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Famous Studios 1947-48
FAMOUS STUDIOS ARCHIVE
June 29, 2015 posted by Jerry Beck

Famous Studios 1947-48

The 1947-48 season was one of transition. The contractual arrangement with Marge, and the license for Little Lulu, had come to an end. The cartoons had not caught on with…

Streamline Pictures – Part 11
FUNNY ANIMALS AND MORE
June 28, 2015 posted by Fred Patten

Streamline Pictures – Part 11

Over the next few weeks I am posting reviewer quotes from various Streamline Pictures Video Comics releases. In the end we will have a clear picture of the companies output,…

Tex Avery Loses an Eye, 1933
WALTER LANTZ ARCHIVE
June 27, 2015 posted by Tom Klein

Tex Avery Loses an Eye, 1933

This was a gruesome incident that gets whispered about in the annals of Golden Age animation, so perhaps it is time to point a forensic lens at that devastating paperclip…

Animation Anecdotes #218
ANIMATION ANECDOTES
June 26, 2015 posted by Jim Korkis

Animation Anecdotes #218

Dave Fleischer On Screen. In the low budget Republic live action movie Trocadero (1944), actor Eddie Bartell introduces several minor celebrities in the audience at that famous nightclub including “The…

Famous Studios 1946-47
FAMOUS STUDIOS ARCHIVE
June 22, 2015 posted by Jerry Beck

Famous Studios 1946-47

More Noveltoons! The 1946-47 season brought about eight Noveltoons which broke down into three “Screen Songs”, one (still lost) “Snuffy Smith” cartoon, a “Herman & Henry”, a “Blackie”, and two…

Streamline Pictures – Part 10
FUNNY ANIMALS AND MORE
June 21, 2015 posted by Fred Patten

Streamline Pictures – Part 10

Reviews, reviews, reviews. We got reviews for our product. Each one spreading the word about anime to an even wider, ever-growing audience. Regardless of the reviewer’s taste, these reviews (positive…