DudleyDud
7 days ago
In your opinion, why didn't Felix adapt to the arrival of sound like other silent cartoon stars like Oswald and Farmer Alfalfa?

I've read that it was because Pat Sullivan didn't want to sound his cartoons, but the fact that Felix's first sound cartoons were released in 1929 shows that he wasn't far behind his competitors and that he could still catch up. But the new distribution company, Copley Pictures, seems to have set an extremely low budget for the series, which may explain why Pat Sullivan was unable to obtain the right equipment to properly synchronize Felix's cartoons with sound.

What do you think?

Quick Reply

© 2024 - YetAnotherForum.NET