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    Default Undercover Brother

    The only "Internet animation to movie/TV" project I can think of is Undercover Brother, starring Eddie Griffin and directed by Malcolm D. Lee. It originated as a web series written by John Ridley, who also co-wrote the movie script.

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    What about Queer Duck?

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    Quote Originally Posted by sehthan View Post
    What about Queer Duck?
    You're right. That's another one.

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    undecover brother was initially an internet animation?

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    Quote Originally Posted by mgs View Post
    undecover brother was initially an internet animation?
    Yup. It originated on a website called Urban Entertainment, I believe.

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    Quote Originally Posted by badMike View Post
    Yup. It originated on a website called Urban Entertainment, I believe.
    was it funnier than the movie?

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    Quote Originally Posted by mgs View Post
    was it funnier than the movie?
    I've seen neither, so I couldn't say.

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    If I recall correctly, Li'l Pimp had a direct to DVD movie (that had originally been intended to have a theatrical run). I never saw the film, but the flash animation was kind of lousy.

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