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How the Grinch Stole Christmas (animated 1966 version) - The Regrowing Roast Beast
Near the end, when Grinch is carving the roast beast, it doesn't decrease in size when he slices a piece off. Nor after four slices!!
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heeheecunnings on 12-26-2000
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Comments:
Jimbob writes:
Yup, it happens all the time in older animation. Watch an episode of The Flintstones. Ever see Barney and Fred running and about every 5 seconds the exact same background passes behind them? I don't really think of it as a slip up. Either it's done to save money or it's just easier that way.
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Meredith writes:
They use the same animation cells over and over again in cartoons. It saves on money. You can notice this type of stuff in a lot of cartoons, such as Scooby Doo and the Flinstones.
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Cowboy writes:
It was made in 1966, and intended for 5 year olds. I'm not saying anything, I love that movie, but use you're imagination a little.
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LadyMerri writes:
If you notice on most all older cartoons- they eat food but it never depletes what's on their plates, they carve meat but it never depletes what they carved it from.
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RedSoxGirl_7_33 writes:
I conquer - there are many times in this movie where the same part is played over and over again - where the Grinch is slithering along the floor, trees being cleaned off - it happens a lot.
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Viper writes:
I guess you have to expect that from a cartoon :)
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heeheecunnings writes:
The scary thing is that when I saw this with my homeroom class, half the class noticed too. Anyone else got some comments?
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TiDbLGeR89 writes:
I remember in all older cartoons all the food never gets smaller because I think they didn't know how to make it.
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