Gone With the Wind 1979

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Gone With the Wind 1979
Tsk Tsk... will Elephant Head ever learn?
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Information
Author: Andrzej Banas
Release Date: December 3, 2005
File Size: unknown
Duration: 2:21
Complexity: unrated
Animutatedness: unrated
Star(s): Greg Proops/Totoro
Audio Info
Fiddle-Dee-Dee!
Artist: Plus-Tech Squeeze Box
Album: Cartooom!
Genre: General Electronic
Language: Japanese/English

Contents

About

What we see here is Greg Proops/Totoro's adventure through insanity. It gets interrupted by elephant head, but then resumes, showing a couple with changing heads going through their photo album, then the insanity returns a bit more before it's all over and you get a moral and movie recommendation.

Cast

Transcript

Lyrics

Fake Lyrics Real Lyrics

I'm Sorry

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TRANS MISS ON

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Cars cost the Japanese so you make money

I'm perfect!! ???
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So - Bouche - Pas - a Monstar
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It's Suzakisaaaaaannnn~

Stop that! Stop it now! Go on, rub it off! Oh, now look what you've done!
Quick, get the picture back before Elephant Head comes on and starts singing!
Oh, too late!
"Stop, in the name of love!"

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I'll buy yer counterculture...
..in my own smokestack...
stick a fork in me

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if you help me with my Monstar works

You could be a hero...













I'm perfect!!




Stop that! Stop it now! Go on, rub it off! Oh, now look what you've done!
Quick, get the picture back before Elephant Head comes on and starts singing!
Oh, too late!
"Stop, in the name of love!"

Audio Details

The song used in this animuation is "Fiddle-Dee-Dee!!" by Plus-Tech Squeeze Box, the second track on the album "Cartoom!". According to the album's liner notes, the entire lyrics to the song are "I'm perfect!!", and that is a blatant lie.

The entire song can be played at Plus-Tech Squeeze Box's myspace page.

As used in the flash movie, about 8 seconds of the song from the middle have been removed, and is replaced with the Elephant Head sketch.

Trivia

  • In the "Flying through space..." transition sequence there is a subliminal message: "Animutation is Dead. Long Live Animutation." Also, there is some sort of a cat-like figure drawn in gray with the caption "By Un-J" in the TV snow. It's hard to make out because the gray is an excellent camouflage.
  • The messages you get at the end depends on which heads you choose during the photo scene.
  • If you zoom in on the middle of the 2 dinosaurs on the loading page, you will see the words "Oh, Grow Up" there. Although it is not clickable.
  • The trumpet scene's audio is ripped from one of Gonzo's trumpet scenes on The Muppet Show (specifically the episode with John Cleese).
  • The audio from the "elephant head" segment and the "Message to Neil" easter egg come from The Young Ones, a demented British sitcom from the early 1980s.
  • The formentioned "Message to Neil" is aimed at Neil Cicierega.
  • The "Monstar" oddly resembles the lava-like character in Perot Music Hour, except that the Monstar is black, while the lava-like character is red.
  • This animutation won 2 Animucademy Awards for the 2005-2006 season: Best Animutation and Most Complex Animutation, and an Animucademy Award for Best Non-Mochrie Character with Monstar.
  • Right before the "Elephant Head" sequence, the message "This is frame 771." can be seen in the image flurry.
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