Category Archives: ANIMATION ANECDOTES

Animation Anecdotes #286
ANIMATION ANECDOTES
October 28, 2016 posted by Jim Korkis

Animation Anecdotes #286

“In the Metal Munching Moon Mice episode, I got to sing in that one,” recalls Bill Scott. “In the Air Force, Frank Thomas was my sergeant and he taught me those English music hall songs.”

Animation Anecdotes #285
ANIMATION ANECDOTES
October 21, 2016 posted by Jim Korkis

Animation Anecdotes #285

“Animation, of course, has a brilliant future depending on how it’s handled,” said artist and animator Doug Wildey in 1973, reflecting upon his time on Hanna Barbera’s Jonny Quest.

Animation Anecdotes #284
ANIMATION ANECDOTES
October 14, 2016 posted by Jim Korkis

Animation Anecdotes #284

Edna Phillips who was the principal harpist in Fantasia recalled, “I was banished to the pit beneath the stage so that the rustle of my skirt against the harp couldn’t be heard by the microphones.”

Animation Anecdotes #283
ANIMATION ANECDOTES
October 7, 2016 posted by Jim Korkis

Animation Anecdotes #283

From the square dancing magazine Sets in Order, director Chuck Jones wrote, “Cartoonists are strange men in many ways and they have a tendency to look at the world as through a cheap piece of window pane.”

Animation Anecdotes #282
ANIMATION ANECDOTES
September 30, 2016 posted by Jim Korkis

Animation Anecdotes #282

“We had arguments with the people marketing the film,” stated animator Gary Goldman. “We made this film for us. We’re entertained by it, so why shouldn’t a teen-ager or an adult like it?”

Animation Anecdotes #281
ANIMATION ANECDOTES
September 23, 2016 posted by Jim Korkis

Animation Anecdotes #281

“Columbia did not like the cartoon at all,” said Bill Scott of UPA’s Rooty Toot Toot. “They really would have liked for us to go back to just doing more Fox and Crow”.

Animation Anecdotes #280
ANIMATION ANECDOTES
September 16, 2016 posted by Jim Korkis

Animation Anecdotes #280

“It all pretty much started when I was sitting in (Michael) Eisner’s living room with a dish of Gummi Bears sitting on the coffee table.” – Gary Krisel, on the origin of The Disney Afternoon.

Animation Anecdotes #279
ANIMATION ANECDOTES
September 9, 2016 posted by Jim Korkis

Animation Anecdotes #279

Ren And Stimpy producer Jim Ballantine said “A lot of people assume Ren and Stimpy are gay. Two guys who sleep in the same bed. Just like Laurel and Hardy – but no one ever suspected them of being gay.”