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May 30, 2007

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WFMU found this cool 1976 US government funded cartoon commemorating the US Bicentennial. It's by Vince Collins. Link... [Read More]

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phantomoftheradio

You can download the Vincent Collins beautiful "200" vid at archive.org.
http://www.archive.org/details/200

(propaganda dispensers from 1953-1999)

neat post but I'm courious how you define your critia for what is propaganda.

Clyde Fernandes

The first video was really groovy although i did not have my sound out, its pretty interesting how much they try to be like us to change us! When they are nothing like us!

Peace and Love!
Clyde

Jeffersonic

That first one feels sinister...

ChronicallyCanuk

Any photosensitive epileptics watch 200? I'm not one but man my head is spinning..

Adam Stanhope

It's awesome, but unnecessarily shittily compressed.

You should be able to compress the shit out of a cartoon animation without turning it to digital shit.

http://www.archive.org/details/200

glenn

Can get a less compressed version here: http://www.archive.org/details/200

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