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Jan 25, 2022 Takara, Toei, Omni Productions
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"The leadership is passed back from Rodimus Prime to Optimus Prime and both Cybertron and Earth are at peace. Suddenly in the year 2011, the space bridge reactivates and Galvatron, along with his new set of Decepticon warriors, Skullcruncher, Mindwipe and Weirdwolf, launch a new campaign of terror. The Dinobots and the Technobots head out to stop the Decpticons, while on Earth, Optimus Prime receives word of the Decepticon attack. Sixshot leads his brigade against the Autobots and Ultra...
Topics: transformers, transformers headmasters, omni dub, omni productions, omni, dub, dubbed
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"With Galvatron finally destroyed in the Antarctic, Scorponok took over as Decepticon emperor, pledging to avenge Galvatron's death. Scorponok sends Sixshot to destroy the Autobots' earth base, while Spike heads back to Earth for a summit meeting regarding the Ring of Fire from the north of Alaska to the South Pole." Original Japanese airdate - February 5, 1988 Omni dub airdate - January 10, 1993 Since the original Japanese versions of Headmasters and Victory recently got the 1080p AI...
Topics: transformers, transformers headmasters, omni dub, omni productions, dub, dubbed
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Jan 22, 2022 Takara, Toei, Omni Productions
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"Sixshot continues to organize the Decepticon troops on Earth, sending out Bruticus, Menasor, Abominus, and the Horrorcons to assault the planet. Meanwhile, at Fortress Maximus, the Autobots study the Decepticon activity throughout the world, and Fortress orders the cassettes to figure out what's going on. The Autobots mobilize their forces, sending out Computron and Defensor. Punch continues his spying for the Autobots, seeing Galvatron's plans to make Earth his new body. Galvatron has...
Topics: transformers, transformers headmasters, omni dub, omni productions, omni, dub, dubbed
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Nov 4, 2021 Buena Vista Television, Disney Channel
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By far one of the more odd television specials released in Disney's lifetime, Too Smart for Strangers with Winnie the Pooh is a 1985 TV special in which Pooh and friends talk about the dangers of strangers and how to prevent situations such as strangers coming uninvited to someone's house. The special used the same costumes and actors as the television show Welcome to Pooh Corner, which aired on the Disney Channel from the block's creation in 1983 to 1984. The special would be released on VHS...
Topics: winnie the pooh, pooh, pooh corner, welcome to pooh corner, too smart for strangers, disney...
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Nov 1, 2021 WTVJ
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Pooh for President was a local TV special produced in 1968 by local TV station WTVJ, which was made to coincide with Disney's events at Disneyland to make Winnie the Pooh an unofficial candidate for president of the United States. WTVJ was able to obtain the rights to use Pooh's likeness from Disney (but not Pooh's voice), and a similar costume to the Pooh costume used at Disneyland during that time appears in the special, complete with an "Uncle Sam" hat made for special occasions...
Topics: winnie the pooh, pooh, pooh for president, wtvj, public access, local tv, kiddie show, disney,...
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Jul 29, 2021 Warner Bros., Kit Parker Films
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A version of the public domain Looney Tunes short "Notes to You" (1941) found on several public domain VHS tapes, this one has the incorrect opening music and titles, as well as the incorrect closing titles, both of which are taken from different shorts from different eras. Like all other public domain releases of this short, this version uses the redrawn and colorized version of the short rather than the original black and white version.
Topics: porky pig, looney tunes, warner bros, kit parker films, public domain, public domain cartoons
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Jul 29, 2021 Warner Bros., Kit Parker Films
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A version of the public domain Looney Tunes short "The Timid Toraedor" (1940) found on several public domain VHS tapes, this one has the incorrect opening music and titles, as well as the incorrect closing titles, both of which are taken from different shorts from different eras. Like all other public domain releases of this short, this version uses the redrawn and colorized version of the short rather than the original black and white version.
Topics: porky pig, looney tunes, warner bros, kit parker films, public domain, public domain cartoons
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Jul 23, 2021 Chuck Jones
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Timber Wolf (also known as Thomas Timberwolf ) is a series of Flash animated shorts made by Chuck Jones of Looney Tunes fame and released by Warner Bros. Online in 2001. The series lasted for 13 shorts. It follows the exploits of one Thomas T. Wolf, who is trying to go one day without a tree falling on his head. It also chronicles his interactions with other woodland creatures, particularly his nemesis, Earl Squirrel. Thomas was voiced by Joe Alaskey, while Earl was voiced by Nancy Cartwright....
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Topics: chuck jones, thomas timberwolf, flash animation, web cartoons, webtoons, internet animation
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Jul 23, 2021 Warner Bros.
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From 2001 to 2005, new web produced Looney Tunes cartoons animated with Adobe Flash were made for the Looney Tunes website to viewed for free, some of which contained interactive segments. A batch of the webtoons were released on VHS and DVD with two home video releases: "Looney Tunes: Stranger Than Fiction" (which contained science fiction themed shorts) and "Looney Tunes: Reality Check" (which contained shorts that parodied then-famous reality TV shows), although the...
Topics: looney tunes, bugs bunny, daffy duck, porky pig, elmer fudd, tweety, sylvester, taz, road runner,...
