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DGM
2017-02-26T16:11:56Z
And here is the second one. I looked in a list of Soyuzmultfilm cartoons  for titles about hunters near Quartet's year and found it in 1948. I'm not all that good in Russian, but the title seems to be "The hunting rifle", after some looking-up.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fUrsHB24ktE 
Wataloon37
2017-02-27T04:58:25Z
I don't know if this short is available on Youtube or not, but I think it's worth showing here. FELIXノ迷探偵 (Detective Felix in Trouble) is a stop-motion animated short from 1932 that features a Felix the Cat doll. It was directed by Shigeji Ogino.

http://animation.filmarchives.jp/works/playen/71576 
nickramer
2017-02-28T05:02:41Z
As you may have already know, late last year, Metlife anoucenced they would ended their license relationship with the Peanuts characters after 30 years. Because of this, I thought of linking this Super Bowl ad from 2012, which not only featured the Peanuts characters but also characters from BOTH Warner Bros. and Classic Media gathering in a field. Why? I don’t really know. Maybe they were looking for Jerry. Interesting to note, that several months after this ad aired, Dreamworks Animation ended up buying Classic Media (which in turn, Dreamworks Animation ended up being bought by Universal/Comcast): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BWzKSBWf3Fs 
LuckyToon
2017-03-01T00:35:03Z
I never got aware of this until now, it's a pretty good crossover of cartoon characters from Dreamworks Classics, WB Animation, and the Peanuts.
nickramer
2017-03-01T05:10:24Z
Originally Posted by: LuckyToon 

I never got aware of this until now, it's a pretty good crossover of cartoon characters from Dreamworks Classics, WB Animation, and the Peanuts.



Actually, Classic Media. As I said before, Dreamworks' purchase didn't happened until a few months later.
ToonStar95
2017-03-03T16:32:06Z
Somebody has recreated the original 1958 broadcast of Disney's From All of Us to All of You, using footage from the original B&W show and other, higher-quality sources (though some footage had to be skipped over to avoid copyright problems).

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=K-XyCSHaD6s 
LuckyToon
2017-03-04T09:15:27Z
Originally Posted by: ToonStar95 

Somebody has recreated the original 1958 broadcast of Disney's From All of Us to All of You, using footage from the original B&W show and other, higher-quality sources (though some footage had to be skipped over to avoid copyright problems).

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=K-XyCSHaD6s 



I recently seen this and I love it. But if the user would of also made either an account on Dailymotion or Vimeo, then he can show the full version of the special without speeding up the sequences.
VoiceTalentBrendan
2017-03-06T19:40:30Z
Tribute post for the late Robert Osbourne television host for TCM.

rest in peace

Here from 2014 is the intros and outros of the Back To The Drawing Board episode The Van Bueurn Studios and Ted Eshbaugh
With Steve Stanchfield

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8h3TfVywA4Y 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ItWfUEzh05Q 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zJ--Xwtx2Lw 
osoul
2017-03-12T09:28:00Z
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=usr6SJZGxfE 

Looney Tunes reference in the brand new anniversary episode of the old first person shooter, Duke Nukem 3D at 17:24.
nickramer
2017-03-14T03:21:41Z
VoiceTalentBrendan
2017-03-24T02:24:47Z
an exerpt from my second video
filmed in the basement of my parents' house before I moved.
My voice impressions and cosplay of Hoppity and C. Baggly Beetle from Mr. Bug Goes to Town (1942)
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5c0nmbF9ee0 
nickramer
2017-03-29T03:23:02Z
In 1988, the aptly named candy, "M&M's", promotes Mickey's 60th anniversary:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Sc5GthYfO4A 
nickramer
2017-04-07T03:39:50Z
Last week, we lost Joe Harris, the creator of the Trix Rabbit and co-creator of Underdog. As a tribute, here's the first Trix ad with the "silly rabbit": https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GsAHXFyfayE 
OutOfOdor
2017-04-08T13:55:08Z
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PKYmcrmzxM4 
Does anyone know the original title of this film? I kind of like the design here, seems to me like it was influenced a bit by UPA.
"With all respect to the great mousetrap."- Popeye, "The Spinach Overture" (1935)
nickramer
2017-04-12T03:42:41Z
For those that are still hung-over from TCM’s NFBC shorts marathon, here are two 1991 UK ads for the snack food, Hula Hoops that feature the characters from “The Cat Came Back:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=02Ig8ftCQG0 
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wntQ7mSvMDw 
Kretes96
2017-04-14T17:27:21Z
"The Adventures of Pow Wow" episode "Duck Hunter" (in Polish!) in its 1992 remaster by Scan Am in which the show has been colorized (?) and was given new soundtrack and narration.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_Zzma71zCQw 
It's written in Mike Cross's (one of two credited composers of the 1992 remaster of "Pow Wow") CV ( http://michaelcrossmusic...oads/MichaelJCrossCV.pdf  ) that he rescored the show for HIT Entertainment (yes, that HIT Entertainment which is currently owned by Mattel) which distributed the show outside USA and Canada in years 1992-2006. In fact, HIT at one point had for instance international rights to three 90's Harvey Comics shows - "Casper and Friends", "Casper Classics" and "The Baby Huey Show": http://web.archive.org/w...inment.com/hit_ecat.html 
PopKorn Kat
2017-04-19T22:18:14Z
In the comments section of last Wednesday’s Cartoon Research article about Mintz studio animators, Craig Davison linked to a 1927 Bill Nolan Krazy Kat cartoon called “Stomach Trouble .”

Some animated films on the EYE Film Netherlands channel:
*Mutt and Jeff film from 1920 .
*An unknown Netherlands animation  (I think it’s a commercial for coffee?) from 1928.
*A 1963 stop-motion commercial for a product called Aurora .
*A circa-1962 stop-motion video for the liqueur Strega .

Does anyone have any more information on these?
Craig D
2017-04-20T14:41:16Z
So THIS is how choclate bars are made?

https://youtu.be/jaHPyiCnbXw