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Saturday Morning: Cartoons' Greatest Hits (1995)

Saturday Morning: Cartoons' Greatest Hits, the video, is a truly altoonative collection of cartoon classics. Hosted by Drew Barrymore, this ultimate party tape features footage from your ... See full summary »

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Jean Pellerin

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Ralph Sall
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Credited cast:
Drew Barrymore ... Herself
Butthole Surfers ... Themselves
Collective Soul ... Themselves
Tim DeLaughter Tim DeLaughter ... Himself
Tanya Donelly Tanya Donelly ... Herself
Face to Face Face to Face ... Themselves
Floyd Gaugh Floyd Gaugh ... Himself
Page Hamilton Page Hamilton ... Himself
Juliana Hatfield Juliana Hatfield ... Herself
Gibby Haynes ... Himself
Reverend Horton Heat Reverend Horton Heat ... Himself
V. Todd Lewis V. Todd Lewis ... Himself
Mary Lou Lord ... Herself
Material Issue Material Issue
Bradley Nowell Bradley Nowell ... Himself
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Saturday Morning: Cartoons' Greatest Hits, the video, is a truly altoonative collection of cartoon classics. Hosted by Drew Barrymore, this ultimate party tape features footage from your favorite cartoons with unrestrained performances by some of today's hottest alternative acts. It's an absolute high-octane nostalgia kick, and best of all, you don't have to get up at dawn to enjoy any of it. Written by Anonymous

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It's Saturday morning just like it used to be. Kinda.


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English

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Jonny Quest/Stop That Pigeon
(from Dastardly and Muttley in Their Flying Machines (1969))
Performed by Reverend Horton Heat
Produced by Ralph Sall for Bulletproof Recording Company, Inc.
Reverend Horton Heat appears courtesy of Interscope Records
'Jonny Quest' provided courtesy of Hanna-Barbera Productions, Inc., a Turner Company.
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I'm not rating this
15 March 2008 | by cultofsucktitudeSee all my reviews

I didn't know that a video existed to this excellent album. Now, it's 2008 and the album came out in 1995. I used to work in a music store so this must have been pretty damn obscure even when it originally came out.

Yeah, you know, I have to agree with the other reviewer. Nothing really special here. You can view the Ramones video to this on youtube. It has Drew Barrymore and a few other folks watching the videos on TV and instead of talking in between the videos they frequently talk over the music ... I guess to remind us that they are still a part of this. Very annoying!!

But the album is worth checking into. Ramone's version of the Spider-man song is so much cooler than the one that was covered by Aerosmith for the Sam Raimi film. Sublime's version of Hong Kong Fooey is great. Frankly, it's earier for me to point out the weak points of the album because it's all pretty fun. The video ... not so much.


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