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For the period from September 1962 to August 1963, Seymour Kneitel and crew kept busy producing 13 theatrical originals for Paramount, were deep into the King Features Trilogy, and were preparing and producing some new Casper cartoons for ABC.
I couldn’t let 1959 go without a little close up on a “cult cartoon” Paramount produced during this season. La Petite Parade, for those of us who grew up watching the “Harveytoons”, was particularly memorable.
On October 1st 1956, Paramount Pictures took full control of Famous Studios and major changes were taking place behind the scenes. On screen, the 1956-57 cartoons began to sport a new look inspired by UPA.