Category Archives: THUNDERBEAN THURSDAY
A Busy Day (1940), the second in a series of Gran’Pop cartoons from Cartoon Films, Ltd – the studio Ub Iwerks owned after parting with Celebrity Productions.
FIRST – Some (very brief) Thunderbean News: Things continue to move forward on many things; these weeks are busy most all the time. Thunderbean is expanding whether I like it…
Here’s one of the curios: A Desert Dilemma (1930), a short commercial produced at Audio Productions for Aetna Insurance, animated by Cy Young.
This 15 minute short, produced for General Electric, does a pretty good job explaining some fairly complex ideas, presenting them to a (presumedly) High School Audience.
One of the creepiest cartoons we’ve ever seen — based on the scary live action grandfather clock face. If this kind of thing scares you too, skip the live action and just watch the animation
I thought it might be a good week to show a couple of prints that, for the most part, will *not* be on the Rainbow Parades set.
The “Fleischer Rarities” Blu-ray is done and I’m shipping it to customers now. And a progress report on a Van Beuren rarity: “Bird Scouts”.