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Meet the Feebles is a song from Meet the Feebles. It is the introduction to both the film and The Fabulous Feebles Variety Hour. It is performed by nearly the. Meet the Feebles () SoundTracks on IMDb: Memorable quotes and exchanges from movies, TV series and more Barry's Aria Music and Lyrics by Peter Dasent Performed by Mark Hadlow. Garden of Love Music by Peter Dasent. On a magic night, When the way you feel, Is a mystery, It will be revealed. Could be an angel, From up above, With a flower from the garden, The garden of love.
Sebastian, especially since a lot of much less Jerkassy characters get slaughtered in the finale. However Sebastian is seen in an eyepatch which implies he lost an eye while trying to escape the rampage. Ironically after Sebastian performed "that song", Bletch orders Trevor to "eliminate the fudgepacker" but Heidi's rampage managed to prevent this.
Also Sebastian "enjoys the act of sodomy" but claims God doesn't like the very act yet manages to survive the rampage. Sebastian surviving Heidi's massacre was a Bait-and-Switch because we see him hiding out in a Rocket launcher carrot used in the act but then the carrot goes off, crashes and explodes, so we're left to assume Sebastian died until The "Where Are They Now?
Bletch and Trevor murder the Fly in the Sky in a brutal, sadistic manner, ripping his wings off one after the other before flushing him down the toilet. If the Fly hadn't been such a pesky, invasive Jerk Assthe audience might have felt sorry for him. Bletch and Trevor's murder of F. Harry makes a few attempts to kill The Tabloid Reporter but fails. He had nothing to do with what Bletch and Trevor did and he has no clue about it either, but he would be perfectly happy with it just the same.
The climax, courtesy of Heidi. There are some survivors, though. Wynyard has a knife-throwing act, but has a terrible case of the shakes. The result is just as bad as you think.
Abi over his bed of nails when Sebastian starts yelling at him to get on stage. He falls and hurts himself a bit kind of foreshadowing his later death on the nails when threatened with firing.
Large and in Charge: Bletch manages the Feebles acting troupe, and is one of the biggest characters in the film. Furthermore, there's the aptly-named crime boss Mr. Big, who is some kind of whale. Harry, whose obsession with sex is what leads to his disease. Love at First Sight: Robert is smitten with Lucille as soon as he first lays eyes on her. He's a Violent Glaswegian drug-trafficking punk boar, so any business you have with him is bound to be messy.
Robert, predicting Walter by a whopping 22 years. The only German in the movie sells cakes and pastries, and Abi, an Indian, is into mysticism and contortion. Let's not get into the Vietnamese No Celebrities Were Harmed: Trevor's voice is an obvious Peter Lorre parody. And a good one, at that! It's also worth noting that, intentional or otherwise, Trevor is much closer to the menacing villains Lorre often played than most Peter Lorre parodies.
While he still has some cartoony features on top of being a Funny AnimalTrevor is much more realistic looking than most of the other puppets, which makes him even creepier. And then there's F. Fly, whose mouth is the only cartoonish thing about him - he looks just like a real fly, only larger and somehow even more disgusting.Meet The Feebles (1989) 720p [WIDESCREEN]
Off with His Head! Barry gets his head bitten off by the giant spider.
- The Garden of Love/Lyrics
- The Sodomy Song
- The Sodomy Song/Lyrics
During Heidi's rampage at the end, both Sandy and Harry get their heads blown off. No one has a last name, except for maybe F. The reporter fly that is constantly harassing Harry because of his disease. Although there are porn titles mentioned, none of them spoof actual movie titles. There is a genuine example, although not with a movie title: Bletch hopes to win the "Hooker Prize", a takeoff on the Booker Prize. Sidney and Sandy's baby, Seymour, has an elephant's head and a chicken's body.
When Arthur sees Seymour for the first time, he comments to Sidney that " it's got [Sidney's] eyes ". Bletch mistreats Heidi, he treats Arthur with a fair amount of respect and even offers him a seat next to him and a cigar during the premiere of the show. Sebastian, who is very demanding and difficult to please, especially with the stress of all of the goings-on combined with the fact that they'll be going on-air that night piling up on him.
Subverted to hell and back. Aside from Robert, Lucille, Arthur and — arguably — Seymour, nearly all the animals in this movie are or eventually become ugly, disease ridden, rotten or just generally unpleasant.
The opening number contains nothing that would be objectable to any parents who mistakenly rented this for their kids, other than the line "Samantha the pussy will show you some action" Samantha's a cat, but the audience doesn't know this yetwhich is easily missed anyway. But as soon as it's over, Trevor who is smoking a cigarette, at that tells Heidi "Alright, you fat slag, move yer ass! Bletch and Samantha having sex.