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Jul 23, 2021 Movies.com, The Muppets Studio, Hirsch Productions
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Statler and Waldorf: From the Balcony was a multi-award-winning webshow starring the Muppet characters Statler and Waldorf which ran biweekly on Movies.com from June 2005 until September 2006. The series produced 34 episodes and featured many Muppet characters — both well-known classics and newly created characters. The two elderly curmudgeons would discuss upcoming films, watch the latest movie trailers and share the week's "balconism" from their theater box. Many of the webisodes...
Topics: muppets, statler and waldorf, statler, waldorf, from the balcony, web series, movies.com
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Jul 23, 2021 Best Brains, Inc.
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In 2007, several web cartoons produced for the Mystery Science Theater 3000 website were created alongside the website with intents to make the cartoons a weekly series. However, only four episodes were produced (the first one debuted on November 5th of that year, while the last one debuted on November 26th of the year), largely due to the overwhelmingly negative reception given by fans of the original MST3K show due to the poor animation, odd format, and ill-fitting voices for the characters...
Topics: mystery science theater 3000, mst3k, web cartoons, webtoons
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Jul 9, 2021 Radio & Television Packagers, Entercolor Technologies Corp.
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In the early 1970's, a company named Radio & Television Packagers commissioned Fred Ladd and his colorization company Color Systems Inc. (later named Entercolor Technologies Corp.) to colorize various cartoon shorts that had just fallen into the public domain at the time, mostly silent era cartoons. Among the batch of shorts selected were several silent era Mutt and Jeff cartoons made by Charles Bowers and Raoul Barre. The original music score of these shorts was replaced with an entirely...
Topics: mutt and jeff, colorized, redrawn, redrawn colorized, fred ladd, radio and television packagers
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Jul 9, 2021 Radio & Television Packagers, Entercolor Technologies Corp.
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In the early 1970's, a company named Radio & Television Packagers commissioned Fred Ladd and his colorization company Color Systems Inc. (later named Entercolor Technologies Corp.) to colorize various cartoon shorts that had just fallen into the public domain at the time, mostly silent era cartoons. Among the batch of shorts selected were several silent era Felix the Cat cartoons directed by Pat Sullivan. The original music score of these shorts was replaced with an entirely new soundtrack...
Topics: felix the cat, pat sullivan, looney tunes, merrie melodies, bosko, colorized, redrawn, redrawn and...
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Jul 9, 2021 Radio & Television Packagers, Entercolor Technologies Corp.
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In the early 1970's, a company named Radio & Television Packagers commissioned Fred Ladd and his colorization company Color Systems Inc. (later named Entercolor Technologies Corp.) to colorize various cartoon shorts that had just fallen into the public domain at the time, mostly silent era cartoons such as Felix the Cat and Mutt and Jeff. Among the batch of shorts selected were several of the earliest black and white Looney Tunes and Merrie Melodies shorts directed by Hugh Harman and Rudolf...
Topics: looney tunes, merrie melodies, bosko, colorized, redrawn, redrawn and colorized, redrawn colorized,...
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Jul 7, 2021 Columbia Pictures, Fred Ladd Productions, Entercolor Technologies Corp.
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In 1968, 18  Krazy Kat  cartoon shorts produced by Columbia Pictures from 1929 to 1940 were selected to be colorized for television, with the job being handled by Fred Ladd's colorization company Color Systems Inc. (later known as Entercolor Technologies Corp.), which used a technique of redrawing every other frame of the short, and then colorizing those frames, resulting in a loss of animation quality in comparison to the black and white originals. The  Krazy Kat  shorts were some of the...
Topics: krazy kat, columbia pictures, colorized, redrawn and colorized, redrawn colorized, redrawn
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Jul 7, 2021 Dingo Pictures
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This is a collection of all known Dingo Pictures films that were dubbed into English, and released under low budget DVDs often including a Dingo film and public domain cartoons, as well as under video games for the PlayStation, PlayStation 2, and even the Nintendo DS and the Nintendo Wii. The games were simply the films with extra minigames (ex: puzzles and coloring) to try to justify their status as minigames. The English dubs for Dingo's movies were made by two companies: World Wide Voices...
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Topics: dingo pictures, wabuu, mockbuster, so bad its good, cartoons
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Jun 22, 2021 Warner Bros., Kit Parker Films
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A version of the public domain Looney Tunes short "Ali Baba Bound" (1940) found on several public domain VHS tapes, this one has the incorrect opening music and titles, as well as the incorrect closing titles, both of which are taken from different shorts from different eras. Like all other public domain releases of this short, this version uses the redrawn and colorized version of the short rather than the original black and white version.
Topics: porky pig, looney tunes, warner bros, kit parker films, public domain, public domain cartoons
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Jun 15, 2021 Warner Bros., Turner Enterprises, CST Entertainment Inc.
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The only known surviving clips of the computer colorized version of "Scrap Happy Daffy" (1943), which was one of three computer colorized shorts that did not air on television, in this case, due to the World War II themes and depictions of Adolf Hitler of the short. These clips were found through documentary featurettes on the series of Looney Tunes Golden Collection series of DVD releases, specifically a featurette on WWII propaganda shorts named "Looney Tunes Go to War!"...
