Tag Archives: Mr. Magoo

Quincy Magoo Meets Jim Crow
Christopher P. Lehman
November 5, 2016 posted by Christopher P. Lehman

Quincy Magoo Meets Jim Crow

Steve Bosustow traveled to New Orleans to promote the premiere of UPA’s 1001 Arabian Knights. He spoke at Tulane University, which in 1959 had no African American students – ironic, considering UPA’s earlier work like Brotherhood of Man.

Columbia’s UPA Cartoon Posters
Animation History
July 30, 2015 posted by Jerry Beck

Columbia’s UPA Cartoon Posters

Steve Stanchfield takes a well-deserved break this week and I fill in with a look at the theatrical one-sheet posters for the classy Columbia UPA cartoons of the 1950s.

Mister Magoo Soundtrack Albums
ANIMATION SPIN
April 22, 2014 posted by Greg Ehrbar

Mister Magoo Soundtrack Albums

Today’s long-awaited release of the Shout Factory DVD Mr. Magoo – The Theatrical Collection 1949-1959 calls to mind two soundtrack records featuring the master of myopic misadventures. 1001 ARABIAN NIGHTS…

UPA Advertising
CLASSIC ANIMATED ADVERTISING
April 19, 2014 posted by Mike Kazaleh

UPA Advertising

Throughout the 1950′s, television commercials were an important part of the UPA cartoon studio’s output. In fact, it’s widely believed that commercial work kept the company afloat, as their Columbia-released…

What’s New Mr. Magoo – and Felix The Cat
Reviews
April 16, 2014 posted by Jerry Beck

What’s New Mr. Magoo – and Felix The Cat

Without question, Felix the Cat is one of the all-time classic cartoon characters – and I’ll always be grateful to the 1959 TV series that brought him to my attention…

Animation Anecdotes #120
ANIMATION ANECDOTES
July 26, 2013 posted by Jim Korkis

Animation Anecdotes #120

Telephoney. Back in the 1960s, producer Lee Mendelson who was working on all those “Peanuts” television specials spent a lot of time on the phone. However, even he was surprised…