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Desc:Painfully 80s. He still haunts me to this day.
Category:Classic TV Clips, Fashion
Tags:80s, max headroom, eighties, 1980s, saxophone
Submitted:Jet Bin Fever
Date:07/16/12
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fedex
the funny part about this show was they tried to pass it off as fully CG originally. I think they knew it was just a matter of time till Freuer let the cat out of the bag but it was good PR.
memedumpster
Max Headroom cannot be denied.
blue vein steel
ah, back in the days when commercial characters could get their own talk shows, movies and sci-fi serials
Seven Arts/H8 Red
Actually, the UK talk show came before the New Coke commercials.

I also have to respect Max Headroom for shilling New Coke. The commercials made Max Headroom more popular than New Coke, but at least New Coke managed to launch something other than its own obsolescence.

baleen
I LOVED this show when I was little.
Oktay
This show is the reason I got into CG. Well, not the show per se, but the wiz kid with his 3D renderings and whatnot. Forgot his name. Bryce?

Meatsack Jones
I will admit it, I have never even heard of this. The only memories I have are of the Max Headroom series, which I still love to this day.
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