What reference to The Deer Hunter would be complete without it? Wynyard and his commander were forced to play it in 'Nam when they were captured by the VC beavers. At Arthur's suggestion, Robert confesses his feelings for Lucille by singing her a song with her name in the lyrics.
It's one of the sweetest and least disturbing moments in the film. Wynyard really didn't deal well with his experiences in 'Nam. The Jesus on a crucifix in this movie looks like Kermit the Frog. Since the whole thing is a Muppets parody, it might as well have been intentional. Wynyard's Vietnam flashback begins with a scene spoofing Full Metal Jacket 's urban combat and then has a scene where they are forced to play Russian Roulette, as a reference for The Deer Hunter.
Fly is being tortured by Mr. Bletch, he cries out "Heeeelp meeeee! Show Within a Show: Much of the film is dedicated to what goes on behind the scenes of The Fabulous Feebles Variety Hour, and we see quite a bit of the show itself.
The fly reporter's name is F. What do his initials stand for? Well, consider that he's a literal fly on the wall. After all the deaths and injuries during the rehearsal, Sebastian's only concern is that the show is now low on actors so he now has a chance to reinstate his own musical number.
Fly, on top of being pesky and invasive, is also very smug and snide. When he finds out that Harry has caught "The Big One", he's beyond excited at the chance of getting a great scoop and is positively giddy and completely unsympathetic as he prods Harry for info, even mocking his impending death.
Bletch and Trevor find out, it winds up costing him his life. Sebastian's hilarious "Sodomy" number plays as we see Heidi gun nearly the entire cast and crew of the show.
And the film ends with Heidi performing "Garden of Love" on stage one last time, with the set in shambles and Bletch's and Trevor's mutilated corpses surrounding her. The audience's reaction to the above. Sebastian takes a bow anyway. Most animals are anthro, but several, such as the fish, are basically talking animals.
Abi, the only human character in a cast of animals. He's still a puppet, though. Too Dumb to Live: When she walks in on a desperate, emotionally broken Heidi about to blow her brains out with Bletch's light machinegun, she taunts her and tells her she should take the safety off first.
Heidi follows her advice Then promptly turns Samantha into swiss cheese before going on a rampage. The Fabulous Feebles Variety Hour is this, with knife-throwing, opera, musical numbers, skits, and more. Bletch and Trevor are the film's main antagonists, and a lot of screen time is dedicated to their drug deal and later conflict with a rival gang, making them protagonists too in their own way.
Cedric has this kind of accent, and is a thuggish drug dealer. Harry puking over the stage when he tries to perform regardless of his illness. Right before the end credits, we see a montage of what became of the remaining cast members. Bletch the Walrus is a slippery drug dealer and an abusive boyfriend. Woobie, Destroyer of Worlds: With all the bullying she receives from Trevor and even her "lover" Mr. Bletch, it's hard not to feel sorry for Heidi, even if her massacre at the end is wrong and ends up killing some characters who didn't deserve it so much.
Trevor, who directs pornos in the basement, deals drugs, and murders, on top of being a literal dirty-looking rat, is pretty much a textbook example. He even gets called such by Robert. You Just Ruined the Shot: He has large fangs on his lower-jaw and is very physically fit in appearance. His normal outfit consists of a red vest with a white, sleeveless shirt underneath, blue jeans, spiked bracelets and black boots.
Like Bletch, his default expression is a scowl of sort. When performing onstage, Barry wears a costume resembling ancient Roman armor.
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Personality Edit Unlike his boss, Bletch, and his partner, Trevor, Barry does not get much screen-time or development. From what is seen of him in the film, however, he appears to get along well with Bletch and seems to have a sort of sense of humor, telling him a joke involving a golf-handicap. As shown in the scenes with Mr.
Big's gang-members, however, Barry can be quite brutal and intimidating, holding Louie back and choking him to get information on the drugs from him.
When he fights Mr. Big's crabs, he is shown to be excellent in one-on-one combat, fending off at least two crabs and even tearing one's arm off.
He also appears quick to react, spotting and stabbing an approaching Cedric within seconds.
Judging by his reaction to the Spider, Barry may share Bletch's fear of arachnids. Role in the Movie Edit Barry is first seen onstage in the opening scene, singing and performing with the other Feebles. He gets one close-up and sings the lyric, "Bring Me a Pussy and will show you some action.
Barry is later seen loading a golf-bag into the trunk of Bletch's car.
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After cracking a joke and sharing a laugh, he then drives Bletch to the golf course to play golf with Cedric and Louie. However, Barry is seen taking some money out of the bag and handing it to Cedric, and it is revealed the two duos are dealing drugs.
Barry tastes a sample of cocaine, remarking, "It's good stuff, boss. Barry later appears to rehearse for the show, singing an opera number titled, "Barry's Aria.