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WaltWiz1901
2018-02-26T21:50:31Z
Originally Posted by: dbear 

I believe the Radio & Television Packagers redrawns were not affiliated with Disney in any way. This is pure conjecture on my part, but it's clear the package was hastily cobbled together from largely bootleg B&W prints that may have been (in some cases wrongly) assumed to be public domain.
An Italian home movie distributor AVO FILM bought up the rights to the R&TVP shorts for Super 8 distribution likely in the mid-to-late 70s. I've seen prints of other redrawns turn up from time to time on other European eBay sites.
I could find no reference to a R&TVP version of "Mickey's Follies" online until this Super 8 print cropped up on French eBay in its original AVO box.
How or why R&TVP thought they could get away with retracing a bootleg Disney print with a replaced soundtrack in the first place is probably lost to time (or somewhere in the paperwork files of whoever owns these redrawns today).


Interesting. If that's so, it's unbelievable to find out that they messed up on their "what's in the public domain?" thinking.

This short isn't the only one I've heard to have been mistook for a "public domain" cartoon; when I saw someone watching a package of Mickey shorts off of Netflix, he assumed Gulliver Mickey, one of the only black-and-white cartoons included on it, must've been in the public domain (of course it hasn't, Disney would (almost) never leave any of their things to fade into the public domain). Aren't Minnie's Yoo Hoo, The Mad Doctor, and Mickey's Surprise Party the only three Mickey Mouse shorts to have truly fallen into the PD?
nickramer
2018-03-01T04:51:55Z
Here's a 1975 Raid ad that Avery may or may not have worked on. Casey Kasem narrates and I think Arnold Stang is one of the bugs :

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LSdJWSU2T_c 
OutOfOdor
2018-03-04T00:45:06Z
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sUH8maxef1A 
A Quicken Loans commercial with Yogi Bear that I saw on the telly this morning.
"With all respect to the great mousetrap."- Popeye, "The Spinach Overture" (1935)
nickramer
2018-03-04T15:23:05Z
Originally Posted by: OutOfOdor 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sUH8maxef1A
A Quicken Loans commercial with Yogi Bear that I saw on the telly this morning.



I was just thinking about seeing Yogi in a new animated project. Glad to see it happened even if it was just a small ad.
nickramer
2018-03-11T05:00:21Z
Here's a 1970's ad for Nabisco's discontinued Tuna Twist with animation done by Bob Katz:


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BVamnw-S-tk 
ParamountCartoons
2018-03-11T17:43:41Z
Originally Posted by: nickramer 

Here's a 1970's ad for Nabisco's discontinued Tuna Twist with animation done by Bob Katz:


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BVamnw-S-tk 




Nabisco should've been only known for their biscuits (cookies and crackers), that product was a weird experiment! I know Nabisco also made cereal and other things, but tuna? Sorry, Charlie!


nickramer
2018-04-12T04:40:01Z
As a tribute to Chuck McCann, here's an early "Garfield & Friends" episode where he did a guest voice:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ndZtm2xAfdI 
Josue_Duperon
2018-04-12T15:15:56Z
Here's a 2017 Nationwide Insurance featuring SpongeBob and Patrick:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bh47kCrNGic 
OutOfOdor
2018-04-12T23:50:19Z
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AMInrAMEzyU 
A short extract from a (presumably) Lee-Bradford "Red-Head Comedy".
"With all respect to the great mousetrap."- Popeye, "The Spinach Overture" (1935)
OutOfOdor
2018-06-10T00:04:02Z
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Fqigqu9h8NU 
A recording of "Goblins in the Steeple", which was featured in a number of Warner Bros. cartoons including "Operation: Rabbit" and "A Ham in a Role".
"With all respect to the great mousetrap."- Popeye, "The Spinach Overture" (1935)
ToonStar95
2018-09-17T18:06:24Z
Original title card music for The Gorilla Mystery:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qKKInAE6W8c 

The 1992 launch of The Cartoon Network:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qgUzlWrkz1M 
PopKorn Kat
2018-09-22T18:09:47Z
ToonStar95
2018-09-27T15:47:17Z
Here's an audio adaptation of Disney's Adventures in Music: Melody for RCA Victor's "Little Nipper" story record series.

It sounds very much like the film itself, complete with Bill Thompson as the voice of Professor Owl, and music by Joseph S. Dubin.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-QYrYP2nyss 
nickramer
2018-10-04T14:45:13Z
A 1990 "Entertainment Tonight" segment where Leonard Maltin interviews the developer of the Disney Software program, "Disney Animation Studio":

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aF1L-g5nnXU 
VoiceTalentBrendan
2018-10-06T23:13:13Z
OutOfOdor
2018-10-07T14:05:36Z
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EIv544PPc-w 
Redrawn version of "Where Am I?" (1926) with Mutt and Jeff. Those with good ears will recognize the opening music from the end of "Korn Plastered in Africa" (1934).
"With all respect to the great mousetrap."- Popeye, "The Spinach Overture" (1935)
nickramer
2018-10-11T15:20:06Z
As a tribute to Vinton, here' one of the aforementioned Cecile segments his studio did for "Sesame Street" in 1990. This is probably my favorite segment: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cp51HP0eisc 
PopKorn Kat
2018-11-03T02:19:13Z
"Mechanical Man" with the correct opening credits and missing/poor-quality footage spliced in with a timecoded print:
https://youtu.be/RI4v_7Isv5A 
kazblox
2018-11-13T03:46:36Z
Originally Posted by: WaltWiz1901 

Once, the original title card to The Fire Fighters was put up, and it didn't take long for the wiki to (ignorantly) delete it and replace it with the gaudy fake titles from the LaserDisc and DVD versions.


https://web.archive.org/...m/wiki/The_Fire_Fighters 
This? That's just another faux title image that someone poorly hashed up from the official faux recreation titles. The typefaces exactly match and the typography is too small.
Zachary
2018-11-29T07:42:02Z
Just noticed that the same person who acquired (and posted  a video showing) that rare original-titled 8mm print of Tom and Jerry in The Milky Waif (1946) a while back recently posted the original titles of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Mouse (1947) from a 16mm B&W print:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tk878tQ17B4 

The MPPDA and Western Electric logos and copyright notice in the credits are the same style used in the 1948 reissue version of The Bowling Alley Cat.

The video description interestingly notes the print has "A BBC TELEVISION FILM" at the head, and also has a link to an eBay listing for a 16mm B&W print of Salt Water Tabby (1947) with the original titles that sold in 2017.