Friday, July 9, 2010

Looney TV Spoofs from CN Latin America

We have showcased some of the clever spots created for Cartoon Network Latin America in the past. Here are two that poke fun at shows on other cable networks. First, a parody of the Discovery Channel's I Shouldn't Be Alive focusing on Wile E. Coyote:

I Shouldn't Be Alive "Wile E. Coyote" from Carlo Olivares Paganoni on Vimeo.



Next, a spoof of A&E's Biography (complete with faux Jack Perkins narration) spotlighting Speedy Gonzales. This is from around 2002:

Speedy Bio from Carlo Olivares Paganoni on Vimeo.



Both these spots were written by Carlo Olivares Paganoni (who posted them onto his Vimeo account) and animated by Hook-Up Animation. Thanks to Misce-Looney-Ous reader Andrés Sanhueza for pointing them out to us via e-mail!

2 comments:

Chris Sig said...

Very interesting finds there - so again, it seems Wile. E was THAT close to catching the Road Runner yet again. The mockumentary certainly made it fascinating to watch, especially for that scene!

As for the Speedy short, that too was brilliant, given how little publicity Speedy was actually given around that time. Whoever was doing Slowpoke's voice had him spot on - but it was the Speedy/Pinky scene what did me in! XD

Chris Sobieniak said...

Sad the kind of things we miss up here that our Latin American pals down south have enjoyed watching all this time.

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