Warner Brother Home Entertainment provided me with a free copy of the Blu-Ray I reviewed in this blog post. The opinions I share are my own. Back in February, there was a news item on various TV and cartoon oriented boards that a movie was in the works featuring the Banana Splits. For anybody under… Continue reading Movie Time: The Banana Splits
Another Warner Brothers military film rediscovered: The Cartoon Brew site discusses this film. Much lesser-known than the Pvt. Snafu, cartoons for the Army, the Grampaw Pettigrew character was thought to have been created by the UPA studio for Navy training films, but Brew researchers found the first of these was definitely Warner Brothers, probably Frank… Continue reading Another “rediscovered” Warner Brothers wartime cartoon
Unearthed after nearly 60 years, a "lost" UPA cartoon, the first directed by Gene Deitch. It was a pilot for a proposed theatrical cartoon series to star Howdy Doody, but Buffalo Bob is said have hated it. Too bad. A successful series of cartoon would have kept the character popular today, as I don’t think… Continue reading You have NEVER seen this cartoon before!
All right, I’m seriously behind on a paper about "Star Wars" that I had promised over a year ago, but having just re-watched "The Phantom menace," I must get this out of the way: Sebulba Dick Dastardly Surely other people have commented on this. Sebulba did absolutely nothing in the movie that Dastrdly didn’t do… Continue reading Separated at the Inkpot
This was based on a humorous piece passed around the Internet many years ago. Despite its topicality, no one has really bothered to add to it. Percussive Reprocessing Any organic entity (animal or plant), when struck with sufficient force, will be knocked out of the top of the frame, and return to earth as finished… Continue reading Additional Laws of Cartoon Physics