StickerBoy
2015-01-06T08:57:49Z
I was wondering if anybody does have screenshots of the 1992 computer colorized version of the 1937 cartoon, "Get Rich Quick Porky"? [porky] I've seen the 1968 redrawn version on my DVDs, but I have yet to see the computer colorized version and I'm looking very hard all over the internet for said version. If you do happen to have some screenshots of the computer-colorized version of this cartoon, PM me or reply.
Red_Demon
2015-01-16T22:36:35Z
Interesting subject, off hand I forgets, but like 78 was colored (Hand Drawn) and over a hundred was colorized (Computer). Across the internet, older formats, etc you can find them in both. As far as finding good copies seems slim. Just keep hunting for the ones your after. Me myself prefer original release. And there's a lot of Warner Bros. B/W cartoons not officially released.
Looney Tunes Fan
2015-01-18T23:23:38Z
Originally Posted by: Red_Demon 

Interesting subject, off hand I forgets, but like 78 was colored (Hand Drawn) and over a hundred was colorized (Computer). Across the internet, older formats, etc you can find them in both. As far as finding good copies seems slim. Just keep hunting for the ones your after. Me myself prefer original release. And there's a lot of Warner Bros. B/W cartoons not officially released.



While this is true for most, not all redrawns and computer-colorized shorts have surfaced on the internet (case in point: Porky in Wackyland. Last time I saw that was on CN back in 2010 or so). The computer-colorized version of Get Rich Quick Porky, afaik, hasn't surfaced.
LuckyToon
2015-01-19T00:30:04Z
I did record the colorized version when it was on Cartoon Network on one of my blank VHS tapes I still have. But I didn't record the entire cartoon unfortunately, I started the recording at the part when Porky was going to the bank, I didn't record the beginning since I didn't notice it was on.
Looney Tunes Fan
2015-01-20T18:51:07Z
Originally Posted by: LuckyToon 

I did record the colorized version when it was on Cartoon Network on one of my blank VHS tapes I still have. But I didn't record the entire cartoon unfortunately, I started the recording at the part when Porky was going to the bank, I didn't record the beginning since I didn't notice it was on.


Either way, I'd love to see it! Anyway you could convert it, and any other colorized versions (if any) that you may have? If needed (and with your permission), we can take this it PM. ๐Ÿ™‚
Blob55
2015-01-20T19:38:26Z
Originally Posted by: Looney Tunes Fan 

Originally Posted by: LuckyToon 

I did record the colorized version when it was on Cartoon Network on one of my blank VHS tapes I still have. But I didn't record the entire cartoon unfortunately, I started the recording at the part when Porky was going to the bank, I didn't record the beginning since I didn't notice it was on.


Either way, I'd love to see it! Anyway you could convert it, and any other colorized versions (if any) that you may have? If needed (and with your permission), we can take this it PM. :)



Why do you want coloured versions? Is it so you can laugh at how bad the re-drawn ones are?
Looney Tunes Fan
2015-01-21T03:17:59Z
Originally Posted by: Blob55 

Originally Posted by: Looney Tunes Fan 

Originally Posted by: LuckyToon 

I did record the colorized version when it was on Cartoon Network on one of my blank VHS tapes I still have. But I didn't record the entire cartoon unfortunately, I started the recording at the part when Porky was going to the bank, I didn't record the beginning since I didn't notice it was on.


Either way, I'd love to see it! Anyway you could convert it, and any other colorized versions (if any) that you may have? If needed (and with your permission), we can take this it PM. :)



Why do you want coloured versions? Is it so you can laugh at how bad the re-drawn ones are?



I am a collector of all things Looney. I collect any colorized versions of the shorts and any TV airings in general. ๐Ÿ™‚
Blob55
2015-01-21T15:40:12Z
Originally Posted by: Looney Tunes Fan 

Originally Posted by: Blob55 

Originally Posted by: Looney Tunes Fan 

Originally Posted by: LuckyToon 

I did record the colorized version when it was on Cartoon Network on one of my blank VHS tapes I still have. But I didn't record the entire cartoon unfortunately, I started the recording at the part when Porky was going to the bank, I didn't record the beginning since I didn't notice it was on.


Either way, I'd love to see it! Anyway you could convert it, and any other colorized versions (if any) that you may have? If needed (and with your permission), we can take this it PM. :)



Why do you want coloured versions? Is it so you can laugh at how bad the re-drawn ones are?



I am a collector of all things Looney. I collect any colorized versions of the shorts and any TV airings in general. :)



I don't usually watch LTMMs on TV, but aren't all LTMMs now just stuff already on DVDs and Blu-Ray?
Looney Tunes Fan
2015-01-22T00:58:26Z
Originally Posted by: Blob55 

Originally Posted by: Looney Tunes Fan 

Originally Posted by: Blob55 

Originally Posted by: Looney Tunes Fan 

Originally Posted by: LuckyToon 

I did record the colorized version when it was on Cartoon Network on one of my blank VHS tapes I still have. But I didn't record the entire cartoon unfortunately, I started the recording at the part when Porky was going to the bank, I didn't record the beginning since I didn't notice it was on.


Either way, I'd love to see it! Anyway you could convert it, and any other colorized versions (if any) that you may have? If needed (and with your permission), we can take this it PM. :)



Why do you want coloured versions? Is it so you can laugh at how bad the re-drawn ones are?



I am a collector of all things Looney. I collect any colorized versions of the shorts and any TV airings in general. :)



I don't usually watch LTMMs on TV, but aren't all LTMMs now just stuff already on DVDs and Blu-Ray?



Heavens no, there's plenty not on DVD or Blu-Ray.
wiley207
2015-01-22T01:23:14Z
I heard the computer colorized version of Get Rich Quick Porky simply sepiatoned the backgrounds with a few color highlights added. Many 1992 colorizations pulled that shortcut, I recall.

Sometimes I really enjoy those computer colorizations. "Ali Baba Bound" looks great that way, IMHO (way better than the redrawn version, too.)
Red_Demon
2015-01-22T22:56:38Z
I'm Gullible, how can you really tell between color or colorized? Me myself prefer B/W (Original). I have seen intro's with both.
wiley207
2015-01-23T15:10:26Z
Originally Posted by: Red_Demon 

I'm Gullible, how can you really tell between color or colorized? Me myself prefer B/W (Original). I have seen intro's with both.



If you mean the copyright notices, there is no difference. For some reason, the 1990 and 1992 colorizations read "COLOR VERSION" on the copyright notice, while the 1995 colorizations had "Colorized version."

I will say some of the 1990 colorizations of the early 1940s cartoons look almost like they were originally made in color (like "Porky's Pig Feat," when CN would air it they would cut the opening and closing logos, so I had no idea back then it was originally a black-and-white cartoon that was colorized.)