‘Apocalypse Pooh’ (VIDEO)

10/9/14 1:00 PM | by

So apparently, back in the late ’80s, a guy by the name of Todd Graham put together this Winnie the Pooh/”Apocalypse Now” short and shared it via VHS tape.

It was an underground hit and went what people would call viral today, circulating at comic conventions. Graham called his work style “telejusting” although most people would call it a mashup or a remix now.

With VHS defunct and all, politicalremix archived it on YouTube for the world to see it again.

[Soldier Systems Daily/Facebook]

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