Tag Archives: Fleischer Studios

“The Cow’s Husband” (1931)
Animation History
April 25, 2013 posted by Jerry Beck

“The Cow’s Husband” (1931)

Today, let’s watch a new Bimbo cartoon. Or at least one that’s new to me. The Cow’s Husband (1931) is primo early-talkie Fleischer which like all the non-Betty Boop Fleischer…

Fleischer’s Animated News #3
FLEISCHER'S ANIMATED NEWS
April 11, 2013 posted by Jerry Beck

Fleischer’s Animated News #3

The third issue of Fleischer’s Animated News is great. Highlights include Bill Turner’s essay on the “old days” of animation, the silent era of Felix The Cat and the primitive…

Cartoon Music Cue Sheets
Animation History
April 8, 2013 posted by Jerry Beck

Cartoon Music Cue Sheets

Cue Sheets are legally obligated paperwork that started at the dawn of sound motion pictures – and are still required for all motion pictures and television shows still today. This…

Fleischer’s Animated News #1
FLEISCHER'S ANIMATED NEWS
March 18, 2013 posted by Jerry Beck

Fleischer’s Animated News #1

Due to popular demand, I’ll begin posting issues of Fleischer’s Animated News on a somewhat regular basis (weekly – but don’t hold me to it). This was the in-house employee…