Any resemblance this post and any real events is purely co-incidental. I thought it would be fun to think about the dream/goal films-to-find in a Amazing Race-type contest between die-hard Cartoon fans.
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Odds and Ends this week – like these frames from the only existing print with original titles of ‘Sunshine Makers’.
It’s no longer a secret. Our revised and expanded special edition of Grotesqueries is in progress with an expected unveiling late August or early September 2017.
Something unusual this week. A batch of original Flip the Frog nitrate film elements arrived here from UCLA archives a handful of days ago, so I’ve shot a video of my evaluating some of them.
After working with 1920s and 30s materials for many weeks, sometimes it’s nice to take a little diversion and look at something else, so that’s exactly what is being presented today.
I was checking sequences from various silent films this morning, when Fedex showed up with a hard drive containing some films I’ve been waiting to see for years.
Here is a real rarity. Several sequences of the White Rabbit from ‘Alice in Wonderland’ animated by Lou Bunin and composited with a live action Perry Como.
Paul Terry is featured in this week’s film as a shining example of how the Social Security system is working. It’s quite a rarity in that I don’t think there are too many surviving prints.