Posts Tagged ‘animation’

The Magic Fluke

December 3, 2022

“The Magic Fluke” a 1949 UPA theatrical cartoon featuring Fox & Crow, directed by John Hubley, with music by Del Castillo. Voice actor: John T. Smith. An Academy Award Nominee.

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Robin Hoodlum

November 26, 2022

“Robin Hoodlum,” a 1948 UPA theatrical cartoon featuring Fox & Crow, directed by John Hubley, with music by Del Castillo. Voice actor: John T. Smith. Nominated for an Academy Award.

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Miles Davis

November 25, 2022

“If I couldn’t create there would be nothing for me to live for. It’s selfish, I know, but geniuses are selfish.”
Miles Davis

From the Jazz Hall of Fame series, produced by Quoted Studios and Jazz at Lincoln Center. From an interview with Ben Sidran. Directed by Patrick Smith; animated by Nate Milton.

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Prehistoric Perils

November 19, 2022

“Prehistoric Perils,” a 1952 Terrytoons theatrical cartoon featuring Mighty Mouse, directed by Connie Rasinski, with music by Philip A. Scheib.

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Law and Order

November 12, 2022

“Law and Order,” a 1950 Terrytoons theatrical cartoon featuring Mighty Mouse, directed by Eddie Donnelly, with music by Philip A. Scheib.

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Cupid Gets His Man

November 5, 2022

“Cupid Gets His Man,” a 1936 Rainbow Parade theatrical cartoon by Van Beuren Studios, directed by Tom Palmer, with music by Winston Sharples.

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A Waif’s Welcome

October 29, 2022

“A Waif’s Welcome,” a 1936 Rainbow Parade theatrical cartoon by Van Beuren Studios, directed by Tom Palmer,  with music by Winston Sharples.

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Bold King Cole

October 22, 2022

“Bold King Cole,” a 1936 Rainbow Parade theatrical cartoon by Van Beuren Studios featuring Felix the Cat, directed by Burt Gillett, with music by Winston Sharples.

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Neptune Nonsense

October 15, 2022

“Neptune Nonsense,” a 1936 Rainbow Parade theatrical cartoon by Van Beuren Studios featuring Felix the Cat, directed by Burt Gillett, and Tom Palmer, with music by Winston Sharples.

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The Goose That Laid the Golden Egg

October 8, 2022

“The Goose That Laid the Golden Egg,” a 1936 Rainbow Parade cartoon by Van Beuren Studios featuring Felix the Cat, directed by Burt Gillett, and Tom Palmer, with music by Winston Sharples.

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