Sadly, when it was released twenty-five years ago, the film became a casualty of a studio merger and arrived with almost no marketing fanfare behind it.
Category Archives: Animation Cel-ebration
The over-the-top cartoon violence of Tom and Jerry and classical music shouldn’t make for a perfect pair, but that’s precisely what they are in this Oscar winning classic.
Bizarre, strange…and fascinating to watch. That’s the 1977’s animated feature, directed Richard Williams.
Celebrating this compilation of previously released shorts which has become so much more through the years.
Seventy years after its debut, Feed the Kitty stands as one of Warner Bros. most fantastic cartoon shorts.
Told in the “Animagic” stop-motion animation style that Rankin/Bass does so well, this a beautifully detailed film.
Hard to believe, but this month marks the 30th anniversary of an animated feature that has inspired generations of filmmakers and enchanted generations of audiences.
A perfect time to look back at the film that showed that competition in animation was most definitely a healthy thing.