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Animation Anecdotes #309
ANIMATION ANECDOTES
April 14, 2017 posted by Jim Korkis

Animation Anecdotes #309

Bill Clinton told Time Magazine in 1993, “I’m a lot like Baby Huey. I’m fat. I’m ugly. But if you push me down, I keep coming back. I just keep coming back.”

Comics By Marty Taras – Part 2
BAXTER'S BREAKDOWNS
December 28, 2016 posted by Devon Baxter

Comics By Marty Taras – Part 2

Part two of my survey of comic book art by animator Marty Taras – the creator of Baby Huey – who’s specialty of hilariously violent slapstick action made him a perfect artist for Harvey comics of the 1950s.

Paramount Cartoons 1957-58
Animation History
September 14, 2015 posted by Jerry Beck

Paramount Cartoons 1957-58

Though Popeye was no longer being produced, the cartoons released in the 1957-58 season would be a last hurrah for the veteran crew before the budgets were completely slashed, staff was cut and the production order reduced.

Famous Studios 1955-56
Animation History
August 31, 2015 posted by Jerry Beck

Famous Studios 1955-56

The 1955-56 season. This would be the final one for Famous Studios as we know it. The pre-1950 films were sold to UM&M; The Popeye cartoons were transferred to AAP. Change was in the wind.

Famous Studios 1953-54
Animation History
August 17, 2015 posted by Jerry Beck

Famous Studios 1953-54

In 1953, Famous Studios was contracted to provide a 3D Popeye short and a 3D Casper cartoon during this season’s output. The final results found Famous superior to the other studios (including Disney) in creating dimensional cartoons.

More Christmasy Cartoonz
FUNNY ANIMALS AND MORE
December 7, 2014 posted by Fred Patten

More Christmasy Cartoonz

Has it been a whole year since my last posts on Christmas animation? Around Christmas 2013, I devoted six columns to Christmas-themed cartoons. American theatrical shorts, American TV Specials, direct-to-DVD…