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Mesterius
2018-11-29T07:57:47Z
Originally Posted by: Zachary 

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.



Ohhh, great find! Nice to see this in motion after all these years. 🙂

The uploader's theory that it's a British television prints sounds logical. Perhaps the framegrab seen in Thad's MGM filmography  was sourced from a TV print, too.

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nickramer
2018-11-29T23:53:35Z
A test animation for "Ducktales" animated by Disney comic artist, Romano Scarpa: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iTVIKEhemfo 
Mesterius
2018-11-30T00:54:35Z
Originally Posted by: nickramer 

A test animation for "Ducktales" animated by Disney comic artist, Romano Scarpa: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iTVIKEhemfo 



I wish this great-looking test could surface in better quality. It's been out there for almost a decade, but never in higher resolution than 240p...
Zachary
2018-12-05T07:45:21Z
Another 9.5mm print of a Betty Boop cartoon with the original titles, She Wronged Him Right (1934):

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mcqK61ylI4U 
kazblox
2019-01-25T20:33:40Z
A silent French Pathe-Baby print of a Terry-Toon, 'Radio Girl'.... with a sequence cut from television of morning clothes rhythmically annoying a cat who is trying to take his time in the shed! Oh, and for some reason, plenty scenes are out of order!
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nickramer
2019-02-17T05:17:32Z
As a tribute to Walt Disney Archives founder Dave Smith, here's a Walt Disney Treasures bonus feature from the first Silly Symphonies set where he and Maltin discuss merchandise based on the shorts; mostly ones from a porkticular entry: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=G9yymn6XDjk 
Lee B
2019-05-13T03:35:00Z
Popeye Meets the Man Who Hated Laughter...a print with perhaps the best audio I've ever heard for this movie. Don't know where this guy got it, but it's a fairly recent upload. He even kept the original Cap'n Crunch commercials and some Schoolhouse Rock.

Is this a piece of cheap 70's schlock? Yup. But you get some nice bits of Jack Mercer Popeye stuff...including an Ed Sullivan imitation. (And is that Johnny Gent in the closing credits? I think it is!)


Are you going to pass up dialog like this?

Olive Oyl (in a two piece bathing suit) : How do I look, Popeye?

Popeye: I refuses to answer that question on the grounds that it might exterminate me!

Olive: The man in the store said this bathing suit made me look like Liz Taylor!

Popeye: Whose tailor?? (Olive throws purse at Popeye's head) Arf Arf Arf!



Mesterius
2019-05-13T15:47:26Z
Originally Posted by: Lee B 

Popeye Meets the Man Who Hated Laughter...a print with perhaps the best audio I've ever heard for this movie. Don't know where this guy got it, but it's a fairly recent upload. He even kept the original Cap'n Crunch commercials and some Schoolhouse Rock.

Is this a piece of cheap 70's schlock? Yup. But you get some nice bits of Jack Mercer Popeye stuff...including an Ed Sullivan imitation. (And is that Johnny Gent in the closing credits? I think it is!)

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Thanks for sharing! AMAZING quality difference from the previously available version . This is without a doubt one of the worst TV cartoons I have ever seen... but considering how many rarely-animated comic strip characters it includes, this King Features propaganda piece remains a guilty pleasure to me. 😛 Oh, and that opening song alone... WHAT EFFORT. Kids didn't have it easy back when they could only watch cartoons on Saturday Morning.
ToonStar95
2019-06-06T01:09:27Z
Original theatrical trailer for Mr. Bug Goes to Town:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SbOxYRMC2e4 
nickramer
2019-06-06T19:49:46Z
One of the famous animated Nutter Butter '70's ads which I believe was done by the Hubleys' Storyboard Inc. (please correct me if I'm wrong): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=85Flud2m9lg 
nickramer
2019-07-08T05:18:43Z
As a belated tribute to Arte Johnson ("Gotcha!"), here's an animation adaption of the obscure childrens book "Creole" by Stephen Cosgrove which features Arte along with Georgia Engel and Mickey Rooney. This short was by Bosustow Entertainment Productions in 1981 (which was the same year the founder of the company and co-founder of UPA, Stephen Bosustow, passed away after retiring in 1979):

https://www.youtube.com/...he&index=19&t=0s 
Lee B
2019-08-25T21:28:12Z
Here's a pretty rare one. The Flintstones - Energy: A National Issue (1977).

I was ten years old in late 1977 when this aired. It's pretty surreal...Fred and Wilma seem to be about the only people on earth, Charlton Heston is the narrator, Dean Elliott's music gives the soundtrack a Chuck Jonesy feel, and it's probably the only animaton of Fred and Wilma in modern day settings and clothes. This is original voice Alan Reed's final performance as Fred, and his eventual successor Henry Corden does the singing.

