Tag Archives: Tex Avery
The third long-anticipated volume of Tex Avery’s MGM cartoons is on Blu-ray and again I would like to detail many of the uncredited voices we hear in these timeless films.
As you likely have heard, the Warner Archive Collection will release a third Tex Avery collection on Blu-ray and DVD on October 5th. Here are the details.
Decades after the cartoons were produced, MGM Cartoon music was released on CD to draw attention to its unique artistry.
After a rough week here, I thought it would be fun for some Cartoon Research participation!
We continue with the first of many extended seasons of Merrie Melodies to come. The Warner animators were not only creative, but prolific in output – a profitable combination of character traits, to say the least.
The musical highlights from those Merrie Melodies cartoons familiar from television as part of AAP’s package of shorts, first syndicated in 1956.
When we think of Tex Avery’s cartoons, his soundtracks don’t instantly spring to mind. But a careful listen to his soundtracks reveals his painstaking approach to comedy, built frame-by-crazy-frame.