Finn and his trusty dog, Jake, have their peaceful day interrupted when they discover that Princess Bubblegum has been kidnapped by the Evil Ice King! They immediately come to her aid. What time is it? Adventure time!

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Pen (voice)
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Jake / Ice Clops (voice)
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Ice King / Fire Elemental (voice)
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Rainicorn / Snow Golem (voice)
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Old Man / Abraham Lincoln (voice) (as Pendelton Ward)
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Finn and his trusty dog, Jake, have their peaceful day interrupted when they discover that Princess Bubblegum has been kidnapped by the Evil Ice King! They immediately come to her aid. What time is it? Adventure time!

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At one point when this short was uploaded to YouTube.com it became viral to the point of having 2 million views. See more »

Quotes

Pen: Abraham Lincoln?
Abraham Lincoln: Pen, your mind has been transported back in time... and to Mars.
Pen: What?
Abraham Lincoln: It doesn't matter. All that matters is that you believe in yourself...
Pen: NEVER!
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Followed by Adventure Time (2010) See more »

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Adventure Time could possibly save children's television
19 January 2007 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

I, as many other people have, have seen this 7 and a half minute short film about Jake the dog and Pen the boy and their time spent saving princesses from Ice Kings and retrieving that old guy's diamonds from some dastardly ninjas, or, in general, adventuring. I have never been more impressed by seven minutes of animation in my life. The style is something right out of today's pop art scene, managing to retain the appeal of the originality behind the movement while remaining completely child-appropriate throughout. Maybe, just maybe, the age of the children's show full of adult in-jokes is over. We can all hope.

Another aspect that really impressed me was the music in this film. I would buy this show's soundtrack. If I were raising a child, this is the sort of programming I would want him or her to watch. It's creative, it's not restricted by gender roles, the humor is subtle and weary of crass situational obscenity.

I've certainly witnessed a fair share of people submit that this short must have been inspired by LSD or marijuana or some kind of drug. I am saddened that our contemporary society can only comprehend imagination in dosages.

Devoid of the unoriginal aping of Japanese animation or soulless exploitation of passing merchandising fads, Adventure Time may serve as the advent of a new age of animated television. At least, I hope it will be.


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