Shedding some light on the Mintz studio, with focus on the early sound period from 1929 to 1931.
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Today’s look into the Ray Abrams archives (courtesy of his son William Abrams) consists of several animation staff group portraits.
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.
Walt Disney liked to say that it all started with a Mouse, but there exists a Bizarro universe where the story goes differently. Here is the flip-side of that Mickey origin tale, where Walter Lantz is the guy at the table left holding all the chips.