A story about three con artists, one of which was a very early animation pioneer, who duped the wealthy into investing in an animation studio that was planning on dominating American animation production.
Category Archives: Animation History
Clarifying the facts behind the Mel Blanc’s exclusivity deal, and putting to rest some long-running falsehoods and wrong assumptions.
I’ve been frequently asked to compile a “top ten” of my favorite Paramount cartoons. The problem is: how do you compare a 60s Shamus Culhane to a Bill Tytla Popeye?
This week a post-script to the series I’d been placing in this space since June – an attempt to list what animated films Paramount Pictures released since closing their in-house studio in 1967.