Posts Tagged ‘cartoons’

Tall Timber

February 10, 2018

“Tall Timber,” with Oswald the Lucky Rabbit, 1928. Directed by Walt Disney; animated by Hugh Harman and Rollin Hamilton.

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Fiddlesticks

January 27, 2018

“Fiddlesticks,” featuring Flip the Frog, 1930. The first color cartoon with sound. Produced and directed by Ub Iwerks of Iwerks Studios. Animated by Ub Iwerks and Fred Kopietz; music by Carl Stalling.

More:

“Ub Iwerks: Master of Animation and Technology,” Chris Mullen, Walt Disney Family Museum

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Rival Romeos

January 20, 2018

“Rival Romeos,” with Oswald the Lucky Rabbit, 1928. Animated by Ub Iwerks.

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Christmas Comes But Once a Year

December 10, 2017

“Christmas Comes But Once a Year,” Fleischer Studios, 1936. Voice actors: Jack Mercer and Mae Questel. DirectorDave Fleischer. Animation: William HenningSeymour Kneitel. Music: Bob RothbergTot SeymourSammy Timberg.

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“A Very Fleisher Christmas,” FleischerStudios.com

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Bright Lights

November 11, 2017

“Bright Lights,” with Oswald the Lucky Rabbit, 1928. Animated by Hugh Harman and Rollin Hamilton.

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Superman and the Bulleteers

October 14, 2017

“The Bulleteers,” a 1942 Superman cartoon by Fleischer Studios. released in Technicolor by Paramount Pictures. Based on the characters created by Joe Shuster and Jerry Siegel; story by Bill Turner and Carl Meyer. Directed by Dave Fleischer and Orestes Calpini. Animation: Orestes Calpini and Graham Place. Music by Winston Sharples and Sammy Timberg. Voice actors: Joan Alexander (Lois Lane), Jackson Beck (narrator, Bulleteer), Bud Collyer (Superman/Clark Kent/Bulleteer), and Julian Noa (Perry White/Bulleteer). The actors had worked on The Adventures of Superman radio show since 1940.

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“The Real Heroes of Superman, Part 3,” Nina Kincaid, Flixens

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Superman and the Volcano

September 30, 2017

“Volcano” a 1942 Superman cartoon by Fleischer Studios. released in Technicolor by Paramount Pictures. Based on the characters created by Joe Shuster and Jerry Siegel; story by Bill Turner and Carl Meyer. Directed by Dave Fleischer and Willard Bowsky. Animation: Willard Bowsky and Otto Feuer. Music by Winston Sharples and Sammy Timberg. Voice actors: Joan Alexander (Lois Lane), Jackson Beck (narrator/officer/professor), Bud Collyer (Superman/Clark Kent), and Julian Noa (Perry White). The actors had worked on The Adventures of Superman radio show since 1940.

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“The Real Heroes of Superman, Part 3,” Nina Kincaid, Flixens

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Superman and the Electric Earthquake

September 23, 2017

“The Electric Earthquake,” a 1942 Superman cartoon by Fleischer Studios. released in Technicolor by Paramount Pictures. Based on the characters created by Joe Shuster and Jerry Siegel; story by Seymour Kneitel and Izzy Sparber. Directed by Dave Fleischer. Animation: Arnold Gillespie and Steve Muffati. Music by Winston Sharples and Sammy Timberg. Voice actors: Joan Alexander (Lois Lane), Jackson Beck (narrator/Indian scientist), Bud Collyer (Superman/Clark Kent), and Julian Noa (Perry White). The actors had worked on The Adventures of Superman radio show since 1940.

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“The Real Heroes of Superman, Part 3,” Nina Kincaid, Flixens

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Superman and the Magnetic Telescope

September 16, 2017

“The Magnetic Telescope,” a 1942 Superman cartoon by Fleischer Studios. released in Technicolor by Paramount Pictures. Based on the characters created by Joe Shuster and Jerry Siegel; story by Dan Gordon and Carl Meyer. Directed by Dave Fleischer. Animation: Thomas Moore and Myron Waldman. Music by Winston Sharples and Sammy Timberg. Voice actors: Joan Alexander (Lois Lane), Jackson Beck (narrator), Bud Collyer (Superman/Clark Kent/mad scientist), and Julian Noa (Perry White/police officer). The actors had worked on The Adventures of Superman radio show since 1940.

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“The Real Heroes of Superman, Part 3,” Nina Kincaid, Flixens

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Superman and the Billion Dollar Limited

September 9, 2017

“Billion Dollar Limited,” a 1942 Superman cartoon by Fleischer Studios. released in Technicolor by Paramount Pictures Superman. Based on the characters created by Joe Shuster and Jerry Siegel; story by Seymour Kneitel and Izzy Sparber. Directed by Dave Fleischer. Animation: Frank Endres and Myron Waldman. Music by Winston Sharples and Sammy Timberg. Voice actors: Joan Alexander (Lois Lane), Jackson Beck (narrator), Bud Collyer (Superman/Clark Kent), Julian Noa (gangster). The cast had voiced the same characters on The Adventures of Superman radio show since 1940.

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“The Real Heroes of Superman, Part 3,” Nina Kincaid, Flixens

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