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2022-09-26 1:11:13 PM  

TerrorTony: sirrerun: neeNHA: Was Hanna-Barbera big in France?

The ad is from Brazil.

A friend of mine named Mark Evanier was involved with the good Hanna Barbera comics from the 70s. He said there was a Jabberjaws comic book published in France (at least, it wasn't published in the US) that he wrote.
I name drop him mainly because around Christmas time a lot of people take credit for the story about Christmas Carolers at the Farmers Market in LA (guest-starring Mel Torme) that he wrote about.


For people in the know, that's a helluva name to drop! I've been reading his his stuff, from comics to blogs, as well as watching his cartoons, for most of my life.
 
2022-09-26 3:33:29 PM  
At work, so can't watch but is this a repeat from a few years ago or did they redo it?  Because I have a screengrab from a few years ago I used as an FB profile picture
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2022-09-26 5:55:16 PM  

brigid_fitch: At work, so can't watch but is this a repeat from a few years ago or did they redo it?  Because I have a screengrab from a few years ago I used as an FB profile picture
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Oh, this ad has been around for several years now.

A friend sent me a link somewhere around - what?  2015?  2018?  As far as I can tell, this is exactly the same one.

Anyway, not disparaging anyone here who's just discovering it for the first time.  It really is a neat ad, and hey, without this thread, I might never have seen the 'Dungeons and Dragons' live action ad!
 
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