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  1. Everyone on the internet are still saying the fact, that he hates Bubsy. Which is not true. If they said it as a theory, I would probably understand, but they actually say it as a fact, without even asking him. Which again, not true. A youtuber named DrewTheRedPoochyena uploaded a video, where he was at a book signing event for Rob Paulsen's newest release "Voice Lessons" during a Q&A session. At the end, he asked him, if he hates Bubsy. He said this: Rob Paulsen: "I don't hate Bubsy…//..I have nothing against Bubsy…//The reason I wansn't involved is not because I don't want to. They hired somebody else. I got nothing against Bubsy." DrewTheRedPoochyena: "So at the very least, not worse than Coconut Fred, right?" Rob Paulsen: "No." Here's the video to prove it: If you still need prove, here's the actual tweet from Rob Paulsen: https://twitter.com/yakkopinky/status/1257402898645790722
  2. In May 1993, Accolade made a game called Bubsy In Claws Encounters of the Furred Kind. It was created by Michael Berlyn, who is known for text adventure games and of course for his Bubsy games. Tho' he only worked on the first Bubsy game and then three years later on Bubsy 3D. It was released on SNES and on Sega Mega Drive. After it was published, a lot people loved this game. They said, that it has great music, great animation, all and all, it was a sucess for Accolade and for Michael Berlyn. Sega-16: Were you surprised at Bubsy’s initial success? Mike Berlyn: Yes, and no. I was hopeful, and we had a put a lot of work into it. The marketing push and advertising commitments were massive, and I had never before been associated with a product that had such financial support. As far as the product’s success, I did the best I could and crossed my fingers. I was more surprised at learning what a real marketing effort was: the money, the manpower, and the thought that went into it.[1] If you don't believe it, here's some screenshots of reviews for this game: FUN FACT: It was also released in Japan and it was called "Yamaneko Bubsy no Daibouken" or "Bubsy the Bobcat's Great Adventures" All the level passwords formed the first 114 digits of PI. While the success was happening, lots of commercials we're made. According to this video, it got 5 commercials, one was even aired while the Bubsy cartoon was airing! Maybe they're more of these, but they're lost and til' this day, they're only 5 of them found. There's also a Spanish commercial for it. It also got a lot of merchandise such as posters, two special books, T-shirts, pins… What's interesting is the Bubsy plush. But only employees of Accolade got this plush.[2] It even had many competitions and many ports of this game. Because of a huge success, Accolade decided to make a TV show out of him. So they started the Production of it. Source [1] https://www.sega-16.com/2006/08/interview-mike-berlyn/ [2] https://atariage.com/forums/blogs/entry/16040-cruizin-budsies-the-bubsy-plush-sightings-and-getting-a-plush-made-july-2019/
  3. From the album: Gallery of Bubsy Games

    According to the Google translator, it means "Fly Super Law". I don't think that it's called like that, but this is what translates to in any other translators. Theory Maybe it's called "Fly away, Super Bubsy" because the sentences are "nal-ala syupeobeobsi" and it sounds familiar to "nal-ala super bubsy" and Bubsy's ability is gliding, which it counts as flying, I suppose. I don't know, that's just my theory.
