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Animated Antics

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Animated Antics was an animated cartoon series produced by the Fleischer Studios from 1940 through 1941, and distributed through Paramount Pictures.[1]

Each cartoon ran less than 7 minutes, all in black & white (reports that Copy Cat was in Technicolor are erroneous, confirmed by the B&W Original Camera Negative on deposit at the UCLA Film & Television Archive). Five cartoons in the series were spinoffs from Fleischer Studios' 1939 feature film Gulliver's Travels, starring the villains Sneak, Snoop, and Snitch and the carrier pigeon Twinkletoes from the movie, all voiced by Jack Mercer. The studio produced 11 cartoons in this series.

Filmography

# Title Original release date Reissue release date Direction Animation Story Producer Voices Characters Music Notes
1 The Dandy Lion September 20, 1940 [2] N/A Dave Fleischer Shamus Culhane
Al Eugster 
Dan Gordon Max Fleischer Jack Mercer Indian, Lion Sammy Timberg
(uncredited)
The first Animated Antics cartoon.
2 Sneak, Snoop, and Snitch October 25, 1940 [3] December 1946 [4] Willard Bowsky
Gordon Sheehan
Cal Howard Sneak, Snoop, Snitch, King Little A spinoff of Gulliver's Travels
3 Mommy Loves Puppy November 29, 1940 [5] N/A Willard Bowsky
James Davis
William Turner
4 Bring Himself Back Alive December 20, 1940 [6] Tom Johnson
Graham Place
Cal Howard
5 Pop and Mom in Wild Oysters February 14, 1941 [7] Charles R. Bowers Harold Muller Charles R. Bowers Pop and Mom Jack Austin A stop motion film produced by the Charles Bowers Studios
6 Twinkletoes Gets the Bird March 14, 1941 [8] Dave Fleischer Dave Tendlar
Thomas Golden
William Turner Max Fleischer Jack Mercer Twinkletoes Sammy Timberg
(uncredited)
A spinoff of Gulliver's Travels
7 Speaking of Animals Down on the Farm April 18, 1941 [9] Tex Avery
Lou Lilly
Jerry Fairbanks Mel Blanc A live-action film produced by Jerry Fairbanks
8 Triple Trouble May 9, 1941 [10] Dave Fleischer Shamus Culhane
Nick Tafuri
George Hill Max Fleischer Jack Mercer Sneak, Snoop, Snitch Sammy Timberg
(uncredited)
A spinoff of Gulliver's Travels
9 Zero the Hound May 30, 1941 [11] Tom Johnson
Frank Endres
Carl Meyer Zero, Hunter
10 Twinkletoes: Where He Goes - Nobody Knows June 27, 1941 [12] December 1946 [13] Dave Tendlar
Stephen Muffati
Cal Howard Twinkletoes, King Bombo A spinoff of Gulliver's Travels
11 Copy Cat July 18, 1941 [14] March 1947 [15] Myron Waldman
William Henning
Bob Wickersham Cats
12 The Wizard of Arts August 8, 1941 [16] N/A Tom Johnson
Jack Ozark
Jack Ward Sculptor Bob Hope and Harpo Marx are caricatured.
Jack Ozark's only on-screen credit.
13 Twinkletoes in Hat Stuff August 29, 1941 [17] Myron Waldman
Sam Stimson
Carl Meyer Twinkletoes A spinoff of Gulliver's Travels
The last Animated Antics cartoon.



References

  1. ^ Lenburg, Jeff (1999). The Encyclopedia of Animated Cartoons. Checkmark Books. p. 51. ISBN 0-8160-3831-7. Retrieved 6 June 2020. CS1 maint: discouraged parameter (link)
  2. ^ The Exhibitor (August 1941) name=https://archive.org/details/exhibitorjunnov126jaye/page/n801/mode/2up?q=animated+antics
  3. ^ The Exhibitor (August 1941) name=https://archive.org/details/exhibitorjunnov126jaye/page/n801/mode/2up?q=animated+antics
  4. ^ Motion Picture Herald (December 1946) name=https://archive.org/stream/motionpictureher165unse#page/n561/mode/2up
  5. ^ The Exhibitor (August 1941) name=https://archive.org/details/exhibitorjunnov126jaye/page/n801/mode/2up?q=animated+antics
  6. ^ The Exhibitor (August 1941) name=https://archive.org/details/exhibitorjunnov126jaye/page/n801/mode/2up?q=animated+antics
  7. ^ The Exhibitor (August 1941) name=https://archive.org/details/exhibitorjunnov126jaye/page/n801/mode/2up?q=animated+antics
  8. ^ The Exhibitor (August 1941) name=https://archive.org/details/exhibitorjunnov126jaye/page/n801/mode/2up?q=animated+antics
  9. ^ The Exhibitor (August 1941) name=https://archive.org/details/exhibitorjunnov126jaye/page/n801/mode/2up?q=animated+antics
  10. ^ The Exhibitor (August 1941) name=https://archive.org/details/exhibitorjunnov126jaye/page/n801/mode/2up?q=animated+antics
  11. ^ The Exhibitor (August 1941) name=https://archive.org/details/exhibitorjunnov126jaye/page/n801/mode/2up?q=animated+antics
  12. ^ The Exhibitor (August 1941) name=https://archive.org/details/exhibitorjunnov126jaye/page/n801/mode/2up?q=animated+antics
  13. ^ Motion Picture Herald (December 1946) name=https://archive.org/details/motionpictureher165unse/page/n779/mode/2up
  14. ^ The Exhibitor (August 1941) name=https://archive.org/details/exhibitorjunnov126jaye/page/n801/mode/2up?q=animated+antics
  15. ^ Motion Picture Herald (March 1947) name="https://archive.org/stream/motionpictureher1661unse#page/n345/mode/2up
  16. ^ The Exhibitor (August 1941) name=https://archive.org/details/exhibitorjunnov126jaye/page/n801/mode/2up?q=animated+antics
  17. ^ The Exhibitor (August 1941) name=https://archive.org/details/exhibitorjunnov126jaye/page/n801/mode/2up?q=animated+antics


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