|Posted by Anna H. on October 8, 2016 at 6:30 AM|
How's it going my gumdrops? Did you "fall" into the season yet? Yes, I know. That was a really cheesy question to ask you about the fall season.
Throughout this week, I have been planning my blog schedule for this month. As long as no emergencies throw monkey wrenches into my plans, I should be able to publish more Halloween themed blogs. There are at least 2 Song Saturday blogs, that I have planned for the last 2 Saturdays of October.
It seems like most of my subscribers like Song Saturdays better than Cartoon Sundays. I believe more subscribers are indifferent to Cartoon Sundays because there are STILL those adults, who believe that animation is only for kids. All the while, some of those SAME adults will bum rush the lines at the movie theaters to go see the latest Disney movie.
Now Disney movies really ARE for kids!
Most of my Cartoon Sunday blogs feature animation for a more mature audience. That does NOT mean 5-year-old children. Some animation which is occasionally shared for Cartoon Sunday blogs CAN BE pornographic. However, the animaton I usually share is mostly violent and/has profanity in it.
I spent yesterday updating a Cartoon Sunday blog, which I published 2 years ago about Beetlejuice, considering that we are already on the topics of both my Cartoon Sunday blogs and animation. Updating that blog inspired me to publish a Song Saturday blog featuring the theme song to Beetlejuice.
While updating an older Cartoon Sunday blog about Beetlejuice, I noticed that Beetlejuice's "Critters Sitters" video was removed from YouTube. Therefore, it required a lot of hunting for another copy of the episode on another site.
Yesterday I linked that episode to my Cartoon Sunday blog, again. YouTube sure does love to remove and censor content, nowadays. So much for the company being about "broadcast yourself."
YouTube viewers can barely watch certain music videos and listen to certain songs anymore because they have been removed. Luckily, I was able to find Beetlejuice's theme song composed by Danny Elfman.
There are at least 2 different versions of the "Beetlejuice Theme Song." The version I found goes to the original 1988 movie for Beetlejuice, which samples parts of Harry Belafonte's "Day-O." I always loved the film version of Danny Elfman's "Beetlejuice Theme Song."
The film version of the theme song has more of a haunting sound to it combined with some really campy elements. Since we are now on the topics of Beetlejuice and Song Saturday, here is Danny Elfman's "Beetlejuice Theme Song" for today's Song Saturday.
Danny Elfman "Beetlejuice Theme Song" Beetlejuice Original Soundtrack (1988 )
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