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Desc:setting a new low bar for Disney in the 80s
Category:Classic Movies, Classic TV Clips
Tags:Disney, 80s, Michael Eisner, fuzzbucket
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Wild gesticulating to simulate life.
I scanned my pop culture radar and Fuzzbucket wasn't on it.
Rodents of Unusual Size
I have never, ever heard of this, and I am completely enthralled/horrified.
Rape Van Winkle
Fuzzbucket was rad.
I vaaaaaaguely remember this.

Okay, name this Disney Sunday night movie:

Something about an evil 19th century warlock who made some evil cloak. A modern day family's portly, mustached father puts on the cloak and is possessed by the warlock. I want to say it was called "Boogity" or something, or the villain's name was Mr. Boogity.
Rape Van Winkle

Weird to remember this.

That's a vague remembrance of Mr. Boogedy. What I remember is there were at least two Mr. Boogedy films. There was a sequel where he came back. We taped those off the TV and watched them all the time as kids.

I mainly remember a part where the suburban dad tries to hit Mr. Boogedy with a fireplace shovel, which then begins to inflate like a balloon and lift him off the floor.

Whoops, an EIGHTEENTH century warlock.

Oh shit, toddler me didn't realize it was Gomez playing the father.

DSNM were a staple of my childhood. I'd come running into the house at 8 on Sunday evenings to watch whatever. I miss the 80s.

The Bride of Boogity as well. Someone had posted the entire Mr. Boogity on YouTube a few months back - split up into 12minute clips, I think. I told myself I was gonna watch it for nostalgia, but I did not get around to it. Probably better off leaving that in my memory.

Four for John Candy or whoever that was taking the squash ball in the head.
Holy shit, the voice of Mickey.
Wayne Allwine, who voiced Mickey during the 80's, refused to say the line "I just loved your movie, Fuzzbucket! You were terrific!" on general principle. When Eisner insisted, Allwine took five hostages and holed himself up in that one room in the Haunted Mansion where the pictures get larger. A tense nineteen hour standoff eventually ended when the guy in the Daisy Duck costume infiltrated the building and set off some tear gas.

All charges against Allwine were dropped once federal prosecutors saw the first five minutes of the movie.

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