Tag Archives: UPA
The Piels Beer commercials put us the UPA/NY studio on the map. Along with the clever voice acting of Bob & Ray, it was Grim Natwick’s animation that gave life and charm to those characters.
After the Cut and Landing Accidents were produced for the Navy. These are especially hard to come by, leaving vintage prints from the era being the only copies available.
The original soundtrack album for the first animated Christmas TV special–which boasts one of the finest musical scores ever—was released almost 50 years after it premiered.
He may have been an Oscar-winning animated UPA character on the big screen and the star of two TV series, but the Dr. Seuss character was a children’s record first.
I’m happy to *finally* announce that the new Blu-rays, Mid Century Modern, Volume 1 and 2, have arrived— so it seemed like a good day to talk about them a little.