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Continuing with the Merrie Melodies for 1942, as the mood sways from the traditional to some periodic patriotic flag-waving.
Carl Stalling continued to fold songs – both old and new – into the scores of the WB cartoons.
The background music in the Looney Tunes during the 1940-41 season, at a time when the world seemed to want comedy – and escapism.
Robert McKimson remains one of the most underappreciated directors in animation history.
The remainder of the 1939-40 Merrie Melodies include titles that crystalize the personalities of two of Warner’s top characters.
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.