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Inside UPA Update

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It’s been a while since I’ve posted an update on my latest book Inside UPA but there’s a couple important reasons to write about it now. Firstly, of the fifty signed editions of the book, there are only six copies left. In other words, if you want a copy signed by the legendary likes of Millard Kaufman, Fred Crippen, Willis Pyle, Bob Dranko, Bob McIntosh, Erv Kaplan, Gene Deitch, Sam Clayberger, Dolores Cannata, Howard Beckerman, Joe Siracusa, David Weidman, Joe Messerli, Edna Jacobs, and Alan Zaslove, then now would be a good time to pick one up.

The other reason for mentioning the book is that Tee Bosustow, son of UPA co-founder Stephen Bosustow, will have the books available for sale this Saturday, May 17, at the Animation BookLook in LA. Only 1000 copies of this book were printed and I’d love to see them go into the hands of people who appreciate the accomplishments and legacy of the studio. Every sale also helps raise funds to help Tee continue his UPA research and film documentary efforts. If you want to enjoy a one-of-a-kind photographic tribute to animation’s greatest design-oriented studio, pick up a copy of Inside UPA from Tee this weekend or order one from the UPA website.

  • Chris Sobieniak

    Thanks Amid. I just ordered a copy just so I wouldn’t lose it.

  • Tee

    Thanks, Chris, your book will go out this afternoon, so now we’re down to 5 more signed versions left, but there are still plenty of unsigned versions.

  • Chris Sobieniak

    Thanks Tee! If I really needed to splurge, I would’ve bought that Gerald McBoing-Boing telegram, which would’ve been a nice present to my late mother who loved that cartoon as a child. I never saw that cartoon though until I was in my high school years despite the VHS tapes having came out in the 80’s, though I had seen Mister Magoo none the less, another fav of hers, though I especially enjoy the one-shots too despite what some might say.