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…and you thought the early Disney character costumes were
ugly? Popeye, Olive Oyl and Wimpy arrive for a performance of …
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Any Baby Boomers out there recall those odd foreign cartoons
that ran on TV in the 1950s and 60s, packaged under the Capt’n …
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Here it comes! The first official release of the classic Max
Fleischer cartoons on DVD, from Warner Home Video (who own …
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Walter Tetley is a name you may not know, but you’ve definitely
heard his voice. He’s best known for his role as Sherman …

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It’s easy to knock Gumby… He’s been mocked by Saturday
Night Live, trivialized in junk merchandise, and mostly ignored …
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Cool McCool was not a great cartoon show. In fact, it was
downright poor. Created by Bob Kane (of Batman and Courageous …
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Looney Tunes fans rejoice! Jon Cooke and Matthew Hunter have
joined forces to start a new blog to collect and showcase Warner …
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A few years ago, Ray Pointer (aka Inkwell Images) put together a
superb DVD collection of seven Alice Comedies, Disney’s …

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Here. Practice your inking skills with this 1934 Popeye Inking
Chart direct, via a time warp, from the Fleischer Studios. And …