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    Re: If You Were A Toon, Which Studio Would Best Fit Your Personality?

    Old Disney headed by Marc Davis... perfectly exactly like Sleeping Beauty. I sure wish I had the gifts of song and beauty like Briar Rose...
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    Re: If You Were A Toon, Which Studio Would Best Fit Your Personality?

    I would say probably Cinderellas Prince charming
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    Re: If You Were A Toon, Which Studio Would Best Fit Your Personality?

    I don't know if it counts, but I would have to say Terry Gilliam's animated work for Monty Python. It makes no sense, and is friggin' hilarious for that sole reason.

    As for who I identify with, it would be the monk from "The Tale of Sir Lancelot".



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    Re: If You Were A Toon, Which Studio Would Best Fit Your Personality?

    I would have to say Walt Disney Studios of old, all the films that Walt had his hands on. I know some of that flows through some of the men & women who wre actually there.
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    Re: If You Were A Toon, Which Studio Would Best Fit Your Personality?

    Quote Originally Posted by eyes_of_mara
    I don't know if it counts, but I would have to say Terry Gilliam's animated work for Monty Python. It makes no sense, and is friggin' hilarious for that sole reason.

    As for who I identify with, it would be the monk from "The Tale of Sir Lancelot".



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    I love it...what an eclectic choice! Of couse it counts. Practically anything associated with Monte Python rules.

    Quote Originally Posted by TicTocDragon
    I would have to say Walt Disney Studios of old, all the films that Walt had his hands on. I know some of that flows through some of the men & women who wre actually there.
    Walt's original studios reached out, entertained, and uplifted people as no person or entity has been able to do sense.

    Quote Originally Posted by melmel
    Old Disney headed by Marc Davis... perfectly exactly like Sleeping Beauty. I sure wish I had the gifts of song and beauty like Briar Rose...
    melmel, you Tic Toc Dragon and eyes_of_mara each have exceptional taste.

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    Re: If You Were A Toon, Which Studio Would Best Fit Your Personality?

    Quote Originally Posted by Soulquarian
    Sony Pictures - no particular character, but their animation is more serious and fantastical than other studios.
    I love that word "fantastical", Soulquarian. Sony Pictures animation is extremely interesting and entertaining.

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    Re: If You Were A Toon, Which Studio Would Best Fit Your Personality?

    Disney studios
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    Re: If You Were A Toon, Which Studio Would Best Fit Your Personality?

    Hands down it's got to be the Disney Animation Studio.. and character? I'd hate to admit it, but some weird cross between Mushu and Meg (just don't ask O_o; )



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    Re: If You Were A Toon, Which Studio Would Best Fit Your Personality?

    Jay Ward sense of humor + Old Disney sentimentality + Pixar's post-modern idealized childhood = ME!

    Bulwinkle + Prince Charming + Mike Wazowski = Bull Chamazoski (or something like that)

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    Re: If You Were A Toon, Which Studio Would Best Fit Your Personality?

    Quote Originally Posted by Larxene1959
    Hands down it's got to be the Disney Animation Studio.. and character? I'd hate to admit it, but some weird cross between Mushu and Meg (just don't ask O_o; )
    Sounds like you would either become a dragon in drag, or else a fire breathing hottie.

    Quote Originally Posted by fastpassmountain
    Jay Ward sense of humor + Old Disney sentimentality + Pixar's post-modern idealized childhood = ME!
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    Re: If You Were A Toon, Which Studio Would Best Fit Your Personality?

    Disney Studios, I am most like Belle. I love to read and I'm a pretty girl!

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    Re: If You Were A Toon, Which Studio Would Best Fit Your Personality?

    Quote Originally Posted by EmilyStrange
    Disney Studios, I am most like Belle. I love to read and I'm a pretty girl!
    reading books that feature fil,s are based on certainly makes the entire experience much more entertaining as well as fulfilling.

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    Jay Ward Productions - Boris Badinoff, when following orders, Fearless Leader when giving them, and Gidny or Cloyd when feeling alienated.
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    Everything about the different Rocky & Bullwinkle series' was a tableau of both corny and intellectual appeal. Boris and Natasha are two of the funniest villains of all time. Dr. Evil from Austin Powers seems to be modeled after Boris to a certain extent.

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    Re: If You Were A Toon, Which Studio Would Best Fit Your Personality?

    Quote Originally Posted by Ride Warrior
    Everything about the different Rocky & Bullwinkle series' was a tableau of both corny and intellectual appeal. Boris and Natasha are two of the funniest villains of all time. Dr. Evil from Austin Powers seems to be modeled after Boris to a certain extent.
    And don't forget Hoppity Hooper, Dudley Doright, Tom Slick, George of the Jungle, and the infamous Super Chicken - these are my childhood heros for their intellectual quirkyness - sort of Ur-Simpsons in many ways.

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    Re: If You Were A Toon, Which Studio Would Best Fit Your Personality?

    No one's picked MGM....you're not scared of a little cat and mouse hitting you with frying pans and dropping anvils on your head are you?

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