The Encyclopedia of Animated Cartoons (3rd Edition) by Jeff Lenburg

By Jeff Lenburg

From Jeff Lenburg's obsessive fascination with the topic comes this final consultant to cartoons. greater than 2,200 comic strip entries surround all points of this twentieth-century cultural phenomenon: creators, administrators, construction studios, voice expertise, episode titles, and dates of free up. With a ahead by way of June Foray (the voice at the back of Granny and Rocky the Squirrel), greater than a hundred and fifty illustrations, and a nutshell background of yank animation, this domestic reference information each comic strip and each sketch personality ever created.

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By Jeff Lenburg

From Jeff Lenburg's obsessive fascination with the topic comes this final consultant to cartoons. greater than 2,200 comic strip entries surround all points of this twentieth-century cultural phenomenon: creators, administrators, construction studios, voice expertise, episode titles, and dates of free up. With a ahead by way of June Foray (the voice at the back of Granny and Rocky the Squirrel), greater than a hundred and fifty illustrations, and a nutshell background of yank animation, this domestic reference information each comic strip and each sketch personality ever created.

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An International Film Service Production. 1917: “Iska Worreh” (Aug. 5); and “Abie Kabibble Outwitting His Rival” (Sept. 23). fi fi AESOP’S FILM FABLES After forming his own studio near the end of World War I, pioneer animator Paul Terry brought this series of popular fables to the screen in 1920, using animal characters in the roles of humans to depict their improprieties without offending audiences. ) An Aesop-type moral concluded each picture. While most of the films were enacted by animals, others starred Farmer Al Falfa, Terry’s bestknown character at the time.

Heeza Liar In Africa” (Nov. 29). 1914: “Col. Heeza Liar’s African Hunt” (Jan. 10); “Col. Heeza Liar Shipwrecked” (Mar. 14); “Col. Heeza Liar in Mexico” (Apr. Producer J. R. Bray and animator Walter Lantz introduced the accomplished liar, Colonel Heeza Liar, in 1915. (COURTESY: MUSEUM OF MODERN ART/FILM STILLS ARCHIVE) 18); “Col. Heeza Liar, Farmer” (May 18); “Col. Heeza Liar, Explorer” (Aug. 15); “Col. Heeza Liar in the Wilderness” (Sept. 26); and “Col. Heeza Liar, Naturalist” (Oct. 24). 1915: “Col.

15); “No. 7” (Apr. 10); “No. 8” (May 1); “No. 9” (June 12); “No. 10” (June 25); “No. 11” (July 17); “No. 12” (July 31); “No. 13” (Aug. 14); “No. 14” (Aug. 28); “No. 15” (Sept. 11); “No. 16” (Sept. 25); “No. 17” (Oct. 16); “No. 18” (Nov. 15); “No. 19” (Dec. 1); and “No. 20” (Dec. 15). ” An Aywon Film Corporation Production. 1927: “No. 21” (Jan. 1); “No. 22” (Jan. 15); “No. 23” (Feb. 15); “No. 24” (Mar. 15); and “No. 25” (Apr. 15). 1922: “The American Picture Book” (Mar. 11). H. Ferrell. Additional titles in the series are unknown.

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