Topics: daffy duck, looney tunes, ww2, world war 2, colorized, computer colorized
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May 3, 2021 MGM, Turner Enterprises, Fred Ladd Productions, Entercolor Technologies Corp.
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In 1987, Turner Enterprises commissioned MGM's series of The Captain and The Kids cartoon shorts produced in 1938 and 1939  to be colorized for television, utilizing the same colorization process as many other black and white cartoon shorts: the shorts had every other frame retraced and then colorized, losing the shorts' original animation quality. This colorization was done by Fred Ladd and his colorization company Entercolor Technologies Corp., which had colorized many black and white...
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Topics: the captain and the kids, mgm, redrawn and colorized, cartoon, colorized, redrawn, redrawn colorized
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May 3, 2021 Columbia Pictures, Screen Gems, Fred Ladd Productions, Entercolor Technologies Corp.
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In 1984, the series of Li'l Abner theatrical cartoon shorts produced by Columbia Pictures and Screen Gems were selected to be colorized by Fred Ladd's colorization company Entercolor Technologies Corp., where the cartoons would be colored through the "redrawn and colorized" process. Strangely enough, the Li'l Abner cartoons were already produced in color, while the majority of the other series of cartoon shorts selected for colorization were originally produced in black and white....
Topics: li'l abner, columbia, screen gems, redrawn and colorized, colorized, redrawn colorized
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May 2, 2021 Amvest Video
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This was an installment in the "Grampa Presents" series of VHS tapes put out by Amvest video throughout the 1980's and 1990's, in which Al Lewis, playing Grandpa Munster (named "Grampa" in the tapes to avoid legal troubles with Universal, who owned the copyright to the Munsters), hosted public domain horror and science fiction movies, mostly B-movies. This tape has Grampa hosting the 1962 horror film  Carnival of Souls , which featured ghouls haunting the main characters of...
Topics: al lewis, grandpa munster, grampa, grampa presents, amvest video, amvest, carnival of souls, horror...
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Apr 29, 2021 Disney
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In 1991, Disney colorized 53 black and white Mickey Mouse cartoon shorts, as well as two Silly Symphonies cartoon shorts, through the digital colorization process, so that the shorts could air on the Disney Channel during Saturday mornings. Some of the computer colorized shorts would air on the Disney Channel anthology series The Ink And Paint Club (1997-1998), albeit in a grayscaled tone to emulate the original black and white shorts, as these copies were easier to find in the Disney archives...
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Topics: mickey mouse, walt disney, disney, minnie mouse, pluto, pete, donald duck, goofy, silly symphonies,...
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Apr 29, 2021 Columbia Pictures, Fred Ladd Productions, Entercolor Technologies Corp.
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In 1968, 18  Krazy Kat cartoon shorts produced by Columbia Pictures from 1929 to 1940 were selected to be colorized for television, with the job being handled by Fred Ladd's colorization company Color Systems Inc. (later known as Entercolor Technologies Corp.), which used a technique of redrawing every other frame of the short, and then colorizing those frames, resulting in a loss of animation quality in comparison to the black and white originals. The Krazy Kat shorts were some of the...
Topics: krazy kat, columbia pictures, colorized, redrawn colorized, redrawn and colorized, redrawn
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Apr 29, 2021 Walter Lantz Studios, Universal Pictures, Fred Ladd Productions, Entercolor Technologies Corp.
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In 1984, the Walter Lantz-produced Oswald the Lucky Rabbit  cartoon short "The Toy Shoppe" (1934) was selected for colorization by Fred Ladd's company Entercolor Technologies Corp., utilizing the same "redrawn and colorized" technique the company used to colorize various classic black and white cartoon shorts from the late 1960's up through the late 1990's, notably Warner Bros.' black and white Looney Tunes  cartoons.  This colorization was done as a test shown to...
Topics: oswald the lucky rabbit, oswald, walter lantz, universal, colorized, redrawn colorized, redrawn and...
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Apr 28, 2021 Starling Films
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One of several public domain cartoon DVDs put out by a Texas-based company named Starling Films, who were infamous for implementing a variety of edits into the cartoons presented, from titles being renamed to the addition of digital effects in some scenes and a few instances of censorship. All shorts edited by Starling throughout these releases can be found here: https://archive.org/details/starling-films-public-domain-cartoons-edits Unlike subsequent Starling cartoon DVDs, the titles of the...
Topics: starling, starling films, looney tunes, merrie melodies, warner bros, famous studios, terry toons,...
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Apr 28, 2021 Starling Films
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One of several public domain cartoon DVDs put out by a Texas-based company named Starling Films, who were infamous for implementing a variety of edits into the cartoons presented, from titles being renamed to the addition of digital effects in some scenes and a few instances of censorship. All shorts edited by Starling throughout these releases can be found here: https://archive.org/details/starling-films-public-domain-cartoons-edits Shorts included: "The Wabbit Who Came to Supper"...
Topics: starling, starling films, looney tunes, merrie melodies, warner bros, famous studios, fleischer...
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Apr 28, 2021 MGM, Turner Enterprises, Fred Ladd Productions, Entercolor Technologies Corp.
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In 1987, Turner Enterprises commissioned Fred Ladd's South Korean colorization company Entercolor Technologies Corp. to colorize MGM's series of The Captain and The Kids cartoon shorts, which were originally released between 1938 and 1939 and was based off of "The Katzenjammer Kids" comic strip. This short, named "The Captain's Pup" (1938), is the only one of these colorized versions of the shorts that has been found online, with the currently found version utilizing a...
