Symphony In Slang

This is a classic cartoon from 1951 in which a guy dies and goes to heaven. He tells his life story to Saint Peter and Noah Webster but they have trouble understanding the slang he uses. Some of the phrases are a bit dated but it is still a fun cartoon.

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+12 1. Vergetta commented 6 years ago

"That's All Folks"
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+47 2. schlafanzyk commented 6 years ago

American cartoons from the 1930s, 40s, 50s and 60s are just the best. They were constantly on TV here in Germany up until the late 90s, so I grew up with them and I still enjoy watching them more than any modern animation out there.

Family Guy, The Simpsons & South Park are all great but never give me anything like the warm feeling I get when watching these kinds of old cartoons. And even today, they are still pretty funny and all those hand made sound effects are just perfect.
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+10 3. venomkd commented 6 years ago

i grew up in the late 80's early 90's and those were the cartoons i would watch, i have yet to see cartoons in these days that beats those old classics, cartoons that were drawn with real people were the best
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+12 4. Srchak commented 6 years ago

#2 you said it mate, I knew every single line in both english and serbian in those cartoons. They are reason why I listen classic music today :)
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+5 5. librabooks commented 6 years ago

#2 Ach ja! German tv! I was in Germany 30 years ago and looked forward to advertising time with the good old "Heinzelmännchen". I love how they save the advertisement time for the end of the shows.