YouTube Thread - Forum.
CyberFox
2015-03-19T00:33:38Z
I noticed nobody resurrected this
So why not
Post YouTube links of cartoons in 'ere
Toadette
2015-03-19T01:55:35Z
Evidently you've forgotten about this thread:
http://www.intanibase.co...s/t77-The-YouTube-Thread 

You even made the last post.

Or are you trying to start a new thread altogether?

I suppose while I'm at it, I should link to this channel filled with Terrytoons:
https://www.youtube.com/...qXgABnemLU6vZikiQ/videos 

Milton Knight says Devon Baxter is the one in charge of this channel, and is uploading all the Terrytoons in chronological order!
nickramer
2015-03-19T16:58:29Z
I was wondering who was doing this nice channel. Since Devon is also now a contributor to Cartoon Research, is there any chance of him doing an article about Terrytoons?
Toadette
2015-04-04T20:14:06Z
Borge Ring and Hans Perk's wonderful short film, Anna & Bella:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=E0qnXOzxQgA 

This was the film that won the Academy Award for Best Animated Short Film when the Muppets were presenting the award:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YWYh4_h8ud4 

Unfortunately, as you can see, the award went to the producer. Here's Hans Perk (from Mark Mayerson's blog) on the making of the film, and why giving the Oscar to the producer was such an injustice:

"Now everyone seems to think that Børge won the Oscar with this film, as well he should have. But it is on the mantlepiece of our pretty much useless producer. Børge never got it, as she apparently did not ask for a 'duplicate oscar' but for 'one more', which the Academy thought was a strange request.

The actual daily staff on this film were Børge and his assistant (me) for three years inbetween other jobs. As I had invited Frank and Ollie to lecture in the Dutch town of Haarlem in August 1984, and the film was finished just days before this, we premiered the film in the intermission.

To give you a clue as to why I am still a bit irritated with our dear producer: she ordered cels without the protective tissue. She got a painter who wanted to be an artist, so he painted the cels too thinly, making it look like a thunderstorm. Then she got the same guy to be cameraman, and he didn't want to use my field guides: 'How can you be so arrogant giving me those stupid squares ('lullige vierkantjes') - I'm an artist, and I decide where the camera looks!'--well, we used half the budget to get a brilliant painter/cameraman (Rem Laan) - so I worked for free (inbetweened, animated a bit, cleaned up on cel, edited, assistant-directed, painted heaps of cels, made mixing lists, etc)--and the producer has the Oscar.
I seem to recall that this incident changed the Oscar from a being a producer's to a director's award. Too late for Børge, though."
nickramer
2015-04-08T04:54:37Z
As a tribute to Freburg, here's the memorable scene from "Lady and The Tramp" where he plays the beaver. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vNDFy3zoBGE 
ParamountCartoons
2015-04-08T13:57:41Z
Originally Posted by: nickramer 

As a tribute to Freburg, here's the memorable scene from "Lady and The Tramp" where he plays the beaver. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vNDFy3zoBGE 



And this scene is how the gopher from the Winnie The Pooh shorts was invented......................

LuckyToon
2015-04-08T16:09:40Z
Originally Posted by: ParamountCartoons 

Originally Posted by: nickramer 

As a tribute to Freburg, here's the memorable scene from "Lady and The Tramp" where he plays the beaver. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vNDFy3zoBGE 



And this scene is how the gopher from the Winnie The Pooh shorts was invented......................



Never knew Freburg played the beaver in "Lady and the Tramp" as well as that western cowboy in the Tom & Jerry cartoon "Posse Cat" until I read this.
nickramer
2015-04-08T20:29:11Z
Originally Posted by: LuckyToon 



Never knew Freburg played the beaver in "Lady and the Tramp" as well as that western cowboy in the Tom & Jerry cartoon "Posse Cat" until I read this.



I thought that was Paul Frees.
DGM
2015-04-09T22:58:57Z
He is listed in the opening credits: https://youtu.be/swgXKnsSmyI?t=22 
nickramer
2015-04-10T03:18:22Z
Originally Posted by: DGM 

He is listed in the opening credits: https://youtu.be/swgXKnsSmyI?t=22 



I was referring to "Posse Cat". I was the one that posted the link to the "Lady and the Tramp" scene in the first place remember.

Toadette
2015-04-10T03:24:04Z
wundermild
2015-04-10T18:00:33Z
Not on Youtube, but I think it counts anyway:
Col. Heeza Liar's "Forbidden Fruit" (1923) 
There are more silent cartoons on the site. Good to know someone besides us cares about them.
TheCombinator
2015-04-11T02:26:08Z
Oh...I remember the thread of this on the old forum had like 86 pages.

Ah, good times.

Here's "Ain't Nature Grand" in full:

https://youtube.com/watch?v=-0IIsPrwIDg 
ibcf
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2015-04-18T08:33:39Z
Does anyone know where I can find a decent copy of "Grizzly Golfer"? I'd like to use the flower scene for an Art Babbit reel...
DevonB
2015-04-18T16:18:19Z
Originally Posted by: ibcf 

Does anyone know where I can find a decent copy of "Grizzly Golfer"? I'd like to use the flower scene for an Art Babbit reel...



You could probably find it on Shout Factory's Mr. Magoo Theatrical Collection DVD box set.
ibcf
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2015-04-18T21:18:11Z
Originally Posted by: DevonB 

You could probably find it on Shout Factory's Mr. Magoo Theatrical Collection DVD box set.


Thanks! Hmm, I'm not sure I want to shell out $25 for a single scene though. Maybe I'll skip this one... xD
Toadette
2015-04-18T21:38:28Z
It's worth getting for the earlier cartoons alone. As Thad Komorowski put it , "Just think of it as getting those wonderful early cartoons with three discs of bonus features." (His review identifies the animals in "Ragtime Bear", "Grizzly Golfer", and "Fuddy Duddy Buddy" as being from Babbitt as well.)
nickramer
2015-04-19T02:58:17Z
Originally Posted by: Toadette 

It's worth getting for the earlier cartoons alone. As Thad Komorowski put it , "Just think of it as getting those wonderful early cartoons with three discs of bonus features." (His review identifies the animals in "Ragtime Bear", "Grizzly Golfer", and "Fuddy Duddy Buddy" as being from Babbitt as well.)



....Except for the fact that some people happened to like a lot of the films.

dbear
2015-04-20T15:23:34Z
Noticing my four month old upload of a rare mid-30s part-behind-the-scenes Japanese animation by pioneer Noburo Ofuji (in color!) has been getting a lot of likes and views lately (apparently it was linked on some Anime site or something), so I thought I'll share it here as well:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=R-d_Id-CKPE 

This will probably spur me to upload more rare examples of early 30s Japanese animation that I acquired recently...
ibcf
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2015-04-20T21:20:34Z
Originally Posted by: dbear 

Noticing my four month old upload of a rare mid-30s part-behind-the-scenes Japanese animation by pioneer Noburo Ofuji (in color!) has been getting a lot of likes and views lately (apparently it was linked on some Anime site or something), so I thought I'll share it here as well:

This will probably spur me to upload more rare examples of early 30s Japanese animation that I acquired recently...


Amazing, thanks for uploading this!