History Awesome / TheJetsons

28th May '15 1:10:08 PM NWolfman
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* VisualEffectsOfAwesome: The CGI used in the movie. Of course, the effects are dated nowadays, but back in 1990, these computer animated scenes were amazing.

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* VisualEffectsOfAwesome: The CGI used in the movie. CGI. Of course, the effects are dated nowadays, but back in 1990, these computer animated scenes were amazing.amazing.
* The entire opening, from the MickeyMousing Hanna-Barbera vanity plate to John Debney's awesome re-arrangement of the theme song.
28th May '15 1:08:54 PM NWolfman
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* In the movie, George has his two greatest moments ever. First:

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George has his two greatest moments ever. First:
10th May '15 9:03:55 PM BatmanKalEl
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* VisualEffectsOfAwesome: The CGI used in the movie. Of course, the effects are dated nowadays, but back in 1990, these computer animated scenes were amazing.
25th Apr '15 9:25:26 AM Psi001
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** Similarly MelBlanc, who voiced his role as Mr Spacely more or less on his death bed. This wasn't his only voice role at the time either.
10th May '14 6:42:52 AM Soufriere
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In the movie, George has his two greatest moments ever. First:
* '''George:'''"No! SIR! Mr Spacely!"
* And immediately afterwards, he risks death and dismemberment by entering the machinery to shut down the drill that is killing the Grungies.
* In what combines as this and a TearJerker in real life, George O'Hanlon, then greatly impaired due to partial blindness and short term memory loss from a stroke, struggled on to play the role of George, managing to finish his final line just before passing away in the recording studio. Hanna-Barbera alum Iwao Takamoto related the moment in the book ''My Life with a Thousand Characters''.

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* In the movie, George has his two greatest moments ever. First:
* ** '''George:'''"No! SIR! Mr Spacely!"
* ** And immediately afterwards, he risks death and dismemberment by entering the machinery to shut down the drill that is killing the Grungies.
* In what combines as this and a TearJerker in real life, George O'Hanlon, then greatly impaired due to partial blindness and short term memory loss from a stroke, struggled on to play the role of George, managing to finish his final line just before passing away in ''in the recording studio.studio''. Hanna-Barbera alum Iwao Takamoto related the moment in the book ''My Life with a Thousand Characters''.
25th Mar '14 11:51:52 AM jccw227
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* In the series we have Rosie, in her debut episode, dumping a pineapple upside-down cake over Mr. Spacely's head after he [[GeorgeJetsonJobSecurity yelled at and fired George.]] He later apologized hired George back and even gave him a raise so he could afford to keep Rosie, noting she made the best pineapple upside-down cake that he had ever been clobbered with (he was revealed to still be eating it).

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* In the series we have Rosie, in her debut episode, dumping a pineapple upside-down cake over Mr. Spacely's head after he [[GeorgeJetsonJobSecurity yelled at and fired George.]] George]] in front of the family. He later apologized hired George back and even gave him a raise so he could afford to keep Rosie, noting she made the best pineapple upside-down cake that he had ever been clobbered with (he was revealed to still be eating it).
4th Feb '14 11:19:29 AM jccw227
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* In the series we have Rosie, in her debut episode, dumping a pineapple upside-down cake over Mr. Spacely's head after he [[GeorgeJetsonJobSecurity yelled at and fired George.]] He later apologized hired George back and even gave him a raise so he could afford to keep Rosie, noting she made the best pineapple upside-down cake that he had ever been clobbered with (he was revealed to still be eating it).
15th Nov '13 2:32:25 PM Luma
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* In what combines as this and a TearJerker in real life, George O'Hanlon, then greatly impaired due to partial blindness and short term memory loss from a stroke, struggled on to play the role of George, managing to finish his final line just before passing away in the recording studio.

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* In what combines as this and a TearJerker in real life, George O'Hanlon, then greatly impaired due to partial blindness and short term memory loss from a stroke, struggled on to play the role of George, managing to finish his final line just before passing away in the recording studio. Hanna-Barbera alum Iwao Takamoto related the moment in the book ''My Life with a Thousand Characters''.
5th Jun '13 11:21:37 AM bunchacrunch
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* In what combines as this and a TearJerker in real life, George O'Hanlon, then greatly impaired due to partial blindness and short term memory loss from a stroke, struggled on to play the role of George, managing to finish his final line just before passing away in the recording studio. Yes, it's sad that he died and did so during production of a movie, but George O'Hanlan literally player the role of George Jetson until the day he died and died doing what he loved. That doesn't get anymore awesome than that.

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* In what combines as this and a TearJerker in real life, George O'Hanlon, then greatly impaired due to partial blindness and short term memory loss from a stroke, struggled on to play the role of George, managing to finish his final line just before passing away in the recording studio. Yes, it's sad that he died and did so during production of a movie, but George O'Hanlan literally player the role of George Jetson until the day he died and died doing what he loved. That doesn't get anymore awesome than that.
5th Jun '13 11:02:28 AM bunchacrunch
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* In what combines as this and a TearJerker in real life, George O' Hanlon, then greatly impaired due to partial blindness and short term memory loss from a stroke, struggled on to play the role of George, managing to finish his final line just before passing away in the recording studio.

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* In what combines as this and a TearJerker in real life, George O' Hanlon, O'Hanlon, then greatly impaired due to partial blindness and short term memory loss from a stroke, struggled on to play the role of George, managing to finish his final line just before passing away in the recording studio.studio. Yes, it's sad that he died and did so during production of a movie, but George O'Hanlan literally player the role of George Jetson until the day he died and died doing what he loved. That doesn't get anymore awesome than that.
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