. Sacrilege!

thomas said...

Walt had a wacky signature.

I wonder what a handwriting analyst would think.


That newer "signature" logo ... what does it actually say about Disney?

Creative inbreeding?

MistahB said...

this is where Casper say's the most CREEPIEST thing "Can I keep you?" *shudders*

Roberto González said...

Casper The Movie was pretty silly in its concept, but I think Casper still looks kinda cute in it. He seems real enough yet he doesn't have the extremely realistic features they give to most of these CGI characters.

Those puppets are extremely cute, though.

sharprm said...

I almost certain i've seen this before:

Caspar the friendly ghost somehow used in the abuse flashback for black snake moan.

anyone remember where they saw this?

Craig said...

LoVe those puppets and the boxes. Now THAT's entertainment!

Martin Juneau said...

I watching everytime Capser and Friends on TV as a kid and never feel offended by this unlike the live-action feature or again the blandest TV cartoons they made from this film.

Ironically, i like more the original cartoons series even as intended for kids than the horrible re-incarnations.

thomas said...

Thanks for the Magic Roundabout post.

There's alot of good British stop action from the 70's, althogh MR is really French, I think.

Martin Juneau said...

"Thanks for the Magic Roundabout post.

There's alot of good British stop action from the 70's, althogh MR is really French, I think."

I remember see the original series on TV as a kid. Not only they make a creepy CGI movie but i think they made a revival for Television. It shows on Radio-Canada now. :(