This is simply amazing. According to comedian/actor Paul Scheer, who first tweeted this, we have a video done by the real animators of Yogi Bear, directed by the actual Eric Brevig. UPDATE: The actual creator is Edmund Earle and he speaks to WSJ about the video here.
This is a parody of the climatic scene in Andrew Dominik‘s The Assassination of Jesse James By The Coward Robert Ford and it is done beautiful. Scheer’s warning that the video would get taken down persuaded me to put it in a more permanent place. Check out the alternate ending below, as well as an earlier piece of adult marketing.
For context, here is the original:
Does this brilliant piece of marketing convince you to check out Yogi Bear?
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