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Rangoon Rifflet: British PSAs!

Here's why Monty Python was such a smash hit.

Join Starchibald and Sunny Jim as they witness a disembodied narrator alternate between educating and attempting to murder Sir Hamface Buffoonington, Esquire, in a series of post-war British PSAs.

Keep Calm and Mock Along!


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Rangoon Riffs: Soapy the Germ Fighter

Safety-y the Safety Sprite survived his last encounter with the Rangoons and is out for revenge, and he's brought a host of his Object-Lesson-Spite pals with him to do it. His secret weapon? Soapy the Germ Fighter, a pantaloons-clad six foot tall cowboy soap that appears in the bedrooms of sleeping children. For reasons of cleanliness.

Scrub up with Starchibald, Sunny Jim and guest voices Linkara, Obscurus Lupa, Scott Summerton and a surprise mystery voice for... Soapy the Germ Fighter!


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Re: Rangoon Riffs: Rangoon Riffs: Soapy the Germ Fighter
« Reply #17 on: July 09, 2014, 12:52:43 PM »
Rangoon Rifflets: Rural Civil Defense Shorts


Are you worried about the effects of nuclear fallout on your livestock? … you are? Really? Wow. Uh… we had a joke here, but you kind of threw us off with that admission. Huh. Hoo. Yeah.

So uh… Starchibald and Sunny Jim… say things… over this series of civil defense TV spots aimed at the rural inhabitant. So… ummm… we guess you’ll learn something?

*edges away slowly*


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Re: Rangoon Riffs: Rangoon Rifflets: Rural Civil Defense Shorts
« Reply #18 on: July 23, 2014, 06:33:15 PM »
Rangoon Rifflets: The Quality of the Meat You Buy

Are you looking to be a more informed purchaser of meat? Well, if you can retain consciousness for the duration of the government-sponsored short, you might pick up a tip or two. Might. No promises.

Prepare for awkward pauses and blown lines NOT coming from Starch and Sunny Jim in "The Quality of the Meat You Buy"!

But that's not all!

Rangoon Rifflets: Sci-Fi Trailer Triple Feature!

Ian Ziering was paid for this bad film he made
Where sharks fall from the sky-y
Chris Pratt plays a man who forms a rogue band
Half of whom are CGI-I
Now The Doctor's reborn and his face is well-worn
By a man who swears like a sailor
Join Starchibald and Jim as they sit back and take in
This trio of sci-fi trailers


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You know, making shitty movies on purpose was one thing, but giving money to Andy Dick truly is inexcusable. A pox on you, Asylum!



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Rangoon Rifflets: That Rotten Tea Bag

Your guess is as good as ours, folks.


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Re: Rangoon Riffs: That Rotten Tea Bag
« Reply #22 on: August 21, 2014, 01:15:58 PM »
Rangoon Riffs: Ricky Raccoon Shows The Way

We heard your cries and demands. You didn't have enough weird costumed whatevers browbeating kids in your life. So we say "fine, here's Ricky Raccoon, a Seventiestastic abomination in a fursuit. Happy?"

Enjoy time and space being bent on a whim, huge lapels, and possibly the dumbest kid we've ever seen -and may ever see- in one of these shorts.


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Re: Rangoon Riffs: Ricky Raccoon Shows The Way
« Reply #23 on: August 28, 2014, 01:35:52 PM »
Rangoon Rifflets: The Bright Young Newcomer

Meet Mr. Barnes. He puts the casual in casual sexism.
Meet Betty. She puts the aggressive in passive-aggressive.
Meet Joan. She has no idea what she's stepped into and neither do you.

Learn how difficult managing an office can be when you staunchly refuse to manage an office in "The Bright Young Newcomer"!


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Re: Rangoon Rifflets: The Bright Young Newcomer
« Reply #24 on: October 02, 2014, 11:44:53 AM »
Rangoon Rifflets: As Others See Us

Conform. Conform. Conform... (and so forth)


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Re: Rangoon Rifflets: As Others See Us
« Reply #25 on: December 08, 2014, 03:12:39 PM »
Rangoon Rifflets: 2014 Wholiday Special

There are a great many parallels between Santa Claus and Doctor Who. But frankly we’re disinclined to spend really any time at all thinking of them. We’ll leave that to Tumblr.

In the meantime, we’ll be here adding running commentary to this pair of “sneak previews” from a pair of Doctor Who Christmas episodes! You’re welcome!


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Re: Rangoon Rifflets: As Others See Us
« Reply #26 on: December 09, 2014, 05:44:59 AM »
Rangoon Rifflets: 2014 Wholiday Special

There are a great many parallels between Santa Claus and Doctor Who. But frankly we’re disinclined to spend really any time at all thinking of them. We’ll leave that to Tumblr.

In the meantime, we’ll be here adding running commentary to this pair of “sneak previews” from a pair of Doctor Who Christmas episodes! You’re welcome!
I enjoyed the riffs, as always. And it was cool seeing Nick Frost as Santa.



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Re: Rangoon Rifflets: Doctor Who Holiday Riff!
« Reply #27 on: January 01, 2015, 09:05:20 PM »
Rangoon Rifflets: It Floats

It's been a while since we've taken a dull, plodding wander through the inner workings of automobiles from the black & white era. So let's do that! And this one's even got a warbly, odd-pausy disembodied voice to drag us along! Fun, right?

Enjoy this early entry in the Jam Handy empire!


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Re: Rangoon Rifflets: It Floats
« Reply #28 on: January 02, 2015, 07:38:25 AM »
That was great. All the drunk jokes about the narrator were so funny. I also like that they brag about the improved road clearance, but the huge bulge in the center clearly reduces it significantly.

Jam Handy. Music costs extra.



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Re: Rangoon Rifflets: It Floats
« Reply #29 on: January 31, 2015, 03:25:23 PM »
It's a double feature! If you want to just watch both in one sitting, choose the Pan Trailer and just let it auto-roll to the second video!


Rangoon Rifflets: Pan

By Patreon request!

Surely a classic series of stories such as Peter Pan NEEDS to have its origins strewn out across the table like so many chicken entrails, right? We absolutely must know the origin of this classic character!

What's that? J.M. Barrie already covered that by saying he ran away from home as an infant? Pfft, what does HE know? Let's slap together a destiny plot, can never have too many of those! Oh, and lose that Tinker-whatever character. I mean, who even likes her, right?

Sunny Jim and Starchibald never saw this coming. And they wish they still hadn't.

Rangoon Rifflets: Famous Batteries


If there's one thing we know our audience absolutely loves, it's an old guy rambling on about long-dead sportsball players. So here it is.

You're welcome.