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Cuckoo on a Choo Choo (1952)
Although critics and even stooges themselves, said it was their worst short, I think it's better than all the Joe Besser shorts combined.
It was Shemp, my favorite stooge. I guess you have to know the back story of the stooges. They were under contract to deliver X number of shorts per year to Harry Cohn, Columbia president.
They have been screwed by Cohn for years. Probably way of getting back at him.
Green Acres: The Man for the Job (1967)
Wonderfully funny !!!
The flashbacks, remind you of how crazy they all are in good ol' Hooterville.
Such crazy stories. Never hit upon a clunker. Such great writers with exceptional imaginations.
Even the credits are so crazy.
That's what separates this show from all the rest.
It's just a shame and pity that executives had to listen to bad advice and cancel Such great programs that were still in top 5. Ignorant idiots.
The Dick Van Dyke Show: Uhny Uftz (1965)
In objection, to the one that didn't like this.
I believe you miss the comedic point.
It's not that it was discovered as a child's toy, it's all that led up to the discovery.
A person can really relate to being alone and everything quiet. Every little sound is amplified and a person begins talking to himself.
Dick van Dyke demonstrates that with such genius. Buddy's one liners are a scream.
One of the best !!
Floyd is at his best !!! Making himself right at home, eating a banana.
Then, Floyd, takes credit for recapture with his large picture in Mayberry newspaper. Barney as usual gets bear red.
Rebuttal to previous review
This episode is really so outstanding !!!
I dont know who wrote that terrible review and everyone is entitled to their own opinion, but that opinion is simply so ludicrous !!!
For one thing, it's a cartoon. In the cartoon world, anything is possible, hence, an anvil dropping on the head with no injuries. Look at loonytunes cartoons. Cant examine every little detail.
Secondly, at the end, it does explain that it was only a dream. This happens alot in dreamworld whether ttelevision or reality.
Thirdly, the song, 'Let the sun shine in' does tell a moral just like most of their episodes.
Bottom line is that it's a cartoon. You said it right. Cartoons are a form of escapism.
Enjoy it, not examine it !!!
The Rifleman: Flowers by the Door (1961)
Stove reads, hoosier.
Hoosier stove company wasn't founded until January 1, 1900.