TV’s first cat-and-dog team tangles with an evil interstellar empire on an LP based on the cartoon that launched the Hanna-Barbera animation empire.
When Angel’s Egg came to the U.S. in unofficial fan videos in 1986, it was considered by all the anime fans to be very beautiful – but totally confusing.
“Scrappy, the cute little early thirties cartoon character, runs his own sleazy flop house”. Whenever I see this cartoon, I think of that description.
Whistle as we work our way through seven different editions of the classic soundtrack as released on Disneyland and Buena Vista vinyl albums from 1956 to 1987.