#CotD: The first of four of Tex Avery’s “Tomorrow Themes” cartoons, “The House Of Tomorrow” was a trend-setter predicting the future.
#CotD: One-off character Snapper appeared in “News Hound” and then was dropped. Snapper did not make the grade.
#CotD: Donald got his start in “The Wise Little Hen” as really just a one off character. Who knew!
#CotD: Hugh Harman directed “Tom Turkey And His Harmonica Humdingers” at the same time Hanna and Barbera were creating the first Tom & Jerry cartoon across the hall.
#CotD: “The Land Of The Lost” is the first of three cartoons that Famous Studios did based on this story.
#CotD: An ode to old age and autos, “Susie The Little Blue Coupe” featured Disney fav Sterling Holloway as the narrator.
#CotD: One of WB’s notorious censored eleven, “Uncle Tom’s Bungalow” was based on a classic story by Harriet Beecher Stowe.
#CotD: First screened at Worldwide Short Film Festival in Toronto, “I Met The Walrus” is a quirky short with an interesting and true story.
#CotD: Art Davis directed only one Bugs Bunny cartoon, “Bowery Bugs” but man was it was a good one.
#CotD: The very first full-length feature film from Hanna-Barbera Productions, “Hey There, It’s Yogi Bear” was also the first feature film based on a television program.
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