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Saturday, May 1, 2010

Minotaurs on Satyrday?

Well . . . maybe there will be a "Minotaur Monday" comin' up, but right now I'm padding this venture with a cartoon. 

Theseus attempting to Slay a very lithe and leanly muscular Minotaur:
















Disney did a series based on it's musical-comedy animated film version of the legend of Hercules*. The film wasn't all that good. Neither is the series, but it has this episode with a hunky minotaur and featuring the voice of David Hyde Pierce, formerly of "Frasier", the voice of 'Abe Sapien' in the Hellboy** movie series, and now a star on Broadway after Spamalot***, and someone who sounds suspiciously like they are doing an impersonation of the late Charles Nelson Reilly.

Here are Parts 2 and 3 of 3. The minotaur isn't in Part 1, so I did you the favor of forgetting it:

 




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                                                                                                                                                                                     So, this isn't exactly Six Degrees of Separation but it is trivia. If you are ever asked, "What do "Frasier", "Monty Python's Spamalot", "Hellboy" and "Disney's Hercules The Animated Series" all have in common?" You'll know.  
                                                 
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