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Gabby (film series)

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Gabby
Directed byDave Fleischer
Produced byMax Fleischer
Story byJoseph E. Stultz
Dan Gordon
Bob Wickersham
Pinto Colvig
Jack Ward
Carl Meyer
StarringPinto Colvig
Jack Mercer
Music bySammy Timberg
Animation by
Production
company
Distributed byParamount Pictures
Release date
October 18, 1940 — August 15, 1941
Running time
6–7 minutes
CountryUnited States
LanguageEnglish

Gabby was a Max Fleischer animated cartoon series distributed through Paramount Pictures. Gabby debuted as the town crier in the 1939 animated feature Gulliver’s Travels produced by Fleischer. Shortly afterward Paramount and Fleischer gave Gabby his own Technicolor spinoff cartoon series, eight entries of which were produced between 1940 and 1941.[1] Gabby was voiced by Pinto Colvig, the voice of Walt Disney's Goofy, and Grumpy and Sleepy from Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs.

Jack Mercer (the voice of Popeye and King Little, Sneak, Snoop, Snitch, and Twinkle Toes in Gulliver’s Travels) was regularly cast alongside Colvig, as either a king, mayor, snitch, fish, castle worker, fire fighter, or sometimes even as Gabby's humming.

The Gabby cartoons were sold to U.M. & M. TV Corporation in 1955, which later became part of National Telefilm Associates, which became Republic Pictures, and was then sold to Paramount's current parent ViacomCBS in 1999. Today, the Gabby cartoons are in the public domain. For official releases, the cartoons are currently syndicated on television by Trifecta Entertainment & Media (inherited from CBS Television Distribution and other companies), original distributor Paramount owns the theatrical rights, and Olive Films owns the DVD rights. However, most Gabby cartoons can be found in faded public domain television prints, usually featuring National Telefilm Associates openings.

Filmography

# Title Date Direction Production Animation Story Voices Music
1 King for a Day October 18, 1940 Dave Fleischer Max Fleischer Willard Bowsky
James Davis
Joseph E. Stultz Pinto Colvig
Jack Mercer
Sammy Timberg
2 The Constable November 15, 1940 Bill Nolan
George Germanetti
Dan Gordon
3 All's Well January 17, 1941 David Tendlar
William Nolan
Bob Wickersham
4 Two for the Zoo February 21, 1941 James Culhane
Alfred Eugster
Pinto Colvig
5 Swing Cleaning April 11, 1941 Willard Bowsky
Arnold Gillespie
Bob Wickersham
6 Fire Cheese June 20, 1941 Steve Muffati
Joe Oriolo
Jack Ward
7 Gabby Goes Fishing July 18, 1941 Orestes Calpini
Otto Feuer
Carl Meyer
8 It's a Hap-Hap-Happy Day August 15, 1941 Orestes Calpini
Irving Spector
Bob Wickersham

References

  1. ^ Lenburg, Jeff (1999). The Encyclopedia of Animated Cartoons. Checkmark Books. p. 83. ISBN 0-8160-3831-7. Retrieved 6 June 2020.

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