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Desc:From the creator of 'Stevie and Zoya'. Narration by Johnny Rotten and the late Tony Jay.
Category:Arts, Cartoons & Animation
Tags:MTV, johnny rotten, esperanto, tony jay, joe horne
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Rangoon - 2014-01-19
Trivia note -

Joe Horne originally hired Russell Johnson* (of Gilligan's Island fame) to do the narration but shortly thereafter met the infamous John Lydon. Lydon recorded a new narration track but kept going off script and riffing on the subject matter of Europe being pillaged by world bankers. Horne eventually used a hybrid of both Johnson and Lydon going on and off script for the final product.

* who also narrated the original 'Stevie and Zoya' shorts.
Rangoon - 2016-02-01
Actually, it's Tony Jay who did the original narration track. Joe Horne himself told me on Facebook.

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