Topics: captain and the kids, mgm, colorized, redrawn and colorized, redrawn colorized, cartoon, cartoons,...
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Apr 28, 2021 Columbia Pictures, Fred Ladd Productions, Entercolor Technologies Corp.
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In 1984, the silent Barney Google cartoon short "Spark Plug" (1936) was redrawn and colorized by Fred Ladd's South Korean colorization company Entercolor Technologies Corp. This short holds the distinction for being the only Barney Google cartoon to undergo the process, as it was a test short to see if any more in the series would be colorized. Like the redrawn and colorized shorts done for Radio and Television Packagers, the short had its original soundtrack replaced and redubbed...
Topics: barney google, columbia pictures, redrawn and colorized, colorized, redrawn colorized, cartoon,...
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Apr 28, 2021 Television Classics
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A low budget public domain DVD containing nine episodes of The New 3 Stooges TV series (1965-1966), which featured cartoon segments animated by Cambria Productions (known for their Synchro-Vox shows such as Clutch Cargo ) and live action segments featuring the Three Stooges themselves. Moe Howard and Larry Fine returned for both segments of the show, with Joe DeRita (credited as "Curly Joe DeRita") taking over for the late Curly Howard. In the cartoon segments, the Three Stooges...
Topics: three stooges, 3 stooges, new 3 stooges, new three stooges, the three stooges, the new three...
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Apr 27, 2021 Amvest Video
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A public domain tape containing vintage movie trailers hosted by Al Lewis and Grandpa Munster, named "Grampa" to avoid legal troubles with Universal (who owns the copyright to The Munsters). All the trailers on the tape are of classic science fiction and giant monster movies such as  Godzilla, King of the Monsters  (1956) and  Alien  (1979). The trailers were included alongside new segments of "Grampa" introducing the trailers (and their respective films to an extent)...
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Topics: al lewis, grandpa munster, grampa, amvest video, amvest, godzilla, mothra, king ghidorah, ghidorah,...
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Apr 27, 2021 Amvest Video
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A public domain tape containing vintage movie trailers hosted by Al Lewis and Grandpa Munster, named "Grampa" to avoid legal troubles with Universal (who owns the copyright to The Munsters). All the trailers on the tape are of classic horror movies such as Frankenstein (1931) and The Wolf Man  (1941). The trailers were included alongside new segments of "Grampa" introducing the trailers (and their respective films to an extent) from locations such as a mad scientist styled...
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Topics: al lewis. grandpa munster, grampa, amvest video, amvest, frankenstein, dracula, wolf man, mummy,...
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Apr 27, 2021 Amvest Video
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A public domain cartoon tape hosted by Al Lewis and Grandpa Munster, named "Grampa" to avoid legal troubles with Universal (who owns the copyright to The Munsters). This tape is a follow-up to "Grampa's Silly Scaries" (1988), a similarly themed PD cartoon tape released a year earlier. All the cartoons featured on the tape are Halloween or horror-themed, usually involving a monster or mad scientist of some sort. The shorts were included alongside new segments of...
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Topics: al lewis, grandpa munster, grampa, amvest video, amvest, popeye, betty boop, caper, casper the...
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Apr 27, 2021 Amvest Video
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A public domain cartoon tape hosted by Al Lewis and Grandpa Munster, named "Grampa" to avoid legal troubles with Universal (who owns the copyright to The Munsters). All the cartoons featured on the tape are Halloween or horror-themed, usually involving a monster or mad scientist of some sort. The shorts were included alongside new segments of "Grampa" introducing the cartoons from locations such as a mad scientist styled laboratory and a poorly drawn beach background. This...
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Topics: al lewis, grandpa munster, grampa, amvest video, amvest, casper, casper the friendly ghost, popeye,...
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Apr 26, 2021 Family Value Collection
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This is a public domain cartoon compilation DVD released in 2004 by a company named "Family Value Collection", primarily highlighting Superman, who has three cartoons (all made by Fleischer Studios) on the DVD. Other cartoons featured include a few episodes of the Filmation cartoon show Fraidy Cat (1975), an episode of The New 3 Stooges TV show (1965) alongside the original live action segments that aired with it, and the Warner Bros. animation classic "The Dover Boys"...
Topics: superman, fleischer studios, fraidy cat, filmation, popeye, famous studios, three stooges, the new...
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Apr 26, 2021 Paramount Pictures
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This archive contains clips of lost shorts from the Speaking of Animals series of short films which was created by animation legend Tex Avery and lasted from 1941 to 1949. The shorts combined live action footage of animals with animated rotoscoped mouth movements to make it look like that the animals were talking to the audience, utilizing puns, slapstick jokes, and sight gags throughout each short. While 50 shorts were produced in total, only 34 of these shorts have been found in their...
Topics: tex avery, paramount, speaking of animals, short film, animation, live action, historical
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Apr 26, 2021 Paramount Pictures
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Speaking of Animals was a series of short films from 1941 to 1949 which combined live action footage of animals with animated rotoscoped mouth movements to make it look like that the animals were talking to the audience, utilizing puns, slapstick jokes, and sight gags throughout each short. The idea for the shorts was conceived by legendary animation director Tex Avery (best known for his work at Warner Bros. and MGM), who initially pitched the idea to Leon Schlesinger, who was the producer of...
