This is one of my favorite ‘oddball’ educational shorts. It appears to have been originally produced as a silent short then revamped with new footage in the early 30s.
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This print of A Swiss Trick is 35mm nitrate. We’ve left it tinted as the original print was. Note that the film is in ‘Movietone’ aspect ratio, where the picture is now taller to accommodate the soundtrack.
Here’s a Scrappy, Sassy Cats, that’s pretty fun — and I think it’s a good example of the Columbia Scrappys at their best.
A Busy Day (1940), the second in a series of Gran’Pop cartoons from Cartoon Films, Ltd – the studio Ub Iwerks owned after parting with Celebrity Productions.
FIRST – Some (very brief) Thunderbean News: Things continue to move forward on many things; these weeks are busy most all the time. Thunderbean is expanding whether I like it…
Here’s one of the curios: A Desert Dilemma (1930), a short commercial produced at Audio Productions for Aetna Insurance, animated by Cy Young.