Category Archives: ANIMATION ANECDOTES

Animation Anecdotes #169
ANIMATION ANECDOTES
July 4, 2014 posted by Jim Korkis

Animation Anecdotes #169

Robert Crumb on Ralph Bakshi: In 2011, underground comix legend Robert Crumb sat down with Alex Wood, the person who runs Crumb’s official website, to talk about important people in…

Animation Anecdotes #168
ANIMATION ANECDOTES
June 27, 2014 posted by Jim Korkis

Animation Anecdotes #168

The Cow Problem. Animation producer Walter Lantz discussed in the January 4, 1958 issue of TV Guide some of the difficulties with using his classic animated shorts on his new…

Animation Anecdotes #167
ANIMATION ANECDOTES
June 20, 2014 posted by Jim Korkis

Animation Anecdotes #167

Colorized Oswald. In 1984, Fred Ladd and Entercolor Technologies Corp. did a colorization test on the Walter Lantz Oswald the Rabbit cartoon The Toy Shoppe (1934). Universal rejected it and…

Animation Anecdotes #166
ANIMATION ANECDOTES
June 13, 2014 posted by Jim Korkis

Animation Anecdotes #166

It Pays To Advertise. At the beginning of Wet Blanket Policy (1948) is an advertisment for the DELL comic book New Funnies that featured stories of the Walter Lantz characters….

Animation Anecdotes #165
ANIMATION ANECDOTES
June 6, 2014 posted by Jim Korkis

Animation Anecdotes #165

Coonskin. “Everyone’s so terrified of the name (Coonskin). I feel a slight pain in me. Coonskin (1975) was the first “Bakshi Production”. Before that, I had worked with Steve Krantz….

Animation Anecdotes #164
ANIMATION ANECDOTES
May 30, 2014 posted by Jim Korkis

Animation Anecdotes #164

Animated Barbarella. In 1998, Nelvana, the Canadian animation studio was looking to turn the 1968 Jane Fonda live action movie Barbarella based on the Jean-Claude Forest comic story into an…

Animation Anecdotes #163
ANIMATION ANECDOTES
May 23, 2014 posted by Jim Korkis

Animation Anecdotes #163

The Voice of Dynomutt. Voice artist Frank Welker in 1997 talked about doing the original voice for the Hanna-Barbera character Dynomutt in 1976. “I remember they originally wanted an Art…