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Desc:This was Albert Einstein's favorite TV show.
Category:Classic TV Clips, Humor
Tags:puppets, Bob Clampett, 1950s, Cecil the Seasick Sea Serpent, cardboard and tubesocks
Submitted:Hooper_X
Date:02/20/09
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Comment count is 5
cognitivedissonance
Stan Freberg + Daws Butler.
baleen
I assume he also watched Guiding Light.
FangoftheCobras
Time for Beany to a bag over his and everyone else's hideous monster face.
GoodAaron
A penetrating expose of the underbelly of Hollywood success.

Also, the entire premise of this episode makes no sense. Not the "jumping off a building" part, but rather the fact that Cecil the Seasick Sea Serpent jumps off a building so that he can get famous and someone will give him a movie deal. That's fine.

The problem is, why would Cecil be concerned with getting a picture deal with the movie producer B.B. if he ALREADY HAS ONE? The opening narration clearly states that B.B. is sending Beany and Cecil to China to make a film, presumably starring in it. So why all the runaround to get B.B.'s attention AGAIN so they can get ANOTHER MOVIE DEAL that involves certain harm and possible death?

Also, 5 stars for advising children not to run into the street without directly warning them not to jump off buildings like their favorite TV Sea Serpent friend.
TeflonDoc
Einstein had brains and taste.
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