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magnil  
#41 Posted : Saturday, October 10, 2015 4:01:00 PM(UTC)
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Anyone know what Irv Spence, Emery Hawkins, Bill Littlejohn and Jack Zander may have animated in Captain and the Kids cartoons?

I think I can sense some Bill Nolan's animation in Poultry Pirates (Captain tries to catch the duck), A Day at the Beach (Captain hears Mama's scream and runs to save her), The Pygmy Hunt (the pygmy runs to the cabin), Old Smokey (Mama tries to put out the fire with a broom and falls), Honduras Hurricane (sailors weigh in the boxer and stamps him). Those scenes look very old-school using what he called 'flag principle', and his scenes seemed to disappear in the late 1938.

But I have no ideas how to spot the other animators, and the only identified scenes I know in these cartoons were two scenes from Thad's Emery Hawkins reel. Any help?

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#42 Posted : Saturday, October 10, 2015 5:19:54 PM(UTC)
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Besides, is there anyone able to identify Russian(Soyuzmultfilm), French(Les Gémeaux) or Japanese(Toei) animators in the English community? I'm trying to do so and I can recognize some Japanese animators from early Toei features like Panda and the Magic Serpent (1958) and Magic Boy (1959), but I can't find a way to get educated about each Russian/French indivisual's animation style without knowing Russian/French.

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#43 Posted : Friday, November 27, 2015 2:50:50 PM(UTC)
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Does anyone have a Fleischer or Iwerks draft with Berny Wolf animation? Aside from the rotoscoped walrus in "Minnie the Moocher," it seems no one can tell what Berny did in his early career...
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#44 Posted : Friday, November 27, 2015 11:28:54 PM(UTC)
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Does anyone have a Fleischer or Iwerks draft with Berny Wolf animation? Aside from the rotoscoped walrus in "Minnie the Moocher," it seems no one can tell what Berny did in his early career...


I think the highest-regarded people in the community of animation history would be surprised if those even exist.
In short, highly doubtful anyone has one.

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#45 Posted : Saturday, November 28, 2015 1:55:26 AM(UTC)
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Does anyone have a Fleischer or Iwerks draft with Berny Wolf animation? Aside from the rotoscoped walrus in "Minnie the Moocher," it seems no one can tell what Berny did in his early career...


I think the highest-regarded people in the community of animation history would be surprised if those even exist.
In short, highly doubtful anyone has one.

Ah, I figured. That's a shame!
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#46 Posted : Wednesday, December 23, 2015 3:58:30 PM(UTC)
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Do these scenes from "Swing Shift Cinderella" look like Ed Love's animation? They seem too wild to be Preston Blair or Ray Abrams, but I could be wrong.

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#47 Posted : Tuesday, April 26, 2016 3:44:45 AM(UTC)
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Anyone know who animated what in this 1922 Aesop's Fable? I've no idea who, but the National Film Preservation Foundation says that Paul Terry, Frank Moser, Jerry Shields, and Milt Gross animated for the studio at the time.
"With all respect to the great mousetrap."- Popeye, "The Spinach Overture" (1935)
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#48 Posted : Tuesday, April 26, 2016 8:53:21 AM(UTC)
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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Fv_akAoV90A
Anyone know who animated what in this 1922 Aesop's Fable? I've no idea who, but the National Film Preservation Foundation says that Paul Terry, Frank Moser, Jerry Shields, and Milt Gross animated for the studio at the time.


I wouldn't know off-hand, but somebody like Charlie Judkins might.

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#49 Posted : Tuesday, April 26, 2016 11:51:09 AM(UTC)
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Speaking of Paul Terrytoons and Aesop's Fables....

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Who animated these two scenes in Caviar? Now that Caviar is publicly uploaded and I can see it, these scenes interest me, because they look way better than the rest of the animation of the scenes in pretty much every other primitive Terrytoon.

