Category Archives: ANIMATION ANECDOTES

Scoobynatural
ANIMATION ANECDOTES
April 17, 2020 posted by Jim Korkis

Scoobynatural

What happens when you combine a popular, long running live-action television series with a popular, long running animated television series?

The Funeral of Marvin Acme
ANIMATION ANECDOTES
April 3, 2020 posted by Jim Korkis

The Funeral of Marvin Acme

Many sequences were storyboarded for Who Framed Roger Rabbit but were then left out of the final feature film for a variety of reasons. Here is one we wished they would have done.

“Song of the South” Animation
ANIMATION ANECDOTES
March 13, 2020 posted by Jim Korkis

“Song of the South” Animation

With Disney+ not including Song of the South in its offerings, it once again ignited the controversies about the film that are often based on misunderstandings and urban legends.

Kid Kong
ANIMATION ANECDOTES
March 6, 2020 posted by Jim Korkis

Kid Kong

Multiple attempts have been made to translate the iconic King Kong character into animation. Here is the story of one aborted attempt by Filmation.

Rocket Robin Hood
ANIMATION ANECDOTES
February 21, 2020 posted by Jim Korkis

Rocket Robin Hood

Rocket Robin Hood was TV series animated in Toronto, Canada, in an animation studio owned by Al Guest. Ralph Bakshi and Shamus Culhane worked on it. It is considered one of the worst cartoons ever.