  4. Bubsy Pilot used 9 old clips, that we're borrowed from Archive Film and even from NASA. They we're used: 1.) When Terry and Teresa ask Bubsy "Why do you wanna test it (Virtual reality helmet), uncle Bubsy?" Then Bubsy explains why: "Because I am brave.." Then it shows the footage of a brave man, who stops cannonball by his stomach. This is Frank Richards (1887-1969), who was an American carnival and vaudeville performer and mostly known for stopping cannonballs with his stomach (source: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-bxd1EsVhI8) (more info about him: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Frank_"Cannonball"_Richards) "Because I crave adventure..." Then it shows a footage of a caveman fighting with some sort of monster. We are not sure where this came from. So no source found for this one yet. "Because, I need to go, where no bobcat has ever gone before.." Then it shows a footage of an astronaut jumping on the moon. This is of course from NASA. More specifically, the First Moon Lading from 1969 (Neil Armstrong) (source: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cwZb2mqId0A) 2.) When Bubsy says "Let's be heroes and save the day!" to Arnold. Then he grabs Arnold's tail, pulls him over and explains, how are they doing to save the day: "Let's take a bull by the horn.." Then it shows a footage of a man riding on a bull, then he falls down and bull beats him. No source to be found for this one yet. "Let's beat the odds..." Then it shows a footage of two men boxing underwater. This footage was recorded in Silver Spring, Florida. Boxing underwater was some sort of tourist attraction in Silver Spring, Florida in the 1950s. (Source: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=X65ZSgWedqM) "Let's throw the course into the wind!" Then it shows a footage of a man in some sort of test. This man was in the G-force experiment in wind tunnel (level 9 of 10), that was tested by US military. (Source: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=q01WLM6RwSY) 3.) At the end, when Bubsy tells to Arnold, how to save the day: "You gotta live on the edge.." Then it shows a footage of a man standing on one hand on a roof. No source to be found for this one yet. "You gotta go for the gusto..." Then it shows a footage of a man ice-skating with a rocket on his back. It was a test on Rocket Ice Skater invention. But it didn't work and he fell down. (source: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iCTRjK69Vq8) "You gotta be a hero for crying out loud!" And for the final footage to show, it shows a superhero flying in the sky. It's a scene from the movie called: Invaders from Space (1965). It's a movie, that was edited for American audience of the 1957 Japanese short series called Super Giant. (source: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gSNenmvNmZU, time: 1:02:15) (more info about it: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Invaders_from_Space) So they are some of the footage found, but not all of them. Six of them are found, but three of them are still missing.
  5. When it aired? It aired on November 28th 1993 on Thanksgiving on the Channel FOX 53. According to this footage from Bubsy Pilot (with original commercials), the next cartoons we're Garfield (at 7:30 am), Merry Melodies (at 8:00 am), The Pink Panther (at 8:30 am) and Xuxa (at 9:00 am). The cartoon was 21 minutes long and had 5 minutes of commercials, so it's believable, that it aired at 7:00 am. List of Commercials 1. Bubblin shower (Mattel) 2. Original Bugles, corn snacks (General Mills, Inc.) 3. Granola Bars (Nature Valley) 4. 36 Hour Marathon sale! (Value City Furniture) 5. Tyrannosaurus Rocks (Mattel) 6. Bumble Ball (ERTL) 7. Quintex Cellular 8. Western School of Health & Business 9. Barbie: Paint 'N Dazzle Car (Mattel) 10. Answer & Win (FOX 53) 11. Thanksgiving Safety (Edgar Snyder & Associates) 12. Paws with a chase Reactions The reactions weren't really good. It wasn't a big success, so it failed. On the Bubsy Fanblog, Michael Berlyn said, that Accolade developers we're cringing while they watched it. Even though, they were involved in the production of it.[1] Some people say, that he hated the cartoon, but according to Sega-16's interview with Michael Berlyn, when they asked him, what did he thought of it, he said this: "…//I thought it was extremely clever — it did a nice job of playing on Bubsy’s name, and the characters were all “Bubsy-like.” While the art direction was not what Bubsy was all about, it was at least interesting. Bubsy‘s original art direction was an interpretation of the Fleischer cartoons of the 1920s and 30s. The rounded, bouncing, alive cars and objects was what I wanted, and after a lot of work, was accomplished. The TV pilot had a more southwest, angled feel, and that was okay since the sponser was Taco Bell (if I recall correctly). The attitude and wisecracks were Bubsy, though." [2] But it could only mean, that he only liked Bubsy's characters, because in the other interview (this time with DoctorClu), he said, that he didn't like the cartoon.[3] Some years later, when the internet started to exist, a lot of people talked and they're still talking about it. They said and they're still saying, that it sucks, it's annoying, has lame jokes, looks awful… While it has a lot of negatives, it still has some positives: 1. The theme song and music are catchy & pretty good. 2. The animation is great, even tho' it has some animation errors, it still looks great. 3. The character designs and his world are interesting. 4. They did a great job on backgrounds. 5. Arnold himself is a bit funny at times with his goofy voices. 6. Sid himself is kinda funny at some point, even if he is stereotypical character like in many cartoons with hungry and moronic henchmen. Sources [1] https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jlYW3pof8JI [2] https://www.sega-16.com/2006/08/interview-mike-berlyn [3] https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jlYW3pof8JI
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