You know what needs to be its own music genre? Popular songs being covered by voice actors. You surprisingly don’t see it often with kid’s shows, but on the rare times it does pop up, it really highlights how much fun voice actors can have with their characters.
I mean you got:
The Looney Tunes singing It’s Now or Never by Elvis
Alvin and the Chipmunks singing Time Warp
Daffy and Bugs Bunny singing Can’t Buy Me Love by the Beatles
Larry and Mr. Lunt singing I Will Always Love You by Celine Dion
Bugs Bunny singing Good Luck Charm by Elvis
Bob and Larry singing Footloose
The Muppets singing Bohemian Rhapsody by Queen
The list goes on and on with other examples but those are just some of my favorites.
You can just tell the voice actors are having an absolute blast when you hear these song covers. Plus, it’s such a cool thing to see these characters cross over into our reality in a sense. Idk- it’s just fun! XD
I’m gonna listen to The Looney Tunes sing Jailhouse Rock again.
224 notes · View notes
half my brain: veggietales is legitimately good because it allowed itself to be both good media and religious media without letting one intersect the other; they had a set of guidelines for themselves based on the christianity of the creators and the message they intended to send but also made sure to have iconic characters and absolutely hilarious lines so that they could stand on their own merits as children’s media. as well as this they never pushed the religious elements too far; they never told kids to force their spirituality on other people, for example. instead they kept their messages to the simple foundations of the religion, “be kind to others,” which is why veggietales has stood the test of time while most other christian media has not, because they actually understood what their religion was about
other half of my brain: veggietales is good because larry the cucumber invented fandom culture with barbra manatee
397 notes · View notes