I had the opportunity to talk to Donny Dunagan and Peter Behn about what they remember of that time.
Tag Archives: Disney
Here’s another not-necessarily chronological look at some random leftovers from early television focusing on mechanized metal men.
This is a post solely to show how off-model these can get. I swear this is one of the last ones I’ll share that looks this awful.
For this post, I’m going to showcase some yearbook art produced without permission of their copyright holders. And it’s ugly.
Continuing my case study of the Loew’s theater chain in New York City, and how they booked their cartoon shorts – studio by studio.