Underappreciated (in Off-topic)
December 18 2005 1:20 AM EST
December 18 2005 8:29 AM EST
December 18 2005 5:08 PM EST
Which movie was he from? And what is his name?
December 18 2005 5:11 PM EST
i guess lion king and Scar.
king something from a rudolph movie
December 18 2005 5:28 PM EST
It looks like it's ready to gnaw on somebody's leg...
December 18 2005 7:09 PM EST
That's the king of the Isle of Misfit Toys.
December 18 2005 9:56 PM EST
It's King Moonracer, king of the Island of Misfit Toys!
December 18 2005 10:56 PM EST
Isn't it Aslan? ;)
December 18 2005 11:08 PM EST
I wish Aslan looked like that. I mean, how scary would it be to see a huge lion with big, black wings and a malicious stare?
December 18 2005 11:58 PM EST
Oh, wings. I thought it was supposed to be a throne.
And the stare looks more cross-eyed than malicious.
December 19 2005 12:09 AM EST
Give 'em a break, Mael. The guy's made mostly of clay.
And if you've seen Rudolph The Red-Nosed Reindeer, then you may recall when Rudolph, Hermey, and Yukon Cornelius first arrive at the Island of Misfit Toys there is a shot of King Moonracer flying overhead. Flying lions are awfully scary sounding to me.
December 19 2005 11:30 AM EST
December 19 2005 3:39 PM EST
Now there is a scary photo!
Is it from Perfect Stangers?
December 19 2005 6:12 PM EST
December 21 2005 12:09 PM EST
wow, many old things i haven't seen in a while, everything is becoming all modernized theses days. (proceeds to ramble like an old man about the good ole days)
December 21 2005 8:06 PM EST
December 21 2005 8:15 PM EST
Feel free to add to this yourselves. I'm going to be adding to it for a while and it'd be neat to see what/who you all think is underappreciated.
December 22 2005 12:42 AM EST
second to last was Bobby's World. I have no idea what the last one was...
December 22 2005 12:52 AM EST
You aren't familiar with Teddy Ruxpin? He was this little stuffed animal bear that had a tape deck stuck in his belly and he came with cassettes that played any number of stories about his adventures. His mouth would even move with the tape to make it seem like he was actually speaking. They eventually turned it into a cartoon series, of which the picture represents. I'd forgive you for not knowing about it since it was only popular for a few years back in the mid 80s. It always held my fascination though, and I still, to this day, enjoy watching those cartoons.
December 22 2005 1:10 AM EST
December 22 2005 10:59 AM EST
Quite right, Adrian. Quite right. And in the world of mice and rats these ones seem to be left in the dust:
December 22 2005 11:05 AM EST
Neither receive the recognition they deserve...
December 23 2005 1:02 PM EST
December 23 2005 1:45 PM EST
yay for Paddington!
(I hope I spelled that right... it's been too many years, might have to re-read)
December 23 2005 2:36 PM EST
I'm coming to see you Elizabeth it's the big one.
December 24 2005 12:18 AM EST
December 24 2005 12:59 AM EST
the woodpecker knows what's up.
December 29 2005 10:54 PM EST
December 29 2005 11:03 PM EST
I'm lame, and dunno how to post a pic .. but ...
WHERE is Teddy Ruxpin!?!?!?!?
December 29 2005 11:58 PM EST
Whatever toy company holds the rights to the Teddy Ruxpin doll has started production (and could already be selling) new Teddy Ruxpin dolls with MP3 technology imbedded into the chest of the doll. I'm sure if you go onto eBay you'd be able to find one if they're out yet. As for the cartoon Teddy Ruxpin, they have yet to release it on DVD, but that hasn't stopped me from seeking out a few of my favorites on VHS. I've found that people are willing to part with those gems for a bag of beans. Long live Teddy Ruxpin!
December 30 2005 12:10 PM EST
December 31 2005 1:32 PM EST
Well how about that. Ask and you shall receive: The Adventures of Teddy Ruxpin DVDs
December 31 2005 1:49 PM EST
Jack the Ripper is underappreciated? Did I miss something? :P
December 31 2005 2:10 PM EST
Well, I figured that most people already know of my fondness for Arrested Development and seeing as that picture of Jack the Ripper is a screen shot of it I figured it was a fairly indirect way of saying that AD is underappreciated. I also wanted to see if anyone was paying attention since my last two pictures were of Jack the Ripper and Millard Filmore. Perhaps some can make a case for Filmore being underappreciated, but I really have no clue what the man did while he was in office. As for Jack the Ripper, only those who are keen about serial killer history could make a case for him, and those people are few and far between.
thats underworked not underappreciated
January 1 2006 5:55 AM EST
WOAH! Teddy Ruxpin DVD! And was just brought up on 12/31/05! .. ESP? Coinscidence ... nerds?
........ nerds :(
And, yeah (to above)
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