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#50 Posted : Wednesday, April 27, 2016 3:40:50 AM(UTC)
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To OutOfOdor and everyone else: Please disregard the false reply I said ealier about Chemistry Lesson. I didn't watch the ending fully, and I thought the immediate switch of stock music when the cartoon turned to the cannon scene was unusual, like a splice.
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#51 Posted : Wednesday, September 28, 2016 1:14:36 PM(UTC)
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I'm gonna dig this thread again.

Did anyone save the animator breakdown of "Out-Foxed" and "Wee-Willie Wildcat" from Thad's old blog?
http://classicanimation....m/2007/05/out-foxed.html
http://classicanimation..../wee-willie-wildcat.html

I'm doing Mike Lah reel right now. And I also always wonder what Walter Clinton's style would be like, but there's not much information about this overlooked animator.

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#52 Posted : Friday, September 30, 2016 7:32:09 AM(UTC)
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I asked this question in its own thread months back, but nobody replied. With the posting of Charles Judkins' article on Vet Anderson in July this year, I thought I'd dig this question back from the dead.

So Day Nurse...

Skip from 5:08 to 5:48. Having been thrown out a window by an aggressive bear, Oswald is hanging onto the pant leg of a pair of flannel pajamas. The baby inches over on the clothesline and tickles the pajamas’ armpit, causing both the pajamas and the rabbit to fall off the line. Ozzie grabs onto the clothesline below. The baby pulls the clothesline toward himself, tosses a lit cigar butt in Oswald’s pants, then pushes him back, where he flails until his dentures pop out of his mouth and he falls. The rabbit continues to flail. He sticks his rear in a gas bucket, producing an explosion which propels him into the air. The baby uses his baby carriage to catch the rabbit.
Judging by what Mark Kausler said about his work in THE HARE MAIL and THE CLOWN, my gut says it’s a Vet Anderson scene, but the Lantz-O-Pedia doesn’t say that his name was in the credits. (I don’t have the original credits.)
The question is: did he?
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#53 Posted : Saturday, October 1, 2016 10:15:45 PM(UTC)
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Originally Posted by: PopKorn Kat Go to Quoted Post

Judging by what Mark Kausler said about his work in THE HARE MAIL and THE CLOWN, my gut says it’s a Vet Anderson scene, but the Lantz-O-Pedia doesn’t say that his name was in the credits. (I don’t have the original credits.)
The question is: did he?

This is certainly some classic New York-ish animation. It did look like a Vet Anderson scene to me, but I'm not qualified to make educated guesses on early Lantz films.

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#54 Posted : Wednesday, September 13, 2017 12:31:25 PM(UTC)
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Boop ba bump.

Does anyone know who animated this wild sequence of Deputy Dawg saying "Dagnabbit" from "Honey Tree"? (Skip to 0:46).
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#55 Posted : Saturday, September 16, 2017 12:17:08 AM(UTC)
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In "Trick or Tweet" (1959, WB), at 3:42 is some animation of Tweety hammering some barb wire onto his nest, and telling the audience, "I may be wrong, but I just don't trust putty tat's honor." Anyone know who animated this brief bit? It looks nothing like Virgil Ross, Art Davis, or Gerry Chiniquy's work, who are the only credited animators on the short. Could this be something done by an uncredited assistant, and if so, which one?

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#56 Posted : Saturday, September 23, 2017 2:04:34 AM(UTC)
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Does anyone know who animated the scene in "Porky's Spring Planting" (1938) where Porky places the scarecrow down? His eyes in that scene don't have that "bug-eyes" look Tashlin used at the time.
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#57 Posted : Saturday, October 14, 2017 9:23:28 AM(UTC)
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Who does the animation in the scene in "Porky's Party" where the penguin and the "mad dog" run up to and hide in the bed? It looks rather sloppy and stiff compared to the rest of the cartoon.
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#58 Posted : Sunday, October 15, 2017 11:16:29 AM(UTC)
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Originally Posted by: PopKorn Kat Go to Quoted Post
I asked this question in its own thread months back, but nobody replied. With the posting of Charles Judkins' article on Vet Anderson in July this year, I thought I'd dig this question back from the dead.

