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Animation Ski Trails – Part 1
Animation Trails
January 8, 2020 posted by Charles Gardner

Animation Ski Trails – Part 1

Put on your goggles, earmuffs, and bundle up warm for a bumpy ride over the ski mountains dreamed up by the movie moguls of Hollywood’s golden era of animation.

Did Animation Get It Wrong or Right?
THUNDERBEAN THURSDAY
October 24, 2019 posted by Steve Stanchfield

Did Animation Get It Wrong or Right?

Many times I’ve wondered, after watching an adaptation of a comic character or book, just how they managed to get things so wrong given the fact that the original is so rich in content and character.

“Klanimation”
Christopher P. Lehman
December 3, 2016 posted by

“Klanimation”

Commercial animation during the silent era rarely addressed political movements – and staffers of the cartoon studios comprised part of the demographics that the Ku Klux Klan abhorred.

Paramount Cartoons 1962-63
Animation History
October 26, 2015 posted by

Paramount Cartoons 1962-63

For the period from September 1962 to August 1963, Seymour Kneitel and crew kept busy producing 13 theatrical originals for Paramount, were deep into the King Features Trilogy, and were preparing and producing some new Casper cartoons for ABC.

NOT Hanna Barbera
Animation History
May 1, 2013 posted by

NOT Hanna Barbera

Today, lest you ever thought the poor deprived children of the 1960s were force-fed only a steady diet of Hanna Barbera TV cartoons, here’s just a few of the non-Bill…