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Topics: tex avery, paramount, speaking of animals, short film, animation, live action, historical
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Apr 13, 2021 Ken Mundie
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"The Door" (1968), an independent animated short directed by Ken Mundie (best known for his art and animation work on Fat Albert and the Cosby Kids ), is considered by many animation historians to be one of the rarest cartoon shorts distributed by Warner Bros., and by far one of the most unique ones. The short was not released under the Looney Tunes or Merrie Melodies series of shorts that Warner Bros. was known for, instead being released as a special Warner Bros.-Seven Arts...
Topics: ken mundie, the door, warner bros, seven arts, rare animation, rare cartoons
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Apr 13, 2021 Warner Bros.
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Adventures of the Road Runner (1962) is an animated featurette film directed by Chuck Jones and starring Wile E. Coyote and the Road Runner. It was originally intended to be the pilot for a Road Runner television series, but ultimately never got picked up, instead being released in its entirety alongside Warner Bros.' live action film Lad: A Dog (1962) in theaters.  Wile E. Coyote spoke in this featurette, much like he did with shorts where he was paired against Bugs Bunny, retaining the same...
Topics: looney tunes, road runner, wile e coyote, chuck jones, ralph phillips, tv pilot, unaired pilot
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Apr 12, 2021 Best Brains, Inc.
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For the seventh episode of the first season of Mystery Science Theater 3000 (1989-1999), the show featured and riffed a B-movie classic: Robot Monster (1953). The film had achieved a legendary status as "one of the worst films ever made", with many citing that it had an enjoyable, so bad it's good quality to it, especially with aspects such as the title monster's design and the special effects, most of which are stock footage taken from other films and newsreel footage. Aside from the...
Topics: mystery science theater 3000, mst3k, robot monster, radar men from the moon
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Apr 12, 2021 Three Dimensional Pictures, Inc.
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Regarded by many as one of the worst films ever made, Robot Monster (1953) is a science fiction film in which a monster named Ro-Man (who looks like a gorilla with a diver's helmet) tries to destroy the last remaining humans on the planet Earth. The movie, directed by Phil Tucker, was shot in four days in Bronson Canyon, although some scenes were filmed in a house near Los Angeles. Many of the film's special effects are stock footage taken from other films, including One Million B.C. (1940),...
Topics: robot monster, b-movie, b movie, science fiction, public domain, so bad it's good, ro-man, cheesy
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Apr 12, 2021 Steve Peck
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"Rabbit Habit" (1975) is an independent animated short film produced and directed by Steve Peck, featuring Bugs Bunny, Daffy Duck, Elmer Fudd, and Yosemite Sam. The short depicts the characters twelve years after the original Looney Tunes shorts ended productions, with Elmer Fudd as a drug dealer and Bugs Bunny smoking a joint, among other things.  According to Steve Peck, it was shown at film festivals, where it got a lot of laughs and some recognition from two Looney Tunes...
Topics: looney tunes, bugs bunny, daffy duck, elmer fudd, yosemite sam, steve peck
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Apr 8, 2021 P Productions, Quality Sound Studios
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In 1978, the Japanese tokusatsu television show Spectreman (1971-1972) was dubbed into English for American television channels, where it would air from 1978 to 1980. The English dubbing for the series was co-written by character actor Mel Welles (best known for his performance in the 1960 film Little Shop of Horrors ), who also supplied voices for several characters, including Karas and Overlord. Spectreman's voice in the dub was provided by Corey Burton, who would later go on to voice many...
Topics: spectreman, tokusatsu, english dub, dub
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Apr 8, 2021 Spectacular International Films, Cinema Shares International Television LTD.
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Space Warriors 2000 was a 1985 film using footage from various films from the Ultraman series, notably Ultraman Zoffy: Ultra Warriors VS. The Giant Monster Army   (1984), Ultraman Story (1984), and a Thailand-release reedit of Hanuman VS. 7 Ultraman (1974) named  Hanuman VS. 11 Ultraman . The film was created by Sompote Sands, who worked with a foreign distributor named Dick Randall to produce and release the film onto American television. However, the film was produced without the...
Topics: ultraman, space warriors 2000, english dub, dub, unofficial
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Apr 8, 2021 Tsuburaya Productions, Turner Program Services, Cinar
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In 1985, Turner Program Services was given a 15-year contract by Tsuburaya Productions to broadcast Ultraseven (also known as ULTRA-7), a Japanese tokusatsu show in the Ultraman series which originally aired in Japan from 1967 to 1968. Tusburaya also provided Turner with a previous English dub of the series produced by Tsuburaya in the 1970's for Hawaiian television, but Turner found that dub to be lacking in quality. So, Turner commissioned Canadian production company Cinar to make a new dub...
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Topics: ultraman, ultraseven, ultra 7, ultra seven, english dub, dub, cinar, turner, tnt, monstervision
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Apr 6, 2021 Cartoon Network, Adult Swim
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In 1993, Andy Merrill made a test pilot for Space Ghost Coast to Coast (1994-2004), originally featuring footage from Space Ghost cartoons combined with archived footage of Denzel Washington from previous interviews, edited to make it look like Space Ghost was interviewing Denzel Washington. Here, Andy Merrill provided Space Ghost's voice, and a clip from the film Malcolm X (1993), which starred Denzel Washington was also included. This is the edited version of the pilot that was officially...
