Good morning. Start of a new week, and here are your copies of The Exposure Sheet. The in-house newsletter of the Looney Tunes crew at Leon Schlesinger Productions.
Vol. 2 – No. 4 March 4th, 1940
Apparently page 4 was left out of my copy of this issue – but whatever was on there is continued on page 5. Among the things we do have, we learn: Chuck Jones, recuperating from appendix surgery, sent a note to the staff; Welshman Fred Jones (no relation) becomes an American citizen; Cal Dalton takes bubble baths; Michael Maltese starts a new facetious column on the History of Animation; and Lou Guarnier writes a letter of complaint about himself!
Vol. 2 – No. 5 March 18th, 1940
Leonard Kester joins the staff as a background painter for Freleng’s unit; John Carey responds to Lou Guarnier’s letter in the last issue; Maltese writes of his favorite memories of silent pictures; and bios of inker Ann Almond and Ink & Paint supervisor Frank Powers.