Tag Archives: Walter Lantz

Milt Schaffer Made Safer? 1942
WALTER LANTZ ARCHIVE
November 12, 2016 posted by Tom Klein

Milt Schaffer Made Safer? 1942

One day at the Lantz studio, prior to moving to a new building, Milt Schaffer and Bugs Hardaway put the storyboards for a new cartoon into a metal safe and the rest was history.

Red, White and Moon
WALTER LANTZ ARCHIVE
October 29, 2016 posted by Tom Klein

Red, White and Moon

Looking back, the moon landing was a harbinger of American destiny in the Cold War, with a revelation about what may have obscured an historic art gallery.

Animation Anecdotes #281
ANIMATION ANECDOTES
September 23, 2016 posted by Jim Korkis

Animation Anecdotes #281

“Columbia did not like the cartoon at all,” said Bill Scott of UPA’s Rooty Toot Toot. “They really would have liked for us to go back to just doing more Fox and Crow”.

Did Walter Lantz Meet the Giant?
WALTER LANTZ ARCHIVE
August 6, 2016 posted by Tom Klein

Did Walter Lantz Meet the Giant?

Walter Lantz held a cartoon script by Captain George Auger, a famous vaudeville and circus star known as The Cardiff Giant, who died just as he was breaking into the movies.