Posts Tagged ‘animation’

The Life of Death

June 23, 2018

“The Life of Death,” a 2012 video by Marsha Onderstijn.
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The Fowl Ball

June 16, 2018

“The Fowl Ball,” by Walter Lantz and  William Nolan, featuring Oswald the Lucky Rabbit, 1930.

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Oh, What a Knight

June 9, 2018

“Oh, What a Knight,” starring Oswald the Lucky Rabbit, 1928. Directed by Walt Disney and Ub Iwerks, animated by Ub Iwerks, Hugh Harman, and Rollin Hamilton.

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The Ocean Hop

June 2, 2018

“The Ocean Hop,” starring Oswald the Lucky Rabbit. Look out, Lindy! Animated by Hugh Harman and Rollin Hamilton. 1927.

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The Fox Chase

May 26, 2018

“The Fox Chase,” featuring Oswald the Lucky Rabbit, 1928. Directed by Walt Disney; animated by Ub IwerksHugh HarmanLes ClarkFriz Freleng, et. al. 

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Bright Lights

May 19, 2018

“Bright Lights,” starring Oswald the Lucky Rabbit, 1928. Director: Walt Disney. Animated by Ub Iwerks and Rollin Hamilton.

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Great Guns

May 12, 2018

“Great Guns,”  starring Oswald the lucky rabbit, 1927.  Director: Walt Disney. Principal animation, editor: Ub Iwerks.

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One More Time

May 5, 2018

“One More Time,” a Merrie Melodie cartoon starring Foxy, 1931. Directed by Rudolf Ising; principal animation by Isadore Freleng and Paul J. Smith; music supervisor: Frank Marsales, score performed by Abe Lyman and his Brunswick Recording Orchestra. Voice actors were uncredited. This is the third and last cartoon for Foxy.

Merrie Melodie cartoons were sort of early music videos, and each featured a contemporary hit. The title song, written by Tin Pan Alley heavies Buddy DeSylva, Lew Brown, and Ray Henderson, was recorded in 1931 by many artists, including Ted Lewis and his OrchestraGrace Johnston, The Gus Arnheim Orchestra with Bing CrosbyKing Oliver’s OrchestraBen Bernie, Ben Selvin— all your faves!

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We’re Right, and Everyone Else Is Wrong

April 27, 2018

Why do you think you’re right and everyone else is wrong? Social Psychologist Jonathan Haidt spoke about this to the Royal Society for the encouragement of Arts, Manufactures and Commerce (RSA). See the full presentation here.

Animation by Sophie Koko Gate.

Dr. Haidt’s current projects include Heterodox Academy and OpenMind.

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Lady, Play Your Mandolin!

April 21, 2018

“Lady, Play Your Mandolin!,” starring Foxy, was the first Merrie Melodies cartoon, released in 1931,  Directed by Rudolf Ising; principal animation by Rollin HamiltonNorm Blackburn, and Isadore Freleng; music supervisor: Frank Marsales, score performed by Abe Lyman and his Brunswick Recording Orchestra. Voice actors were uncredited.

“Lady, Play Your Mandolin!,”the title song, written by Oscar Levant and Irving Caesar, was first recorded commercially by Lloyd Keating and Elmer Feldkamp in 1930.

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