2 hours ago
"Where does that 'yee' video come from,” I thought. Here I am an hour or two later and I know entirely too much.
So there is this German animation company named Dingo Pictures.
"The studio is known for creating traditionally-animated cartoons based on fairy tales and concepts plagarizing the works of Disney, Pixar and DreamWorks. These cartoons are highly regarded as some of the worst animated films ever, with extremely low-budget animation, repetitive dialogue, lack of dub actors (only two people voice all the characters, in some cases only one) and shoddy character designs, often looking as if it was traced from another cartoon." - mockbuster.wikia.com
These things have been translated into multiple languages. Here is the “yee” film in its entirety, with the dinosaurs speaking Italian. (Word has it that the “yee” dialogue appears only in the Spanish traslation, a version I can’t find on YouTube.) The vid is apparently lifted from a VHS tape, a tape that starts by spending a good chunk of your lifespan on a blank screen, setting the tone of raw disrespect for civilization.
Even if you don’t want to see the dinosaurs speaking Italian, just click here to watch the trailers. Look, more films from the people who brought you “yee”!
Question: how did Dingo Pictures get through life without being sued into oblivion?
Answer: By only pretending to rip off famous movies, hiding behind box art for films Dingo wisely didn’t try making.
If you aim to deliberately buy a cheap knockoff of Disney’s Hercules…
…you will get all that you deserve.
Dingo Pictures is a false flag operation created by Disney to discourage consumers from ever again buying cheap knockoffs of anything.
The really unique part of Dingo’s history is where its movies were put on PS1 and PS2 discs by an outfit called Phoenix Games. English-speaking kids were expected to spend their precious gaming time on watching a grotesquely dubbed grotesque cartoon with a grotesque lack of, you know, game-play features. Possibly for the purposes of plausible deniability, Phoenix Games spat some selectable mini games onto the menu screens. For examples of these “games”, watch the above posted video. Watch the whole damn thing.
Resources and MORE:
Full Phoenix Games Playstation version of Dinosaur Adventures IN ENGLISH, parts 1, 2, 3, 4, and 5.
But I have to tell you that Animal Soccer World is worse.
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