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nickramer
2017-04-22T04:38:12Z
Here's a large collection of ads done by Pixar, most of which done before the release of "Toy Story":

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jMC-Zw6jzcg 
LuckyToon
2017-04-23T15:48:14Z
I mostly remember the commercials Pixar did in the late 90's and early 2000's. Especially the McDonalds and Chips Ahoy commercials.
nickramer
2017-04-24T21:54:46Z
Peanut's Pigpen gets a rare spotlight in a 1994 commercial for Regina:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rFGmsYS20Wc 
PopKorn Kat
2017-05-04T22:57:32Z
A series of Italian commercials advertising De Rica food products featuring Sylvester, Tweety and Granny. One commercial was linked to in this Cartoon Research article , but it has since been deleted. The animation, despite being off-model, does manage to be energetic. I don’t believe anyone from Termite Terrace worked on this. Does anyone have any other information on these commercials, like when/where they were produced, who worked on them, etc.?
https://www.youtube.com/...pPoheIDgfdsyFAznjaOzN2x6 
orangemo
2017-05-08T04:35:07Z
Originally Posted by: PopKorn Kat 

A series of Italian commercials advertising De Rica food products featuring Sylvester, Tweety and Granny. One commercial was linked to in this Cartoon Research article , but it has since been deleted. The animation, despite being off-model, does manage to be energetic. I don’t believe anyone from Termite Terrace worked on this. Does anyone have any other information on these commercials, like when/where they were produced, who worked on them, etc.?
https://www.youtube.com/...pPoheIDgfdsyFAznjaOzN2x6 



I think the food companies ask them to edit or make them and they pay. Idk who is "them," it could be possibly the people of the food company that were hired to make commercials.. Contact me on Wikia if you have any feedback to give me. I will try to use this site more often.

Btw, do you have ToonZone, Krazy Rabbit/PopKorn Kat



ParamountCartoons
2017-05-08T14:21:30Z
Originally Posted by: orangemo 

Originally Posted by: PopKorn Kat 

A series of Italian commercials advertising De Rica food products featuring Sylvester, Tweety and Granny. One commercial was linked to in this Cartoon Research article , but it has since been deleted. The animation, despite being off-model, does manage to be energetic. I don’t believe anyone from Termite Terrace worked on this. Does anyone have any other information on these commercials, like when/where they were produced, who worked on them, etc.?
https://www.youtube.com/...pPoheIDgfdsyFAznjaOzN2x6 



I think the food companies ask them to edit or make them and they pay. Idk who is "them," it could be possibly the people of the food company that were hired to make commercials.. Contact me on Wikia if you have any feedback to give me. I will try to use this site more often.

Btw, do you have ToonZone, Krazy Rabbit/PopKorn Kat





There's things called "ad agencies" and "animation studios"
nickramer
2017-05-08T15:41:04Z
Originally Posted by: PopKorn Kat 

A series of Italian commercials advertising De Rica food products featuring Sylvester, Tweety and Granny. One commercial was linked to in this Cartoon Research article , but it has since been deleted. The animation, despite being off-model, does manage to be energetic. I don’t believe anyone from Termite Terrace worked on this. Does anyone have any other information on these commercials, like when/where they were produced, who worked on them, etc.?
https://www.youtube.com/...pPoheIDgfdsyFAznjaOzN2x6 



They weren't the only American animated characters that were in Italian commercials: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OwEH67r9Flo 

Who knew Huck has a family?



PopKorn Kat
2017-05-08T19:32:53Z
Originally Posted by: PopKorn Kat 

A series of Italian commercials advertising De Rica food products featuring Sylvester, Tweety and Granny. One commercial was linked to in this Cartoon Research article , but it has since been deleted. The animation, despite being off-model, does manage to be energetic. I don’t believe anyone from Termite Terrace worked on this. Does anyone have any other information on these commercials, like when/where they were produced, who worked on them, etc.?
https://www.youtube.com/...pPoheIDgfdsyFAznjaOzN2x6 



Looks like the answer was right under my nose. John Paul Cassidy says in the comments for the CR article featuring the now-deleted commercial that it was animated by Pagot Studios, the producers of Calimero (the black baby chick with an eggshell on his head)!

