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    Sony Pictures Animation Scrappy

    Will Sony Pictures Animation ever do anything with Scrappy? Their cartoony style would be a perfect fit for Scrappy.
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    Which Mickey Mouse Shorts were Colorized?

    I'd like to know which Mickey Mouse shorts were Colorized, and how they were Colorized, because I've seen a few Colorized shorts and they don't look ANYTHING like the weird, choppy, and ugly Looney Tunes Colorized shorts I've watched...
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    I'm Starting A Blog!

    I'm starting a blog dedicated to Screen Gems Cartoons. Here are some promos.
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    Columbia Cartoons on Rede Globo - Thou Shall Not Lie

    What does this image have to say for itself? So Apparently, Rede Globo was either airing Totally Tooned In, or better yet, the ACTUAL Columbia Cartoons (With none of the "Columbia Favorite" or "TTI Fake Titles" Nonsense). I'm unable to pinpoint the exact date this was taken, but I'm guessing...
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    Sweet & Sour - Color Rhapsody Lost to Time

    Guess What? Mother Goose in Swingtime was not the final Color Rhapsody of the 1930's, but in fact, it was Sweet And Sour (A.K.A. Kitchen Chaos). I did some digging and found it had a release date of December 31, 1939 and was directed by Sid Marcus. I don't have a screenshot of the short, but I...
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    Sweet & Sour - Color Rhapsody Lost to Time

    Guess What? Mother Goose in Swingtime was not the final Color Rhapsody of the 1930's, but in fact, it was Sweet And Sour (A.K.A. Kitchen Chaos). I did some digging and found it had a release date of December 31, 1939 and was directed by Sid Marcus. I don't have a screenshot of the short, but I...
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    Scrappy Colorized by ME (Part 1)

    You know, I got inspired by looking at those Italian Bosko colorings to do my own, this time to my favorite inkwell character (If we don't count the disney characters) Scrappy. Be on the lookout not only for colorized sketches of Scrappy, but FULL ADS!
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    Bosko... In Italy?!

    Besides occasional P.D. use, Bosko is a forgotten toon. We haven't seen Warner Brothers use him since the early-mid 2000's, and even then, in very little use... at least in America that is... An unknown source lead me to find these two images that have lead me to two conclusions! 1. An Actual...
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    Possible Color Print of Goofy Goat Found?

    Goofy Goat was one of the first Color cartoons, along with Flip The Frog's Fiddlesticks and The King of Jazz's Cartoon Segment. Alas, the Color print of the cartoon has been long gone, with the only way to watch the short being in B&W from a Official Films print of said short. The cartoon is...
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    Screen Gems in the Public Domain

    Does anybody know which Screen Gems cartoons are in the Public Domain? In case you're wondering, before becoming the low-budget movie arm of Sony Pictures, or even becoming a television company in the 1950's and 60's, Screen Gems was the animation studio of Columbia Pictures which had grown out...

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