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Rabbit Ears: Pecos Bill (1988)

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Nowhere Near The Hype
24 April 2007 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

I had read so many positive reviews of this movie, just raving about it, that I couldn't wait to see it. Review after review book just raved about this little film.

I found it very disappointing; not anywhere near as humorous as the critics would have you believe. What is the big deal?

What this is, is a 30-minute animation featuring the voice of Robin Williams. The visuals are just "stills." Tim Raglin's drawings are okay, but nothing spectacular.

I did enjoy the guitar work of Ry Cooder, one of my favorites. To me that was a lot more enjoyable than the story or the artwork.


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