Tag Archives: Oswald Rabbit

Hearts and Flowers – Part 1
Animation Trails
February 5, 2020 posted by Charles Gardner

Hearts and Flowers – Part 1

As Valentine’s Day approaches, it seems appropriate to celebrate the season with the start of a retrospective on the involvement of flowers as a central figure in the animated cartoon.

Let Me Pick Your Brain!  (Part 1)
Animation Trails
October 9, 2019 posted by Charles Gardner

Let Me Pick Your Brain! (Part 1)

Aside from the usual array of supernatural spooks so common to the season, a more Earthbound villain is also a frequent inhabitant of the Halloween scene: the evil scientist.

Animation Anecdotes #239
ANIMATION ANECDOTES
November 27, 2015 posted by

Animation Anecdotes #239

June Foray’s earliest cartoons; Hawley Pratt; Jeffery Katzenberg; Bob Clampett; Hayao Miyazaki and more – in today’s collection of anecdotes.

Animation Anecdotes #151
ANIMATION ANECDOTES
February 28, 2014 posted by

Animation Anecdotes #151

Lantz Remembers Oswald. “I was on the lot the day Disney left Universal. I had animated a scene for a Laurel and Hardy film where they were asleep and dreaming…

The “White” Oswald Rabbit
Animation History
July 8, 2013 posted by

The “White” Oswald Rabbit

Today, a small tribute to the white version of Oswald Rabbit… The middle Lantz lucky rabbit, who failed to impress in approximately 33 cartoons produced between 1935 (first appearing in…

Let’s Sing Along With Oswald!
Animation History
June 26, 2013 posted by

Let’s Sing Along With Oswald!

This 9×12″ 12-page Oswald book from 1930 comes to us from super-collector Martin Almeyra. This particular copy was signed by Walter Lantz, who dedicated the book to “Mary” who, Almeyra…