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The Black Sabbath Show

The Black Sabbath Show

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  • Comedy Partners, Flinch Studios
  • Animation Studio: Flinch Studios
  • Cartoon Characters: Tony Iommi, John "Ozzy" Osbourne, Terry "Geezer" Butler, Bill Ward, Doom Doom.
  • Directed By Robert Smigel.
  • Produced By Robert Smigel.
  • First Aired about 2000.
  • Originally Aired on Comedy Central Comedy Central.
  • Running Time: 7 minutes.
  • Color
  • U.S.A.  U.S.A.

Cartoon Summary:

The rock group Black Sabbath goes on vacation in Hawaii.

Cartoon Production Information:

Originally aired in the Comedy Central variety/puppet show "TV Funhouse," but made to look like a show from 1974.

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For those of us who grew up listening to Sabbath, this was a hilarious parody, putting the Sab Four in a ScoobyDooesque setting.

While the gibberish uttered by the Bill Ward character does give the cartoon a "Hillbilly Bears" feeling,...  (read more)

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