Posts Tagged ‘animation’

Musical Moments from Chopin

April 16, 2022

“Musical Moments from Chopin” (aka “Chopin’s Musical Moments”) a 1946 Walter Lanz “Cartune” featuring Andy Panda. and Woody Woodpecker. Directed by Dick Lundy. Music by Darrell Calker. (and Frédéric Chopin, natch). Nominated for an Academy Award for best short subject.

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The Wacky Weed

April 9, 2022

“The Wacky Weed,” a 1946 Walter Lanz “Cartune” featuring Andy Panda. Directed by Dick Lundy. Music by Darrell Calker.

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The Poet and Peasant

April 2, 2022

“The Poet and Peasant,” a 1946 Walter Lanz “Cartune” featuring Andy Panda. Directed by Dick Lundy. Music by Darrell Calker and Franz von Suppé. A theatrical cartoon repurposed for TV, hence the intro.

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Meatless Tuesday

March 26, 2022

“Meatless Tuesday,” a 1943 Walter Lanz “Cartune” featuring Andy Panda and Charlie Chicken. Directed by James Culhane. Note: “Meatless Mondays” were a wartime feature of WI and WWII.

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Canine Commandos

March 19, 2022

“Canine Commandos,” a 1943 Walter Lanz “Cartune” featuring Andy Panda. Directed by Alex Lovy.

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An Illustrated Talk With Maurice Sendak

March 18, 2022

Christoph Niemann illustrated a clip of Maurice Sendak‘s 2011 interview with Terry Gross.

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Air Raid Warden

March 12, 2022

“Air Raid Warden,” a 1942 Walter Lanz “Cartune” featuring Andy Panda. doing his bit on the Home Front. Directed by Alex Lovy.

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The History of Electric Cars

March 7, 2022

By the end of the 19th century, 38% of American cars were electric. But early car batteries were expensive and inefficient, and the vehicles were twice the price of a gas-powered car. Enter the cheap Model T, and goodbye electric autos. Now that gas-powered cars have warmed the climate, can the market for electric cars heat up again? A TED-Ed video by Daniel Sperling and Gil Tal, narrated by Jack Cutmore-Scott, and animated by Lobster Studio.

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Andy Panda’s Victory Garden

March 5, 2022

“Andy Panda’s Victory Garden,” a 1942 Walter Lanz “Cartune” featuring Andy Panda and Charlie Chicken doing their bit on the WWII Home Front. Directed by Alex Lovy.

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Nutty Pine Cabin

February 26, 2022

“Nutty Pine Cabin,” a 1942 Walter Lanz “Cartune” featuring Andy Panda. Directed by Alex Lovy.

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