Archive for the ‘Animation’ Category

Down With Cats

June 27, 2020

“Down With Cats,” a 1943 Terrytoons theatrical cartoon featuring Super Mouse (later renamed Mighty Mouse), directed by Connie Rasinski, with music by Philip A. Scheib. Voice actor: Tom Morrison.

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Super Mouse Rides Again

June 20, 2020

“Super Mouse Rides Again, ” a 1943 Terrytoons theatrical cartoon featuring Super Mouse (later renamed Mighty Mouse), directed by Mannie Davis, with music by Philip A. Scheib. Voice actor: Tom Morrison.

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He Dood It Again

June 13, 2020

“He Dood It Again,” a 1943 Terrytoons theatrical cartoon featuring Super Mouse (later renamed Mighty Mouse), directed by Eddie Donnelly, with music by Philip A. Scheib. Voice actor: Tom Morrison.

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Pandora’s Box

June 6, 2020

“Pandora’s Box,” a 1943 Terrytoons theatrical cartoon featuring Super Mouse (later renamed Mighty Mouse), directed by Connie Rasinski with music by Philip A. Scheib. Voice actor: Tom Morrison.

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Frankenstein’s Cat

May 30, 2020

“Frankenstein’s Cat,” a 1942 Terrytoons theatrical cartoon featuring Super Mouse (later renamed Mighty Mouse), directed by Mannie Davis, with music by Philip A. Scheib.

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The Infinite Now

May 29, 2020

“The Infinite Now,” a “cinemagraph” by Armand Dijcks, animating still photographs by Ray Collins. Soundtrack by André Heuvelman.

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Winners Take All

May 28, 2020

According to Anand Giridharadas, ““the global elite’s efforts to ‘change the world’ preserve the status quo and obscure their role in causing the problems they later seek to solve.” This animation by Cognitive distills his full talk at RSA down to about five minutes. You can also read his book about this.

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The Mouse of Tomorrow

May 23, 2020

“The Mouse of Tomorrow,” a 1942 Terrytoons theatrical cartoon featuring Super Mouse (later renamed Mighty Mouse), directed by Eddie Donnelly (also one of the animators). Written by John Foster and Isadore Klein, with music by Philip A. Scheib and narration by Tom Morrison.

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A Knight for a Day

May 16, 2020

“A Knight For A Day,” a 1946 Disney theatrical cartoon featuring Goofy, directed by Jack Hannah. Inspired by Twain’s Connecticut Yankee in King Arthur’s Court. Written by Bill Peet, with music by Oliver Wallace. Principal animation by Hugh Fraser, Eric Larsen, Judge Whitaker, and John Reed. Goofy is voiced by Pinto Colvig, and the sports announcer may be Mr. Colvig or John McLeish.

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How to Sleep

May 9, 2020

“How to Sleep,” a 1953 Disney Studios theatrical cartoon featuring Goofy, directed by Jack Kinney. Written by Milt Schaffer and Nick George, with music by Edward H. Plumb. Animation by Bruce Bushman, Claude Coats, Jerry Hathcock, and George Nicholas. Goofy voiced by Pinto Colvig.

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