Category Archives: THUNDERBEAN THURSDAY
This is a studio I’d like to research much further! They were one of many industrial film companies producing promotional and educational films in the 40s through the 60s.
On the Thunderbean front, a short, It’s the Cats, starring Koko the Clown has been taking up my time this week, and it might be the only existing 35mm nitrate print.
This short was a collaboration between Hugh Harman Productions and Coronet’s in-house staff. Coronet distributed this film for many years in 16mm for the educational film market in beautiful Kodachrome.
Columbia’s best shot at actually winning an Oscar was when ‘The Little Match Girl’ received a nomination in 1937. Directed by Art Davis, this adaptation is surprisingly poignant.
Hector’s Hectic Life is an often seen public domain holiday cartoon, but not often in a good condition copy with decent color. Here’s a cleaned up version to start off the Christmas cartoon season.
Since the election news has been a pretty exhausting for many this week, I thought a little bit of Sunshine couldn’t possibly be a bad thing.