In the introductory 30 second song, before the three cartoons, the imaginary stork drops a "little bundle" of him, as he was born, in Taylor, Texas. On the page, last names show Smith and Jones, were crossed out, meaning those two were the previous little bundles that the stork had just delivered, before him. Above their last names is February 26th, 1908, which was Tex Avery's date of birth. Additional fact, Tex Avery's lifetime was from Wednesday, February 26th, 1908 to Tuesday, August 26th 1980, equaling 3,782 weeks & 6 days, also equaling 26,480 days, which contains all 5 even numerals, by sheer coincidence. See more »
a pretty good show that aired way back when cartoon network had character
TeX Avery show was a series that cartoon network pays tribute to TeX Avery. This show aired all of TeX Avery's cartoons he created from the 1940's,1950's etc. the cartoons included screwy squirrel,that wolf character,droopy etc. I use to watch this all the time back when I was in second grade it came on late around 10:00pm after my bed time but I would still stay up to watch it because it was so funny TeX Avery cartoon humor is funny but yet interesting. His cartoon were from the 1940's and 1950's as I stated before they are a lot better than these crappy cartoons we have today. I miss this show so much it doesn't come on TV anymore and probably never will, this show is apart of my childhood along with a lot of old cartoon network shows.
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