Thursday, May 13, 2010

I Love "TV Funhouse"

A friend of mine had never heard of "TV Funhouse" despite being a huge animation fan. "TV Funhouse" (or its variations) originally appeared in such places as "The Dana Carvey Show" and its own short-lived cable show before it made a long-time home at "Saturday Night Live", actually being the funniest part of "SNL" for a number of years.

There are many classics over the years including "Steadman", "The Ex-Presidents" and "The Black Sabbath Show" among many others.

My favorite which I will link here is "Journey to the Disney Vault", which includes footage of "Song of the South" and Mickey Mouse ("You're supposed to be funny?").

Anyway, here it is: Click here!

1 comment:

Dave Mackey said...

Though most associate the SNL Cartoons with talents like J.J. Sedelmaier, some don't realize that the first SNL cartoons were done back in the 80's by Jack Zander - it was a series called "Tippy Turtle".