The Craigs - The Meth Minute 39 Video
'Cavalcade of Laffs' is the 10th episode of The Meth Minute 39 cartoon series by Dan Meth. Here we are introduced to Sir George Flinchley, an eccentric ram who manages a menagerie of stand-up comedians. George is insane, however, and his combination of untalented acts and inappropriate venues combine to produce chaotic results. In this installment, George unleashes an insecure mantis on a roomful of geriatrics. "Cavalcade of Laffs" was created and written by Dan Meth and Ryan Van Winkle many years ago and is finally being let loose on the Internet.
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'Watermelon Nights' is the 11th episode of the Meth Minute 39 cartoon series. Director Dan Meth takes the animation out into the real world with a full-length stop motion music video for this summer anthem by underground musician John Crave. It's one of the 'sweetest' short films ever made. To download the Watermelon Nights mp3, visit John Crave's Myspace More Meth Minute at http:///www.methminute39.com. More John Crave at http://www.johncrave.com. Directed by Dan Meth song written and performed by John Crave (featuring Curt Battles); Assistant Director: Lee Rubenstein;
Best Boy:Josh Weisbrod; Dialogue: Lee Rubenstein, Jared Roessler.
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