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themilkshark - 2014-11-22

The two leads didn't seem to get along.

Hailey2006 - 2014-11-22

probably why they didn't make anymore!

sasazuka - 2014-11-22

Oh, this is an actual thing that's on television somewhere now?

I saw the title and honestly thought it was referring to that crappy Hanna-Barbera cartoon from the 1970s. (Well, okay, I concede that "that crappy Hanna-Barbera cartoon from the 1970s" can refer to much of their output from that decade, but I mean specifically the "Laurel & Hardy" one, which, trivia fact, FOR BETTER OR FOR WORSE's Lynn Johnston worked as a low-level cel painter on.)

sasazuka - 2014-11-22

Sorry, I looked it up, it's from 1999, which was, checks watch, 15 years ago.

Must have slipped completely under my radar.

Hailey2006 - 2014-11-22

Watch the film here...

cognitivedissonance - 2014-11-22

"The New Adventures" implies there were more proposed. They actually thought this would be a franchise.

SteamPoweredKleenex - 2014-11-23

Like the 3 Stooges, the Little Rascals, the Lone Ranger, etc.

There are some things that are just products of their time and really can't be effectively remade for a modern age without it being ironic or so retooled you might as well call it something other than the name of the original IP.

That reminds me. I seem to recall that Dreamworks bought the rights to Felix the Cat. Since they're going under, I wonder if anyone else will be stupid enough to try reviving ol' Felix?

infinite zest - 2014-11-23

Ugh. The New Adventures of Felix. Felix's bag of tricks gets searched by the TSA or something. Sometimes dumb sounding revivals work though like Teen Titans Go. But I don't hold out much hope for that poor cat.

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