I've been trying to find this for decades, just to prove to myself that I actually DID see this as a kid. For the longest time, my random Google searches yielded nothing relevant.

Toontracker uploaded this a couple of months ago, and I just stumbled across it. A tiny piece of my sanity has been saved in the process.

I think you'll get a kick out of it...this and maybe the Anheuser Busch video are perhaps the two most unusual Flintstones videos out there.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=v1P_tzOQAx4 
wiley207
2019-09-19T03:53:59Z
Originally Posted by: nickramer 

As a belated tribute to Arte Johnson ("Gotcha!"), here's an animation adaption of the obscure childrens book "Creole" by Stephen Cosgrove which features Arte along with Georgia Engel and Mickey Rooney. This short was by Bosustow Entertainment Productions in 1981 (which was the same year the founder of the company and co-founder of UPA, Stephen Bosustow, passed away after retiring in 1979):

https://www.youtube.com/...he&index=19&t=0s 




Ahhhh yes, that was a good one. Bosustow Entertainment often got some great voice talent in their stuff.

Now there's no way YouTube would allow this, so I had to share it on Dailymotion, but it's an online video anyways. You may have noticed that the 1967 Daffy/Speedy short "Fiesta Fiasco" has been circulating in really bad shape for quite some time, being darkened, tinted and sped up (the latter because it was sourced from a PAL print). SO, I loaded the cartoon into Final Cut Pro X and attempted to digitally remaster it myself, with improved picture quality and the correct NTSC speed! (I didn't alter the sound in any way like I did with my "What's New, Looney Tunes" series, so you get to see how the cartoon most likely originally looked and sounded when released theatrically!)
https://www.dailymotion.com/video/x7jzzb3 
nickramer
2019-11-11T04:38:45Z
In honor of today being the 50th anniversary of "Sesame Street", here's a recent livestream the show's official YouTube channel did highlighting an hour's worth of their animated segments. Note that there are some audio and video glitches near and at the end of the stream. Also some clips are added sound effects versions from the '90's: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jwio5qGg8o4 
nickramer
2019-11-14T04:19:40Z
I finally found one of the Epcot educational film with Donald that was animated by Rick Reinart Productions (the same studio that did "Winnie the Pooh and a Day for Eeyore" and "Winnie the Pooh Discovers the Seasons"): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ip9yA9reFFY 
nickramer
2020-01-02T04:27:25Z
As a tribute to Jack Sheldon ( "I'm Just a Bill"), here as some of the over a dozen PSAs with him as Louie the Lightning Bug: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=h6aOS5ZIgkQ 
OutOfOdor
2020-01-28T20:46:34Z
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oRd0KOQ7Dpw 
Obscure and unsold early 60s pilot film from none other than Sam Singer. Warning: NG! (Although some of the backing music isn't too shabby)
"With all respect to the great mousetrap."- Popeye, "The Spinach Overture" (1935)
Kristjan
2020-01-29T16:45:21Z
Originally Posted by: nickramer 

I finally found one of the Epcot educational film with Donald that was animated by Rick Reinart Productions (the same studio that did "Winnie the Pooh and a Day for Eeyore" and "Winnie the Pooh Discovers the Seasons"): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ip9yA9reFFY 



I did ask that channel who uploaded Destination: Careers if they had the other three films:
Destination: Communications
Destination: Excellence
Destination: Science

They said no.

I don't believe for minute that these films are permanently lost considering that they are from the 1980s rather I think they are just deeply buried in Disney vault.
Mesterius
2020-01-29T21:26:17Z
Originally Posted by: Kristjan 

Originally Posted by: nickramer 

I finally found one of the Epcot educational film with Donald that was animated by Rick Reinart Productions (the same studio that did "Winnie the Pooh and a Day for Eeyore" and "Winnie the Pooh Discovers the Seasons"): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ip9yA9reFFY 



I did ask that channel who uploaded Destination: Careers if they had the other three films:
Destination: Communications
Destination: Excellence
Destination: Science

They said no.

I don't believe for minute that these films are permanently lost considering that they are from the 1980s rather I think they are just deeply buried in Disney vault.



Is anybody really claiming that these films are "lost" as in "not existing anymore"? There's a huge difference between "lost" and "unavailable".
OutOfOdor
2020-02-26T20:37:45Z
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UCGgoMhyfM0 
Oddball ice safety PSA with Wile E. Coyote and Shamu. Apparently c. 1981 but I'm surprised none of Rich Harrison's sounds are used here. It's odd Jones would be using the stock music used here IMO, which some of you might recognize from The New Three Stooges or UPA's made-for-TV Mr. Magoo cartoons. Those are originally from Gordon Zahler's stock library.
"With all respect to the great mousetrap."- Popeye, "The Spinach Overture" (1935)