Tag Archives: Looney Tunes

Schlesinger’s Exposure Sheet 1.7
THE EXPOSURE SHEET
July 29, 2013 posted by Jerry Beck

Schlesinger’s Exposure Sheet 1.7

Another madcap edition of The Exposure Sheet, the official in-house newsletter of Termaite Terrace circa 1939. To view the other installments in this series click here. This issue talks of…

Schlesinger’s Exposure Sheet 1.5
THE EXPOSURE SHEET
May 11, 2013 posted by Jerry Beck

Schlesinger’s Exposure Sheet 1.5

We continue our close look at Leon Schlesinger Productions, circa 1939, with the fifth issue of their in-house newsletter, The Exposure Sheet. In this edition, Friz Freleng returns, Treg Brown…

Schlesinger’s Exposure Sheet 1.4
THE EXPOSURE SHEET
April 18, 2013 posted by Jerry Beck

Schlesinger’s Exposure Sheet 1.4

Once again, another look behind the scenes at Termite Terrace through the pages of their zany in-house newsletter, The Exposure Sheet. This is the fourth in our series; the fourth…

Theatrical Cartoons 1957-58
Animation History
April 6, 2013 posted by Jerry Beck

Theatrical Cartoons 1957-58

We continue our survey of theatrical shorts with these pages from the October 12th 1957 issue of Boxoffice Magazine. Theatrical cartoons were far from dead in 1957 – but they…

Schlesinger’s Exposure Sheet 1.2
THE EXPOSURE SHEET
March 21, 2013 posted by Jerry Beck

Schlesinger’s Exposure Sheet 1.2

Here we go with another issue of The Exposure Sheet, the in-house bi-weekly newsletter for employees of the Leon Schlesinger studio (circa January 1939). Like the cartoons themselves, the newsletter…

Schlesinger’s Exposure Sheet 1.1
THE EXPOSURE SHEET
March 14, 2013 posted by Jerry Beck

Schlesinger’s Exposure Sheet 1.1

I have been enjoying Michael Sporn and Richard O’Connor’s ongoing reprinting of the NY Animation Union newsletter, Top Cel. If you haven’t already been leafing through these vital pages, you…

The Last Days of “Looney Tunes”
Animation History
March 9, 2013 posted by Jerry Beck

The Last Days of “Looney Tunes”

It was an odd, confusing time for Hollywood studio theatrical cartoon shorts in the 1960s. The world had completely changed and though the traditional animated short (popular with movie goers…