Of course, it’s Saturday Night Live, so it’s a little raunchy. This video went viral and I thought it was funny too.…
A man thinks he witnesses a murder, but when he summons the police they find an empty apartment where he saw the murder. This should have been a Twilight Zone.
Gulliver’s Travels is a 1939 cel-animated Technicolor feature film, directed by Dave Fleischer and produced by Max Fleischer for Fleischer Studios. The film was released during the holiday season of 1939 by Paramount Pictures, who had the feature produced as an answer to the success of Walt Disney’s huge box-office hit Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs.
In 1918, a flu pandemic ripped through the global population with such speed and virulence that by the end of the following year an estimated 40 million people would be dead — four times the number of victims eventually claimed by the First World War. The flu’s impact was simultaneously felt in nearly every corner of the earth, from the battlefields of Europe and Northern Africa to remote Inuit villages in Alaska and the grasslands of New Zealand.
When talkies were new, there was a guy named W.C. Fields who took center stage in translating vaudeville to the silver screen.