So Day Nurse...

Skip from 5:08 to 5:48. Having been thrown out a window by an aggressive bear, Oswald is hanging onto the pant leg of a pair of flannel pajamas. The baby inches over on the clothesline and tickles the pajamas’ armpit, causing both the pajamas and the rabbit to fall off the line. Ozzie grabs onto the clothesline below. The baby pulls the clothesline toward himself, tosses a lit cigar butt in Oswald’s pants, then pushes him back, where he flails until his dentures pop out of his mouth and he falls. The rabbit continues to flail. He sticks his rear in a gas bucket, producing an explosion which propels him into the air. The baby uses his baby carriage to catch the rabbit.
Judging by what Mark Kausler said about his work in THE HARE MAIL and THE CLOWN, my gut says it’s a Vet Anderson scene, but the Lantz-O-Pedia doesn’t say that his name was in the credits. (I don’t have the original credits.)
The question is: did he?


WALT DISNEY? Oswald in '32 would be Walt LANTZ? (everyone makes mistakes, I know.)
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#59 Posted : Sunday, October 15, 2017 11:25:50 AM(UTC)
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Originally Posted by: Pokey J.Anti-Blockhead Go to Quoted Post
Originally Posted by: PopKorn Kat Go to Quoted Post
I asked this question in its own thread months back, but nobody replied. With the posting of Charles Judkins' article on Vet Anderson in July this year, I thought I'd dig this question back from the dead.

So Day Nurse...

Skip from 5:08 to 5:48. Having been thrown out a window by an aggressive bear, Oswald is hanging onto the pant leg of a pair of flannel pajamas. The baby inches over on the clothesline and tickles the pajamas’ armpit, causing both the pajamas and the rabbit to fall off the line. Ozzie grabs onto the clothesline below. The baby pulls the clothesline toward himself, tosses a lit cigar butt in Oswald’s pants, then pushes him back, where he flails until his dentures pop out of his mouth and he falls. The rabbit continues to flail. He sticks his rear in a gas bucket, producing an explosion which propels him into the air. The baby uses his baby carriage to catch the rabbit.
Judging by what Mark Kausler said about his work in THE HARE MAIL and THE CLOWN, my gut says it’s a Vet Anderson scene, but the Lantz-O-Pedia doesn’t say that his name was in the credits. (I don’t have the original credits.)
The question is: did he?


WALT DISNEY? Oswald in '32 would be Walt LANTZ? (everyone makes mistakes, I know.)

Yup; the uploader was incorrect. This would definitely have to be somebody at Lantz's.
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#60 Posted : Monday, October 16, 2017 5:01:47 PM(UTC)
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Originally Posted by: PopKorn Kat Go to Quoted Post
I asked this question in its own thread months back, but nobody replied. With the posting of Charles Judkins' article on Vet Anderson in July this year, I thought I'd dig this question back from the dead.

So Day Nurse...

Skip from 5:08 to 5:48. Having been thrown out a window by an aggressive bear, Oswald is hanging onto the pant leg of a pair of flannel pajamas. The baby inches over on the clothesline and tickles the pajamas’ armpit, causing both the pajamas and the rabbit to fall off the line. Ozzie grabs onto the clothesline below. The baby pulls the clothesline toward himself, tosses a lit cigar butt in Oswald’s pants, then pushes him back, where he flails until his dentures pop out of his mouth and he falls. The rabbit continues to flail. He sticks his rear in a gas bucket, producing an explosion which propels him into the air. The baby uses his baby carriage to catch the rabbit.
Judging by what Mark Kausler said about his work in THE HARE MAIL and THE CLOWN, my gut says it’s a Vet Anderson scene, but the Lantz-O-Pedia doesn’t say that his name was in the credits. (I don’t have the original credits.)
The question is: did he?


I can confirm Vet isn't credited in the original titles but that doesn't shoot down your theory of course. Oswald the Rabbit
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