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Modern Madcaps

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Modern Madcaps is an animated film series produced by Paramount Pictures' Famous Studios animation division between the years 1958 and 1967.[1] The series featured assorted characters that later became part of the Harvey Comics library. A total of 65 shorts was produced and released.

List of shorts

1950s

1958

  • Right Off the Bat (November 17, 1958) (First short, also the first cartoon directed by Seymour Kneitel)

1959

  • Fit to Be Toyed (February 16, 1959)
  • La Petite Parade (March 16, 1959)
  • Spooking of Ghosts (June 1, 1959)
  • Talking Horse Sense (September 14, 1959)
  • T.V. Fuddlehead (October 26, 1959) (Submitted and screened at the 32nd Academy Awards for an Oscar consideration, but wasn't nominated[2])

1960s

1960

  • Mike the Masquerader (1960)
  • The Boss Is Always Right (1960)
  • Fiddle-Faddle (1960)
  • Trouble Date (1960)
  • From Dime to Dime (1960)
  • Trigger Treat (1960)
  • Busy Buddies (1960)
  • The Shoe Must Go On (1960)
  • Top Cat (1960)
  • Electronica (1960)
  • Shootin' Stars (1960)
  • Scouting For Trouble (1960)
  • Disguise the Limit (1960)
  • Galaxia (1960)
  • Bouncing Benny (1960) (Instead of painting the film on cels, animators Place and Feuer created paper cutouts of the characters to create shadow effects)
  • Terry the Terror (1960)
  • Silly Science (1960)

1961

  • Cool Cat Blues (1961)
  • The Phantom Moustacher (1961)
  • The Kid from Mars (1961)
  • The Mighty Termite (1961)
  • In the Nicotine (1961)
  • The Inquisit Visit (1961)
  • Bopin' Hood (1961)
  • Cane and Able (1961)
  • The Plot Sickens (1961)
  • Perry Popgun (1961)

1962

  • Crumley Cogwheel (1962)
  • Popcorn and Politics (1962)
  • Giddy Gadgets (1962)
  • Hi-Fi Jinx (1962)
  • Funderful Suburbia (1962)
  • Samson Scrap (1962) (Co-production with Rembrandt Films; only cartoon directed by Gene Deitch)
  • Penny Pals (1962)
  • The Robot Ringer (1962)
  • One of the Family (1962)

1963

  • The Ringading Kid (1963) (Submitted and screened at the 36th Academy Awards for an Oscar consideration, but wasn't nominated[3])
  • Drum Up a Tenant (1963)
  • One Weak Vacation (1963)
  • Trash Program (1963)
  • Harry Happy (1963)
  • Tell Me a Badtime Story featuring Goodie the Gremlin (1963)
  • The Pigs' Feat (1963)
  • Sour Gripes (1963)
  • Goodie's Good Deed featuring Goodie the Gremlin (1963) (Final cartoon released in Seymour Kneitel's lifetime)
  • Muggy-Doo Boycat: Boy Pest with Osh (1963) (Co-production with Hal Seeger Productions; only cartoon directed by Hal Seeger)

1964

  • Robot Rival (1964)
  • An So Tibet (1964)
  • Reading, Writhing and Rithmetic (1964)
  • Near Sighted and Far Out (1964) (Final cartoon directed by Seymour Kneitel due to his death in this year)

1965

  • Cagey Business (1965) (First cartoon directed by Howard Post)
  • Poor Little Witch Girl (1965) (Honey Halfwitch's first appearance)
  • The Itch (1965) (Submitted and screened at the 38th Academy Awards for an Oscar consideration, but wasn't nominated[4])
  • Solitary Refinement (1965)
  • The Outside Dope (1965)

1966

  • I Want My Mummy (1966) (First cartoon directed by Shamus Culhane)
  • A Balmy Knight (1966)
  • A Wedding Knight (1966)
  • Two by Two (1966) (Final cartoon directed by Howard Post)

1967

  • The Blacksheep Blacksmith (1967) (Series finale; final cartoon directed by Shamus Culhane)

External links

References

  1. ^ Lenburg, Jeff (1999). The Encyclopedia of Animated Cartoons. Checkmark Books. pp. 112–113. ISBN 0-8160-3831-7. Retrieved 6 June 2020.
  2. ^ "Cartoons Considered For An Academy Award – 1959 | Cartoon Research". cartoonresearch.com.
  3. ^ "Cartoons Considered For the Academy Award – 1963 | Cartoon Research". cartoonresearch.com.
  4. ^ "Cartoons Considered For An Academy Award – 1965 | Cartoon Research". cartoonresearch.com.
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