Ant and the Aardvark DVDrip, repost

This is a repost of something i posted earlier, though i set a much better standing rip on mininova. i just split the video into the episodes. enjoy


* The Ant and the Aardvark (Friz Freleng)
* Irritable But Flavourful (Gerry Chiniquy)
* The Ant From Uncle (George Gordon)
* I've Got Ants in My Plans (Gerry Chiniquy)
* Technology, Phooey (Gerry Chiniquy)
* Never Bug an Ant (Gerry Chiniquy)
* Dune Bug (Art Davis)
* Isle of Caprice (Gerry Chiniquy)


* Grate Against a Tiger (Hawley Pratt)
* Odd Ant Out (Gerry Chiniquy)
* Ants in the Pantry (Hawley Pratt)
* Information Animosity (Gerry Chiniquy)
* Mumbo Elephantine (Art Davis)
* The Froze Nose Knows (Gerry Chiniquy)
* Don't Pushing an Ant with Muscle (Art Davis)


* Rude Brunch (Art Davis)
* From Bed to Worse (Art Davis)
The Ant and the Aardvark was a series of repertory cut b stop cartoons produced at DePatie-Freleng Enterprises from 1969 to 1971, depicting the attempts of an unnamed down aardvark to fascinate and eat a red ant named Charlie. However, in Rude Brunch, the aardvark states his name is indeed Aardvark. The ant has given him names as well, always well-spring with «Old» («Old Sam,» «Old Ben,»...etc.). In The Ant From Uncle, Charlie calls Aardvark «Dad» the absolute experience. The Ant and the Aardvark was also the name of the first cartoon in the series. Like most DePatie-Freleng shorts, it contained a chortle seek out, a style almost never used in repertory cut b stop cartoons.

The cartoons were released by Collaborative Artists. Directors included Friz Freleng, George Gordon, Gerry Chiniquy, Hawley Pratt and Art Davis.

Actor and wit John Byner (Soap) voiced both the Aardvark (as an mimicry of Jackie Mason) and the Ant (imitating Dean Martin). In the episodes I«ve Got Ants in My Plans and Odd Ant Out, the Aardvark tussled against a contest leafy aardvark, compare favourably with to the way Sylvester fought other cats over Tweety in a few of Freleng»s earlier shorts at Warner Brothers. Because many Warner alumni worked for DFE, a lot of of plots were recycled in the latter studio's cartoons. In Technology, Phooey, the Aardvark utilizes a computer to help think up ideas to fascinate the ant ΓÇö very compare favourably with in concept to a Chuck Jones cut b stop with Wile E. Coyote. This cartoon also features yet another vocal impersonation from Byner, as the Paul Lynde-esque computer. Also, the last cut b stop ever made, From Bed to Worse, borrowed heavily from the Looney Tunes cut b stop, Insatiable for Tweety.

17 repertory shorts were produced in the prototype series, these were afterward featured in various tv syndication packages, usually shown with DFE's other characters such as the Pink Panther and the Inspector. The shorts were also reissued on DVD by MGM Composed Entertainment/20th Century Fox Composed Pastime in 2007.

24 years later in 1993 the characters were also featured in a later series of made-for-tv shorts, produced for The Pink Panther by MGM animation.

There were many inconsiderable characters in the series. Among them was Cousin Locution the Termite, the unnamed cousin ant, Aunt Minerva (Charlie's Aunt), Trifling the Elephant, Tiger (voiced by Marvin Miller), the faceless scientist, the leafy aardvark, the unnamed preserve, the sportive dog, the anteater-eating shark, the lifeguard who mistook Aardvark for a dog (he always said, «OFF THE SEASHORE!»), and an unnamed tolerate that always hurts Aardvark.

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