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Bluths in the Jazz Age: Another Great Gatsby – Arrested Development Mash-Up

Last month, in anticipation of upcoming Arrested Development and The Great Gatsby releases, we brought you a mash-up that showed the Great American Family as narrated by F. Scott Fitzgerald.

With Gatsby now about to hit theaters and Arrested Development just around the corner, it’s time to run it back and see what the Jazz Age would have been like through the eyes mouths of the Bluth family.

Roll the opening credits!

Now, the story of the wealthy friends who had everything and the one man who had no choice but to tear them apart.  It’s… The Great Gatsby.

 

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Minh is the author of Let Me Finish! a debut picture book that will be published by Disney-Hyperion in 2016. By day he works in early childhood policy and in 2010 helped design 826DC‘s Museum of Unnatural History (the only place you can both support youth creative writing and get your daily supply of unicorn tears). He also writes about children’s lit at Bottom Shelf Books and occasionally for the Huffington Post and others. Follow him on Twitter @bottomshelfbks.