#CotD: “The Land Of The Lost” is the first of three cartoons that Famous Studios did based on this story.
CotD: Buzzy’s debut film was in “The Stupidstitious Cat” an obvious parody of Jack Benny (as the cat) and Eddie “Rochester” Anderson.
CotD: Famous Studios “Little Red School Mouse” was a Noveltoon from 1949.
CotD: Famous Studios moved toward a thicker ink line and more limted animation with “The Crystal Brawl“.
CotD: Toward the end of Famous Studios, “Funderful Suburbia” was a Modern Madcap directed by Seymour Kneitel.
CotD: Herman the mouse first appeared in the Noveltoon “The Henpecked Rooster” before being paired with Katnip and getting his own series.
CotD: Fleischer Studios became Famous Studios in the early 1940’s, and Seymour Kneitel directed “Hep Cat Symphony” in the continuing NovelToons series.
CotD: First shown theatrically as a Noveltoon, “The Friendly Ghost” introduced Casper the Friendly Ghost who later got his own series, and television show.
CotD: Similar to Max Fleischer’s “King Of The Mardi Gras”, “Quick On The Vigor” was one of Famous Studios less original cartoons…
CotD: A classic from the Herman and Katnip series, “Ship A-Hooey” was released early in the series, around 1954.
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