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Stone Age Cartoons

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Stone Age Cartoons is a 1940 American series of 12 animated short films from Fleischer Studios. The films are set in a stone-age time much like 1960s series The Flintstones. When they did not get the anticipated reception, Fleischer turned their attentions to the Gabby Color Cartoons.[1][2][3][4][5][6][7]

Filmography

# Title Original release date Reissue release date Animation Story
1 Way Back when a Triangle Had its Points January 26, 1940
2 Way Back When a Nag Was Only a Horse March 8, 1940
3 Way Back When a Nightclub Was a Stick March 15, 1940
4 Granite Hotel April 26, 1940 January 1947[8] Tom Johnson
Graham Place
George Manuell
5 The Fowl Ball Player May 24, 1940 December 1946[9]
6 The Ugly Dino June 14, 1940 Bill Nolan
George Germanetti
George Manuell
7 Wedding Belts July 5, 1940 Dave Tendlar
Steve Muffatti
George Manuell
8 Way Back When a Razberry Was a Fruit July 26, 1940 Shamus Culhane
Al Eugster
Dan Gordon
9 The Fulla Bluff Man August 9, 1940 Grim Natwick
Roland Crandall
Tedd Pierce
10 Springtime in the Rockage August 30, 1940 Myron Waldman
Dick Williams
Dan Gordon
11 Pedagogical Institution (College to You) September 13, 1940 Abner Kneitel
Arnold Gillespie
Joe Stultz
12 Way Back When Women Had Their Weigh September 26, 1940 Tom Johnson
Harold Walker
Tedd Pierce

References

  1. ^ Richard Fleischer (2005). Out of the inkwell: Max Fleischer and the animation revolution. University Press of Kentucky. ISBN 0813123550.
  2. ^ Jeff Lenburg (2006). Who's who in animated cartoons: an international guide to film & television's award-winning and legendary animators. Hal Leonard Corporation. pp. 90. ISBN 1-55783-671-X. Stone Age Cartoons, Paramount.
  3. ^ Stuart B. McIver (1998). Dreamers, Schemers and Scalawags. Pineapple Press Inc. pp. 47. ISBN 1561641553. Stone Age Cartoons, Paramount.
  4. ^ Fred Grandinetti (2004). Popeye: an illustrated cultural history. McFarland. p. 46. ISBN 078641605X.
  5. ^ Motion picture herald, Volume 139, Issues 1-6. Quigley Pub. Co. 1940. p. 53.
  6. ^ Leslie Cabarga (1998). The Fleischer story. DaCapo Press. ISBN 0306803135.
  7. ^ William C. Cline (1997). In the nick of time: motion picture sound serials. McFarland. pp. vii. ISBN 078640471X.
  8. ^ Motion Picture Herald (January 1947) https://archive.org/details/motionpictureher166unse?view=theater#page/n177/
  9. ^ Motion Picture Herald (December 1946) https://archive.org/details/motionpictureher165unse/page/46/mode/2up

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