Topics: space ghost, sgc2c, space ghost coast to coast
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Apr 5, 2021 Cartoon Network, Adult Swim, Ghost Planet Industries
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"Dinner With Steven" was a scrapped episode of Space Ghost Coast to Coast (1994-2004) which featured Space Ghost interviewing Steven Wright at a restaurant. The episode was fully recorded, but never fully animated or released, but Steven Wright's interview footage would be used for a different Coast to Coast episode for the subsequent season of the show: "Snatch". "Dinner With Steven" would be released onto DVD as a bonus feature in "The 1998 Episodes"...
Topics: space ghost, sgc2c, space ghost coast to coast, steven wright
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Apr 4, 2021
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"The Magic of Oz" is a relatively unknown cartoon short from 1963 centering around the characters from "The Wonderful Wizard of Oz", with the plot about how the Cowardly Lion (named "Leo" in the short) met Dorothy, the Scarecrow, and the Tin Man. While some of the short's production staff, such as the producer, director, and songwriter are credited, the distributor and production company of the short are both unknown, with the ending simply labeling the short as...
Topics: magic of oz, wizard of oz, oz, cartoon, worst cartoons ever, public domain
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Apr 4, 2021 Cartoon Network, Ghost Planet Industries
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For the VHS home video release of The Mask (1994), a special episode of Space Ghost Coast to Coast (1994-2004) was included as a bonus feature at the end of the film, with Space Ghost interviewing Jim Carrey (the film's starring actor) and Charles Russell (the film's director). The majority of this special episode (with the exception of the first few seconds and the closing credits segment) would later be included onto the main series itself, as a part of the clip show episode "Le Livre...
Topics: space ghost, sgc2c, space ghost coast to coast, cartoon network, the mask, jim carrey
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Apr 4, 2021 Cartoon Network, Ghost Planet Industries
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To help promote Turner Home Entertainment's VHS releases of Jonny Quest , a special Space Ghost Coast to Coast interview was made for that purpose, with Space Ghost interviewing Jonny Quest and showing clips from the cartoons that would be featured on the tapes it was promoting, and commercials advertising these tapes.
Topics: space ghost, sgc2c, space ghost coast to coast, jonny quest
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Apr 3, 2021 Simitar Entertainment
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Around the time where Disney's series of "Sing Along Songs" videos were at their most popular, several companies tried to cash in on the success of those videos. One of these companies was Simitar Entertainment, a video distributor best known for distributing films starring Bob Hope and films in the Godzilla series, as many cartoons and animated films. During the early 1990's, Simitar released a series of sing along videos featuring public domain cartoons including Bugs Bunny and...
Topics: simitar, sing along, public domain, cartoons, bugs bunny, daffy duck, porky pig, popeye, little lulu
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Apr 3, 2021 Night Flight
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Long before the success of the Power Rangers franchise, there was a previous attempt at bringing Toei's series of "Super Sentai" shows to western audiences. This attempt was an English dub of Kagaku Sentai Dynaman (1983-1984, also simply known as Dynaman ), the seventh entry in the Super Sentai series of shows, and originally aired on the USA Network's Night Flight block in 1987, eventually airing on Nickelodeon's Special Delivery block several years later. Only six episodes were...
Topics: dynaman, super sentai, sentai, kagaku sentai dynaman, night flight, dub, english dub, parody dub,...
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Apr 2, 2021 Cartoon Network, Ghost Planet Industries
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Cartoon Planet was a spinoff show of Space Ghost Coast to Coast (1994-2004), originally airing on Cartoon Network and TBS from 1995 to 1998. It featured Space Ghost as the host, accompanied by Zorak and Brak, who would perform ad-libbed skits and original songs, read fan mail, and introduce some of the cartoons that were featured during its run, including old Looney Tunes and Tom and Jerry theatrical shorts and Hanna-Barbera shows (including the original 1960's  Space Ghost cartoon).  Several...
Topics: space ghost, cartoon planet, sgc2c, cartoon network
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Apr 2, 2021 Cartoon Network, Adult Swim, GameTap
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From 2006 to 2008, new episodes of Space Ghost Coast to Coast (1994-2004) were produced for Turner's online GameTap service, which primarily hosted video games. For these episodes, Space Ghost primarily interviewed game developers and other notable figures in the industry (such as then-world record holder Billy Mitchell).  The show's original voice cast, George Lowe (Space Ghost) and C. Martin Croker (Zorak and Moltar) returned to work on these episodes, but none of the rest of the original...
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Apr 2, 2021 Cartoon Network, Adult Swim, GameTap
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To promote Turner's online GameTap service, several Space Ghost Coast to Coast interviews were conducted as part of E3 2006, with Space Ghost interviewing key figures of the gaming industry at the time, including Todd Howard (developer of Fallout and The Elder Scrolls), Peter Molyneaux (developer of Fable), and Peter Moore (who oversaw Microsoft's gaming division at the time).  These interviews would be hosted on the GameTap service alongside many video games and several new episodes of Space...
