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Drawing on My Mind (1985)

Animated versions of George Carlin's wacky "news items".



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Animated versions of George Carlin's wacky "news items".

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Drawing on My Mind is a hilarious tribute to the late George Carlin as posted on Cartoon Brew from YouTube
24 June 2008 | by (Baton Rouge, La.) – See all my reviews

With comedian George Carlin having died a few days ago, Cartoon Brew linked on YouTube this animated short (or "cartoon" as narrator and writer Carlin insists on calling it) directed by Bob Kurtz. In this one, George tells a bunch of odd items depicted in a series of vignettes called "It's No Bullsh**!" Among them: "Tutti-Fruti Ice Cream Causes Homosexuality" or "At a nursing home in Oklahoma, it's Demolition Walker!" How about: "A woman severely injured herself when she attempted to force breast feed a wild boar." or, well, I can't remember everything but trust me, there's plenty of ribald Carlin humor hilariously visualized by Mr. Kurtz. What a wonderful tribute to the guy who was famous for the "Seven Words You Can't Say on Television" some 20 years after I first watched this on an omnibus feature called The International Tournee of Animation, Volume 2.

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