A series of 5-minute line animations (drawn in the rough style and with the minimalist plots of David Lynch's The Angriest Dog in the World comic strip) featuring an angry and violent Neanderthal, and his family and neighbors. Plot Summary | Add Synopsis
DumbLand A series of five-minute line animations featuring an angry, violent Neanderthal and his family and neighbors.
Mar 28, 2006 · Dumbland is a hyper-violent animated series with a non-stop, graphic brutality of a dysfunctional family that can be viewed either as a sick joke or as a comment of violence on screen and in society. Developed by famous director David Lynch, this is a DVD definitely not for all tastes.
— David Lynch Dumbland (2002) was an eight-part Flash -animated 'sitcom' written, directed, voiced and animated by David Lynch, which premiered on his official website. As the above quote points out, it is notable for being crude both in design and content.
A series of eight crudely animated shorts written, directed, and voiced by director David Lynch in 2002. The series details the daily routines of a dull-witted white trash man. The man lives in a house along with his frazzled wife and squeaky-voiced child, both of whom are nameless as is the man in the shows.
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Dumbland is a hyper-violent animated series with a non-stop, graphic brutality of a dysfunctional family that can be viewed either as a sick joke or as a comment of violence on screen and in society. Developed by famous director David Lynch, this is a DVD definitely not for all tastes.
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Dumbland is a series of eight animated shorts written, directed and voiced by director David Lynch in 2002. The shorts were originally released on the Internet through Lynch's website, and were released as a DVD on March 28, 2006. The total running time of all eight shorts combined is approximately a half-hour.NumberNamePlot1The NeighborRandy makes small talk with a neighbor about the neighbor's shed. After the neighbor mentions that he has a false arm, they are interrupted by a passing helicopter. Randy swears and screams at the helicopter until it leaves, then mentions that he has heard the neighbor has sex with ducks. A duck emerges from the shed, and the neighbor admits that he is a "one-armed duck-fucker".2The TreadmillWhile watching a football game on TV, Randy loses his temper when his wife disturbs him by running on a noisy treadmill. Randy attempts (with disastrous results) to destroy the treadmill. Meanwhile, an Abraham Lincoln-quoting door-to-door salesman finds himself in the wrong place at the wrong time, while Randy's son manages to present dead fowl for dinner.3The DoctorAfter Randy shocks himself while trying to fix a broken lamp, a doctor arrives to test the dazed man's pain threshold, using increasingly violent methods, until Randy finally regains his senses and decides to do some testing of his own.4A Friend VisitsRandy destroys his wife's new clothesline and throws it over the fence, causing a catastrophic car wreck. Then Randy's friend visits and the two talk about hunting and killing things, all the while drinking, burping, and farting.
- David Lynch
The first time I watched "Dumbland," I was dumb-founded and more than a little angry at the end of its 33 minutes--the animated series of 8 short episodes, previously available only to paying members of Lynch's website, was a total wash...awful sound, awful stories, and probably the worst animation known to man (at least a child's flipbook of drawings wouldn't cause a migraine).