Topics: space ghost, sgc2c, space ghost coast to coast, gametap, e3, e3 2006, todd howard, peter moore,...
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Apr 2, 2021 Warner Bros., Turner Enterprises, CST Entertainment Inc.
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From 1990 to 1995, 104 black and white Looney Tunes shorts were digitally colorized so the shorts could air on kids' TV channels, notably Nickelodeon (whom the computer colorizations was primarily made for) and Cartoon Network. To do this job, Warner Bros. and Turner Enterprises commissioned CST Enterprises, a company which also colorized various black and white films and television specials, with its clients ranging from MGM to the BBC. 78 of these shorts were previously colorized by having...
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Mar 27, 2021 Disney, Radio & Television Packagers, Fred Ladd Productions
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In 1973, the Mickey Mouse short "Mickey's Follies" (1929) was selected among various public domain shorts (mostly silent-era cartoons and 1930's Looney Tunes shorts) to be redrawn and colorized by Fred Ladd's Color Systems Inc. for Radio & Television Packagers. This version replaced the short's original audio with the audio of the Van Beueren Rainbow Parade short "Spinning Mice" (1935) along with some extra stock sound effects added in. This colorized version most likely...
Topics: mickey mouse, disney, radio and television packagers, fred ladd, redrawn, colorized, redrawn...
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Mar 27, 2021 Radio & Television Packagers, Fred Ladd Productions
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A long-lost 1973 compilation film of redrawn and colorized Mutt & Jeff cartoons produced by Radio & Television Packagers, which was found by YouTube user FamulatorAlt on January 9th, 2021. Not much is known about this film aside from that its last known screening was in 1990, and the shorts it includes, all of which are the Mutt & Jeff shorts colorized for Radio & Television Packagers. The list of the shorts featured are as follows: Accidents Won't Happen (1925) The Invisible...
Topics: mutt and jeff, colorized, redrawn, redrawn colorized, fred ladd, radio and television packagers
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Mar 26, 2021 Warner Bros., Seven Arts, Fred Ladd Productions, Entercolor Technologies Corp.
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In 1955, the black and white Looney Tunes shorts were bought out by Sunset Productions from Warner Bros., which in turn would be bough out by Guild Films. These two companies would be bought out by Seven Arts in 1967, bringing the black and white shorts back under Warner Bros.' ownership. At this time, 78 of the black and white Looney Tunes shorts (mostly those starring Porky Pig and Daffy Duck) were commissioned to Fred Ladd (notable for bringing classic anime shows such as Astro Boy to the...
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Topics: looney tunes, porky pig, daffy duck, colorized, redrawn, redrawn colorized, redrawn and colorized
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Mar 24, 2021 Warner Bros., Turner Enterprises, Fred Ladd Productions, Entercolor Technologies Corp.
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In 1995, Turner Enterprises commissioned several of the black and white Harman-Ising era Merrie Melodies shorts to be colorized. Unlike the black and white Looney Tunes, which were going through the computer colorized treatment at the same time, these shorts were colorized through the process of retracing every other frame and coloring them in. The process was done by Fred Ladd and Entercolor Technologies Corp. (Color Systems Inc.) in South Korea, which had previously done the same process with...
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Topics: merrie melodies, looney tunes, redrawn, colorized, redrawn colorized, redrawn and colorized
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Mar 8, 2021 Takara, Toei Animation, Omni Productions
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The Omni Productions English dub of Transformers: The Headmasters (1987-1988) would not see an official home video release until 2001, where the first episode of the dub would be included as a bonus feature with a UK DVD release of The Transformers: The Movie (1986).  In 2002, a UK-exclusive DVD named "Transformers: Takara" was released, and included the first six episodes of the Headmasters dub in their entirety. These versions used the Sunbow-modified opening and closing credits...
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Topics: transformers, transformers headmasters, omni dub, omni productions, english dub, takara
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Mar 1, 2021 Cartoon Network, Adult Swim
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On April Fool's Day of 2011, Adult Swim aired a marathon of the legendarily bad cult classic film The Room (2003) starring and directed by Tommy Wiseau. Several bumpers were featured during that marathon with Wiseau interacting with the Space Ghost crew in new segments, discussing various topics including thought on the film itself. All content belongs to Cartoon Network and Adult Swim, these bumpers are here for archival purposes only.
Topics: space ghost, sgc2c, space ghost coast to coast, tommy wiseau, the room, adult swim, cartoon...
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Mar 1, 2021 Cartoon Network, Adult Swim
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This was a special interview of Space Ghost Coast to Coast done in 2009 to promote the film Avatar (2009). Here, Space Ghost interviews one of the film's stars Zoe Saldana and asks questions about the film and its director James Cameron's future projects (Space Ghost calls him "Jim Cameron, director of Titanic).
Topics: space ghost, space ghost coast to coast, sgc2c, adult swim, cartoon network, bumper, promo, avatar,...
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Feb 24, 2021 Cartoon Network, Toonami, Animation Collective
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Wulin Warriors: Legend of the Seven Stars (better known as Wulin Warriors ) is the English dub of Taiwanese puppet action show Pili (1985-present), specifically the 25th season of the series named Pili Heroes: Battle of Kings , which originally aired in Taiwan in 2001 and was created by Animation Collective, the production company known for shows such as Kappa Mikey (2006-2008) and Speed Racer: The Next Generation (2008-2013). Wulin Warriors originally aired on Cartoon Network's Toonami block...