Also, De Rica's official website  states that the commercials aired in 1967 on the Italian advertising show Carosello, which Calimero made his debut on in 1963! [tweety] [sylvestr]

EDIT 05/11/2017: Here's a recording of "Felix the Cat" by Lud Glusken et son:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dRcYR_QRQls 

And here's another one by the Australian band The Jazz Artists:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wS0fnJ7X6sE 
SuperMuppet64
2017-05-12T00:46:23Z
I was gonna post a thread about those commercials, but I just found out people posted about them in this thread. Listen closely to the sound effects in them, they are the exact same sounds by Tod Dockstader used in Gene Deitch's Tom and Jerry cartoons! At first I thought Deitch had a hand in these ads, though I'm very sure that isn't the case.

Outside of Sylvester and Tweety and Huck, The Flintstones, Jetsons, and even Alvin and the Chipmunks got their own spots, and they might also be by Pagot Studios.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FjzfOaNHBUI 
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pSvWtpgxC1k 
nickramer
2017-05-18T04:23:58Z
Craig D
2017-05-22T20:39:24Z
Another silent cartoon cuirio from the Dutch eye youtube channel. "The Conquered Wizard"

https://youtu.be/1TThrOxWeIU 

nickramer
2017-05-27T19:06:30Z
A 1992 Toyota ad with Daffy, Elmer, and Foghorn Leghorn:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kw6v9Lpl4Wo 

I believe the late Greg Burson is voicing the characters here.
DGM
2017-05-29T22:42:36Z
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=j1K3v26f394 

Credits from an alternate episode of "Top Cat" with the commercial intact. Can anybody say which episode that is?
PopKorn Kat
2017-07-02T20:11:04Z
Two late-1930s Columbia Krazy Kat cartoons...in gaudy, jerky, redrawn color? (I remember seeing a cel from one of these redrawns once on eBay.) Barry I. Grauman says that these were done in 1968, and colorized by Fred Ladd's Color Systems in South Korea (the same company that colorized a ton of black-and-white Porky Pig cartoons around the same time).
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KbkGhQ2DL50 
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QdZfJXaEeDM 
That channel is filled with all sorts of film oddities; check them out when you get the chance.

The full version of Comicalamities (1928) and the opening of "Felix in the Bone Age" (1922).
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=COVjxyKRwIs 
nickramer
2017-07-06T02:06:23Z
Here's a set of retail promos for MGM/UA's Cartoon Moviestars VHS series: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mv76f2s1IqU 
LuckyToon
2017-07-06T11:25:55Z
Originally Posted by: nickramer 

Here's a set of retail promos for MGM/UA's Cartoon Moviestars VHS series: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mv76f2s1IqU 



I totally remember the first promo at the beginning, since I've seen it on the VHS of Bugs Bunny Superstar which I rented once as a kid once at the former Hollywood Video.
nickramer
2017-07-15T04:23:47Z
Since Clyde Geronimi has finally just been posthumously named a Disney Legend, here’s a storyline from what is supposed to be his non-Disney work (now part of their companies cooperate synergy assists). This is one of the Marvel TV cartoons where they cheaply animate a comic story drawn by Jack Kirby (also, just name a Disney Legend): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lZ8KFQbO-Jw 

And yes, according to Jerry (who was at the D23 ceremony), they did showed a clip from one of the cartoons during Cldye’s presentation.
PopKorn Kat
2017-07-21T00:47:51Z
"Krazy Kat and Ignatz Mouse Discuss the Letter 'G'" , an IFS Krazy Kat cartoon. Note how lanky and catlike Krazy is, even moreso than in the comics produced around the same time!

A few mystery animated films from that "SILENT MAN" channel I linked to in my last post. Anyone know their origins?

An "Out of the Inkwell" cartoon called "False Alarm." 

Joe Noble's "Sammy and Sausage" characters in "Whatrotolis" or "Was It A Dream?"  More info about Noble and his career can be found at the blog "The Lost Continent,"  dealing with animation from the United Kingdom.
VoiceTalentBrendan
2017-07-21T06:11:19Z
the first mystery cartoon is the Russian animated feature Приключе́ния Бурати́но (The Adventures of Buratino)

http://animation-appreci...n-education-приключе-ния 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bbcmqDBbzMw 
nickramer
2017-07-22T00:56:17Z
The second cartoon is Zagreb Film's "Veliki Strah" or "The Great Fear" (1958): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=f_y151LxL50 


I read about this short thirteen years ago on BCDB when I was looking up stuff about Zagreb and remember the page mentioning that English narration was added when it aired on television in the U.S. Strangest thing is that I never seen this short until now!