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Beware the Leprechauns!  (Part 2)
Animation Trails
March 18, 2020 posted by Charles Gardner

Beware the Leprechauns! (Part 2)

The glory days of theatrical animation were passing on, and several studios, to quote an oft-used Irish phrase, were “not long for this world.” But two studios in particular would return to mining the realm of the leprechauns

Huck and Jim (Crow)
Christopher P. Lehman
February 11, 2017 posted by

Huck and Jim (Crow)

To be sure, television was a democratizing force in animation. It allowed African Americans to see cartoons in their homes, in contrast to being restricted to balcony seats at theaters.

Animation Anecdotes #250
ANIMATION ANECDOTES
February 19, 2016 posted by

Animation Anecdotes #250

Paul Murry is perhaps most famous for his comic book work, especially for Mickey Mouse in Walt Disney’s Comics and Stories. But he got his start as the animation assistant for Disney Legend Fred Moore.

The Actual TV Voices? “April Fool!”
ANIMATION SPIN
April 1, 2014 posted by

The Actual TV Voices? “April Fool!”

It was the cruelest of “April Fool” tricks for cartoon-loving baby boomers: when you got a phonograph record featuring favorite characters, only to hear impostors doing the voices or singing…

Animation Anecdotes #108
ANIMATION ANECDOTES
May 3, 2013 posted by

Animation Anecdotes #108

A Real Pussycat. The 1970 Hanna-Barbera television series “Josie and the Pussycats” about an all-girl pop music band was the result of the success of Filmation’s “The Archie Show” and…