Pondering Ted Eshbaugh’s Technicolor “Wizard of Oz” short, and the interesting history behind its creation.
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The first volume of the Rainbow Parade blu-ray is nearing completion. Let’s take a look at the first release in the series: Pastrytown Wedding – one of my favorites.
As if we all haven’t had enough of politics as of late! First, though, a few Thunderbean updates: Lots still going on; look for stills later this afternoon on the…
I’ve begun to look forward to new surprises as I scan original title sequences from various 35mm master elements. Here are a few from my recent Rainbow Parade and ComiColor scans.
A pair of World War II era aviation animation classics – one from the US with a high flying bear cub, the other from Japan with a patriotic monkey pilot.
Since the election news has been a pretty exhausting for many this week, I thought a little bit of Sunshine couldn’t possibly be a bad thing.
Today we rediscover Ted Eshbaugh’s missing 1957 cartoon through THE “OTTO NOBETTER AND THE RAILROAD GANG” SAFETY BOOK. For the fans of Ted Eshbaugh, the past decade has been extremely…