Takin’ Hollywood Down to South Park

You’ve no doubt seen the results of the various South Park character generators on the internet. I spent some time monkeying around with one of them the other day and had a blast. While it’s not necessarily anything new, it was still a lot of fun. The generator I used to create these can be found at www.sp-studio.de. Feel free to visit and play around with it. Here’s what I created:

The Boardwalk Empire Collection
Nucky Thompson, Jimmy Darmody, Chalky White

Silent Comedians
Buster Keaton, Harold Lloyd, Charlie Chaplin

Inglorious Basterds
The Bear Jew, Shoshanna Dreyfus

The Seventh Seal
Death, Antonius Block

Pulp Fiction
Vincent Vega, Jules Winnfield

Back to the Future
Marty McFly, Doc Brown

Curb Your Enthusiasm
Larry David, Jeff Greene, Susie Greene

No Country for Old Men, Anton Chigurh
He… uh… kinda looks like Kathy Bates.

John Wayne

Sunset Boulevard, Norma Desmond

One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest, Nurse Ratched


Filed under Humor, Movies, Swedish Film

12 responses to “Takin’ Hollywood Down to South Park

  1. Jim

    These are strangely fascinating and surprisingly accurate for messing around with an online app. Great work!

    • I think my favorite is Susie Essman/Greene. You can just close your eyes and hear her screaming at Larry or Jeff.

      I get the feeling that online app has been at it for awhile, and has gotten requests for specific things. For instance, the whole Marty McFly outfit was just a simple click, whereas the others had to be composed piece by piece (shirt, then pants, then accessories, suit jacket, etc.).

      • Jim

        That’s funny, because the Marty McFly one was the most detailed and impressive. I was surprised they had an orange down vest.

        I think my favorite is Darmody. I can’t figure out why, but it’s very evocative of the character.

  2. aleksa

    Vince and Jules were spot-on! Well done.

  3. Kelly

    Having never watched Curb, I immediately thought that avatar looked like Susie Essman. Great job, John.

    • Thanks! My deepest hope was that they’d have some kind of CO2 cartridge thing that I could stick in Anton Chigurh’s hands, or a briefcase for Jules and Vincent, but that might’ve been asking too much. As it was, I was shocked/pleased with how much they offered on that site.

  4. I actually had no idea this site existed….pretty funny stuff though. My favorite thing about these is the facial expressions (especially Doc Brown’s and Antonius Block’s).

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