In his long career, Bell animated for prominent studios including Terrytoons, Hubley Studios, Perpetual Motion Pictures, and J.J. Sedelmaier Productions.
Crane’s epic career ran from Terrytoons in the 1950s to MTV in the 1990s and beyond, spanning series, commercials, and features.
In the 1960s, he directed a series of infamous Tom & Jerry shorts while living in Eastern Europe.
The outspoken animation legend speaks with Cartoon Brew about his new film “The Last Days of Coney Island” and other topics.
Ralph Bakshi pulled himself away from his drawing desk in New Mexico to chat with Cartoon Brew about his legacy, his latest project “The Last Days of Coney Island,” which he recently funded on Kickstarter, and what he really thinks about the computer’s role in animation these days.
Move over, Captain America and Spy Smasher. Here come Bugs Bunny, Andy Panda and Gandy Goose!
Live FREE internet broadcast with Jerry Beck, discussing the history of Terrytoons, right NOW, right HERE.
Animator Mark Kausler has uncovered a rare 1950s “Terrytoons” comic strip, Barker Bill, and has started posting them on his blog. Paul …
Calling all animation historians! Today on animator Mark Kausler’s essential It’s The Cat blog, Mark discusses his restoration of two …
Here’s one for the historians. Colleagues like Hans Perk have long celebrated and studied rare animators drafts (aka “dope sheets”) …