Various saints are logging details of everyone entering Heaven, but because they're a bit out of touch with early 1950s slang, they come up with some very strange impressions of a recently ... See full summary »
Various saints are logging details of everyone entering Heaven, but because they're a bit out of touch with early 1950s slang, they come up with some very strange impressions of a recently deceased young man's life when he describes it to them. Written by
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Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer's, animation Producer Fred Quimby was originally opposed to making this cartoon. But animation director, Tex Avery, used with his witty vocabulary and convinced him, by telling him that there was nothing else ready, at the time, for animation production, at M-G-M. See more »
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****:perfect 4 stars,the BEST tex avery short ever.
A wonderfully hilarious short from the man who brought you the outrageously funny "Droppy series",the humor was incredibly well placed in as sight-gags,the animation I'd never really had any problem with classic Tex Avery shorts,& it's a clever parody to a semi-average lifetime (except for the shipwreck & such but they tried to place in a little bit of originality in),you may think I'm nuts but actually I think this whould make an awesome movie(get someone like Woody Harrelson or Harry Anderson for the part of the guy who tells the story),true the films humor might get a little too overused if you see it enough but I always found it enjoyable.
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