krazydvd.jpgCartoon historian Ray Pointer, through his Inkwell Images label, has just issued George Herriman’s Kinomatic KRAZY KAT Kartoon Klassics, an important dvd documentary and rare cartoon compilation covering the early animated cartoon career of this beloved comic strip character. The documentary traces Herriman’s career and controversies — and the rare cartoons contained here date back to 1916 from the Hearst Studio, the early 20s from the Bray studio and late 20s from the Winkler group.Includes: Krazy Kat Goes A-Wooing (1916), The Bugologist (1916), Krazy Kat-Invalid (1916), Krazy Kat And Ignatz Mouse In A Tail That Is Knot (1916), The Great Cheese Robbery (1920), The Best Mouse Loses (1920), The Awful Spook (1920), Bokays And Brickbats (1925) and more, including an exclusive interview with Gene Deitch discussing his work on the 1960s Krazy Kat television series. A great package – well done! Order from Inkwell Images.