Topics: wulin warriors, pili, cartoon network, toonami, english dub, dub
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Feb 21, 2021 Cartoon Network, Ghost Planet Industires
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In early 1996, there was a planetarium tour that Cartoon Network and Turner produced. The event included the  Space Ghost Coast to Coast  episodes "$20.01", "Transcript" and "Explode", along with music videos and old 1960s  Space Ghost  episodes. The event was hosted by Space Ghost, Zorak and Moltar. Thurston Moore made an appearance, from footage of Moore that would later be seen in the episode "Sharrock". This special was found by Captain B.Z. and...
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Feb 14, 2021 Payless Entertainment
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This was a public domain cartoon DVD released by Australian DVD company Payless Entertainment, which was released as a part of their "Cartoon Megastars" line of DVDs. This release contains almost all of the Daffy Duck shorts that are in the public domain, alongside two other public domain Looney Tunes (one of which with Porky Pig) and two shorts from other studios. All of the Looney Tunes shorts have their intros and outros edited out presumably to avoid copyright troubles from Warner...
Topics: daffy duck, dvd, public domain, porky pig, looney tunes
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Feb 9, 2021 Amvest Video
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This was the second volume in a series of (technically) public domain VHS tapes showing vintage Disney movie trailers, as well as several other oddities like a vintage Walt Disney World commercial and a couple public domain Disney shorts. It was distributed by Amvest Video, the company behind the infamous series of "Kid Pics" public domain cartoon videos, and both the intro and outro segments from those videos are also intact here. Contents: Pinocchio (1940) - film trailer Walt Disney...
Topics: dazzling, disney, amvest video, 1989, vhs, dazzling disney
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Jan 26, 2021 Nickelodeon
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A bumper from "SpongeBob's Nicktoon Summer Splash" where SpongeBob and Squidward swap voices to interesting results. This bumper was uploaded to YouTube by user 90sGiveMeGoosebumps, who also uploaded many other bumpers from "SpongeBob's Nicktoon Summer Splash", a Nickelodeon programming block hosted by SpongeBob SquarePants
Topics: spongebob, nicktoon, summer splash, nickelodeon, squidward
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Dec 4, 2020 Warner Bros., Seven Arts, Fred Ladd Productions, Entercolor Technologies Corp.
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This is the redrawn colorized version of Porky Pig's Feat (1943), done in 1967 alongside a batch of colorizations of black and white Looney Tunes shorts done with a similar process. This colorization method was done by sending the main masters of the shorts to a South Korean animation studio, where every other frame would be redrawn based on the original drawings and colorized, at the cost of losing the original animation's quality. The redrawn and colorized versions of the shorts, including...
Topics: Looney Tunes, Porky Pig, Daffy Duck, Bugs Bunny, redrawn, colorized, redrawn colorized, warner...
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Dec 3, 2020 Warner Bros.
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This is the computer colorized version of Porky Pig's Feat (1943), done in 1990 alongside a batch of colorizations of black and white Looney Tunes shorts using computer colorization software. This colorized version of the short aired frequently on Cartoon Network during the 1990's and 2000's, replacing the redrawn and colorized version of the short done in 1967 (although some networks still use the redrawn version).  This particular colorized version is known for being the only computer...
Topics: Looney Tunes, Porky Pig, Daffy Duck, Bugs Bunny, colorized, computer colorized
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This is a fan-subtitled version of the Transformers OVA Scramble City: Mobilization (1986), which wouldn't see releases in the west until the late 2000's. This fansubbed version contains several characteristics of similar fan subtitling of foreign media at the time, such as several instances of misplaced curse words ("bastard" is used frequently), misspellings (for example, "Autobots" is misspelled as "Autobot's" a few times), and several grammatically incorrect...
Topics: Transformers, Scramble City, English subtitled, fansubs
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Nov 12, 2020 Takara, Toei, Omni Productions
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Transformers Victory is the last of the Japanese exclusive trilogy, most fans considering it the best of the three due to its high action, exciting stories, and wonderful animation. This show is also the introduction to characters such as Star Saber and Deathsuarus, which some would recognize for being in Transformers Earth Wars alongside Liokaizer. The Omni Productions dub is actually the second one rather than last, with Super God Masterforce being the first one dubbed oddly enough. Its...
Topics: transformers, transformers victory, victory, english dub, omni dub, omni productions, clip shows
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Aug 31, 2020 Starling Films, Warner Bros., Famous Studios, Fleischer Studios, Walter Lantz, Terry Toons
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From 2004 to 2005, several public domain cartoons (primarily Looney Tunes and Popeye shorts) were distributed by a company named Starling Films, which was based in Dallas, Texas. The company released these cartoons in DVDs with titles such as "Timeless Cartoons" and "Classic Cartoons", with a few highlighting a specific character (such as a DVD named "Bugs Bunny: That Wacky Wabbit!") Unlike many distributors of public domain cartoons, Starling Films edited these...
Topics: starling films, looney tunes, popeye, bugs bunny, daffy duck, porky pig, woody woodpecker, tweety,...