Wednesday, March 8, 2017

KLEM TV


I was big fan as a kid. I'd never seen the animation(s). Their faces are sometimes described as "bird-faced." But I always thought they were rat-faced.

Love the "rat giggles."

6 comments:

chickelit said...

There's a spooky museum in D.C. called The International Spy Museum. Well worth it. It's walking distance to Ford's Theater, if I recall correctly.

chickelit said...

I want the "rat-giggle" as a ring tone.

Lem said...

Chip is a fan I think.

deborah said...

Definitely bird. They remind me of Heckle and Jeckle.

chickelit said...

I guess it's the way their mouths work. Heckle and Jekyll have beaks which almost open in two pieces: link

The Spys' mouths open way further up and under like a rodent's; look at the way one of them laughs after the exploding lion tank scene.

deborah said...

You are correct, sir, but when mouths are not open they look more like birds. Now shall we arm rassle for the booby prize...we are discussing the mouth shapes of cartoons! (I thought they were crows, but they're magpies.)