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This is, in a way, the record that Jiminy Cricket rolled out of its album and played when he appeared in the first half of Disney’s 1947 “package feature.”
I’m always fascinated by those films that show a ‘behind the scenes look into the animation process. Here are a few I love.
In the Fall of 1962, Walt Disney called Bill Justice and X. Atencio to his office to meet Mexican film producer Carlos Amador, who wanted to use the 3 Little Pigs in an animated segment.
“Itchy and Scratchy came from something I’ve always wanted to do since I was a little kid. Watching cartoons like Tom and Jerry, I thought it would be fun to do a cartoon that really was totally violent.” – Matt Groening