May 23, 2022 Subject:
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February 9, 2021 Subject:
Too little too late.
It's no secret to anybody that Pat Sullivan was an extremely stingy guy. As such, it was no surprise that he was hesitant to adapt over to sound with the rest of the film industry. Despite being the top dog of animation for almost the entirety of the 1920s with animation that was sub-par compared to everyone else at the time, the sound era at the end of the 1920s would lead him losing his popularity almost overnight. In 1930 (2 years after Steamboat Willie, 1 year after the first Looney Tune) he gave in. With sluggish, crude animation that would've only been passable in the 1910s, unfunny gags, an ear-grating soundtrack, downright disturbing characters that move like molasses and never blink(that are meant to be cute and fun). I can't emphasize this enough. The pacing in here is abysmal. And it's not like syncing up music to semi-decent animation with funny gags was a hard thing to do back then. Everybody in Hollywood was not only doing it years before, but far better, too. This was what ultimately killed any chance Pat Sullivan would've had to compete against the likes of Disney, the Fleischers, or Warner Brothers.