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nickramer
2015-04-21T14:29:47Z
Here's ad that I was looking for a long time; A promotional ad for Crush soda starring Sylvester and Tweety:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qGUtKilwvWc 
ParamountCartoons
2015-04-21T15:03:00Z
Originally Posted by: nickramer 

Here's ad that I was looking for a long time; A promotional ad for Crush soda starring Sylvester and Tweety:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qGUtKilwvWc 



Here's a live-action ad campaign I was looking for a long time as well.....



https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nSMFU4My1D0 
nickramer
2015-04-22T15:11:17Z
Originally Posted by: ParamountCartoons 

Originally Posted by: nickramer 

Here's ad that I was looking for a long time; A promotional ad for Crush soda starring Sylvester and Tweety:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qGUtKilwvWc 



Here's a live-action ad campaign I was looking for a long time as well.....



https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nSMFU4My1D0 



Aren't we only allowed to post animated related Youtube links on this thread?

Toadette
2015-05-01T22:55:45Z
Back to the subject of early Japanese cartoons, Milton Knight's channel  has quite a few Japanese cartoons as well. Here's one that's also by Noburo Ofuji:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=E9Dww-jnwVw 

And looking at Knight's playlist "Animated Cartoons" (consisting of stuff not uploaded by him), one of the things I thought upon looking at it was, "How did the Blue Racer end up in there?" (He's more of a guilty pleasure than anything an artist like Knight should be influenced by...in any event, seeing him grouped alongside Terrytoons, episodes of Batfink, "The Ragtime Bear", various foreign films (including a North Korean propaganda film!), and various Looney Tunes clips is bizarre.)
nickramer
2015-05-02T04:06:50Z
Here's a partial clip of a 1979 PSA for the Boy Scouts starring Charlie Brown: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oH1TUGyPxNY 
Toadette
2015-05-13T02:19:15Z
Another film uploaded by our friend dbear; there's some amazing camera work and animation here! Directed by Hans Fischerkoesen, who was also responsible for "The Snowman" (1944).
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=P_Rb3WF3SIQ 
Toadette
2015-05-15T15:31:20Z
"The Pumpkin of Nyefar", one of the NobleTales. This was written by Maurice Noble and Tod Polson and narrated by June Foray:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=H5rK2y1TkcQ 
Regarding the heavy Thai involvement in this cartoon, let it be noted that Thailand held a special place in Noble's heart .
ParamountCartoons
2015-05-15T21:57:26Z
In memory of B.B. King's recemt passing, here's him covering "Joe Cool" from 70s Peanuts specials. This one's more upbeat than the Guarldi original


http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pJkU_KHhcOA 
VoiceTalentBrendan
2015-07-09T03:33:58Z
Aquarela do Brasil with Donald Duck not the whole short but this video has the usual Donald Duck intro and has a title card and also at the end of the video is what I think (If I'm not mistaken) the orginal end card for saludos aimgos!



https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2IzPNjgBAcY 
Toadette
2015-07-09T04:41:03Z
Judging from the RKO logo at the very beginning, this must have come from 1954, at the very earliest. (A 35mm IB Tech of "The Simple Things" (1953) with original titles that went on eBay some time ago had the RKO credit on the "Mickey Mouse" title card, as was typical for shorts made before then; the separate RKO logo was a reflection of how Disney had been crediting RKO on the features for years, as well as its self-made Buena Vista Distribution around the same time.)

The credits are interesting in hinting at the short's feature-length origins, with separate credits for character and effects animation. Was Bill Tytla ever credited over the burlap titles?
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2015-07-09T08:59:15Z
Pretty sure this version of Aquarela do Brazil must be the 1955 reissue. Yes, it's interesting that there is a separate RKO card at the very beginning, but no mention of RKO on the burlap "A Walt Disney Donald Duck" card. However, this isn't surprising since this short was among the very last RKO reissues. I believe that from 1956 onwards, all reissues would be from Buena Vista.

For the earlier 1954 season, all the reissues were shorts from the compilations features. All these shorts were released by RKO except for Willie the Operatic Whale which I think must have been the very first BV reissue.
LuckyToon
2015-07-09T11:59:26Z
Pretty cool to see the original ending title of Saludos Amigos on the stand alone version of Aquarela do Brasil. It's too bad the current copy of Saludos Amigos is only the reissue from I believe the 60's.
VoiceTalentBrendan
2015-07-19T10:49:41Z
Hi I found one of Michael Sporn's favorite animated features on YouTube The first Danish animated feature The Tinderbox (1946)

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Nb-gmL_XrgM 

here are some articles: http://www.michaelsporna...er+box&submit=Search 
nickramer
2015-07-21T03:36:47Z
Here's a (very low-quality) clip from the 1991 Academy Awards where Woody Woodpecker introduce the award for "Best Animated Short":

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AQimgDS48uQ 

I seem to recall Jerry saying in a podcast interview that after this was shown, there were some complaints after one viewer recorded this show and discovered that one of the things listed in Woody's long list said something about worshiping the devil.
VoiceTalentBrendan
2015-07-25T21:27:01Z
The Disney Channel's Disney Family Album: Milt Kahl
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PV9PlBZ5TUM 
nickramer
2015-07-27T04:30:25Z
Since Warner Archives is releasing this, here's supposedly the main song from the obscure animated film, "Hugo the Hippo":

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QhgBke6TSLQ 
VoiceTalentBrendan
2015-07-29T23:45:46Z
Rare documentary about Disney from Thames television 1978
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-2XEjVXMnhY 

and this behind the scenes promotional piece for the upcoming Silly Symphony Collection
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3giN7LzMA3c 
PopKorn Kat
2015-08-01T16:26:12Z
The complete version of Feather Pushers (1926). Well, it has no opening or ending titles and it’s at a higher frame rate than the version on Ray Pointer's Krazy Kat Kartoon Klassics DVD (since silent movies are made to be played at most any framerate, it doesn’t make much difference anyhow), but this copy restores approx. a minute and a half of missing footage at the beginning and a scene between the “criminal as a tiger” scene and Krazy landing on an Indian reservation. It also seems to be sourced from the same source that Nelson Hughes’ “The Frolics That Finished” print was from, since in the middle there’s a “Last week, Krazy…” recap like the one in the “Frolics” copy.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xXLg5kkKjCQ 

Krazy Kat and Ignatz Mouse in “A Duet, He Made Me Love Him.” There’s Spanish narration over the video, but what little text I was able to make out was in English.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mp3_tyQSJBA 

Not YouTube, but here’s THE EGG CRACKER SUITE with original titles in English! The one on YouTube has TV titles and Portuguese dubbing.
(http://www.dailymotion.com/video/x18hcks_theeggcrackersuite_shortfilms)
LuckyToon
2015-08-02T01:32:02Z
Originally Posted by: VoiceTalentBrendan 

Rare documentary about Disney from Thames television 1978
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-2XEjVXMnhY 



That pencil test sequence from The Rescuers where Orville passes by The Statue of Liberty is something not seen in the final cut of the movie.