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Animation Anecdotes #220
ANIMATION ANECDOTES
July 10, 2015 posted by Jim Korkis

Animation Anecdotes #220

The Biography of Dudley Do-Right. The long extinct Dudley Do-Right Emporium (1971-2005) that was open on a whimsical limited basis whenever they felt like it on Sunset Boulevard had a…

Animation Anecdotes #201
ANIMATION ANECDOTES
February 27, 2015 posted by Jim Korkis

Animation Anecdotes #201

Disney’s Boysenberry Mountain. In the Disney animated feature, Fantasia (1940), the majority of the action in the Pastoral Symphony takes place in the brightly colored Elysian Fields at the foot…

Cereal Thrillers
CLASSIC ANIMATED ADVERTISING
October 25, 2014 posted by Mike Kazaleh

Cereal Thrillers

Why was animation used so often to sell cereal? A lot of people in advertising think cereal is just for kids, and they think the same thing about cartoons. Of…

Those 70′s Spots
CLASSIC ANIMATED ADVERTISING
July 19, 2014 posted by Mike Kazaleh

Those 70′s Spots

What can you say about the 70′s that hasn’t already been said? Inflation was up and employment was down. Cheezy bad taste was considered to be tops in entertainment. The…

Cheerios Round-Up
CLASSIC ANIMATED ADVERTISING
March 8, 2014 posted by Mike Kazaleh

Cheerios Round-Up

Snap, Cackle and Pop. Tony the Tiger. Sonny the Cuckoo Bird. These are few of the long running cereal mascots you’ve seen cavorting on your television set since you were…

Mr. Peabody on Record
ANIMATION SPIN
March 4, 2014 posted by Greg Ehrbar

Mr. Peabody on Record

Last time you remember, our heroes Rocky and Bullwinkle were cutting an original cast record! But little did they know that their composer had also made a record, and that…

Animation Anecdotes #144
ANIMATION ANECDOTES
January 10, 2014 posted by Jim Korkis

Animation Anecdotes #144

Synchro-Vox. Animation fans are familiar with “Synchro-Vox” used on Cambria Studios shows like “Clutch Cargo” and “Space Angel”. Basically, talking human lips superimposed over a cartoon image of a face….