Tuesday, March 10, 2009

Commentary on "Little Go Beep"

Our pal Brandon Pierce has created a video commentary on the 2000 Looney Tunes short "Little Go Beep" created by Earl Kress. I found it on Youtube and thought it was well worth a posting here. Also included is an audio clip from "Stu's Show" from Shokus Internet Radio, in which Earl Kress discusses a little of the short's history with Stu Shostack and Jerry Beck. essential viewing!

4 comments:

Brandon said...

I remember when I originally posted this, I got a lot of flack about my comment about all the animators being credited. I didn't mean to make it sound like it's a bad thing, I was just saying that they take up time away from the cartoon. Unfortunatly, nowadays, they don't think to make the cartoons a little longer, because it's too costly, and they think audiences will get impatient.

And note that before I say "Dee Bradly Baker", I ALMOST say "Dee Wallace Stone".

Thanks for posting my commentary Matthew!

Nic Kramer said...

It's good but I don't like his commentary for "Rabbit Seasoning". It basically has the same problems like the one for "Claws for Alarm".

Charlie said...

I liked the commentary, but I had to turn it off after the "Stu's Show" clip started. The audio quality was too bad. Does anyone have a transcript of it? Was there anything settled about "Little Go Beep" being released on DVD?

Anonymous said...

I want "Little Go Beep" in DVD!!!!!

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