He had an idea which was 'Somewhere in Dreamland,' That was close but not quite! No talking. It is possible that your local TV stations will have some information in their archives or city histories.
Dialogue! I have had luck in finding titles from obscure memories, because the merchants can do a special search on a program geared for these titles, which include keywords.
When I was a kid, in the 90s, staying at a friend's house...there was a Vhs with older cartoons. To the best of my knowledge, Heckle and Jeckle cartoons are not on any DVD releases from Terrytoons (Paul Terry Animation) or its current owner. I'd love to watch this and more like it. The imagery of the cartoon gets increasingly bizarre (hallucinatory), until at the very end you see the little girl dead on the ground and an angel gathering her soul in her arms and taking her to heaven. If you know the time frame, it may help in your search. Thank you. Walter Lantz Productions created a few popular characters but perhaps none so much as Woody Woodpecker, which was introduced in Andy Panda’s cartoon called Knock Knock. I was fascinated with it! I suggest doing an LT search with those keywords and seeing if the images that pop up can strike a chord with what you remember. The character of Annie Inch is drawn as more chubby, but she has short black hair. Answer: It actually sounds like it could be a Looney Tunes piece (with a Mel Blanc narration) but without my being able to see the images or hear what's in your mind, I cannot say for sure. The one that I liked the most was of I THINK....kids going to bed. Good luck!
The series lasted one season. Several artists recorded Woody Woodpecker’s voice tracks, including: Mel Blanc (speaking: 1940 - 1941; trademark laugh: 1940 - 1949; "Guess Who" line: 1940 - 1972); Ben Hardaway (speaking: 1941 - 1949); Danny Webb (speaking 1941 - 1942); Kent Rogers (speaking: 1942 - 1944) and Grace Stafford (Also Known As Mrs. Walter Lantz) (speaking: 1950 - 1972, 1990). Now, let the nightmares begin ... :-).
I BELIEVE that there were like wood elves or something...and that there was a court hearing of sorts also. Superheroes. Please feel free to leave any suggestions I have missed, and feedback in the comments, I'd Love to hear your thoughts on this list . If what your memory is yielding isn't from a Warner or other large studio production, perhaps your local TV station archives or librarian could help in your search. It was called "Hugo the Hippo".
Answer: The image you're describing does not strike a note, sorry. My sister and I have been searching and searching.. any help is appreciated!
Goo Goo Goliath from 1954, Hi Nashman, I think I know the cartoon you are talking about I remember that too!!! I got a picture in my head of an old cartoon character who has flies in and out of his mouth when he speaks. Thanks! They proceed to have their hair done, their skin de-wrinkled and their bodies reshaped. There is no voice, but there is delightful music throughout. Do you have any idea which cartoon it is? During the next decade, Walt Disney produced Pinocchio (1940), Fantasia (1940), Dumbo (1941) and Bambi (1942). Answer: Apple Andy was a cartoon short produced by Walter Lantz and released in 1946. Unless I am mistaken, there were ones with little mice going to work in factories, insects preparing for a wedding, and they were just wonderful in their animated storytelling. Question: My kids and I used to watch a cartoon from the 40’s or 50’s, and it had a rooster singing a song with the lyrics, “two left feet, two left feet, how can you dance with two left feet?” What is the name of this cartoon? It’s powerful, beautifully designed and comes with everything you need to engage your visitors and increase conversions. Do you have any leads? We have vague recollections that this was always on just before the news.
So the baby horse (or goat) sulks off and eats everything; and tries to eat a car horn. I spot-checked a few of them, but you can Google it to read the synopsis of each story; ol' Foghorn was known to sing a line or two in some of them. They are ‘anthropomorphized’ flames (a ballet of many individual ‘cute’ identical dancing flames) that perform a choreographed dancing movement (down a stair-like incline?) Of course, the most famous hillbilly character was probably Li'l Abner (Al Capp/United Features Syndicate) -- a syndicated comic strip found in many newspapers of decades past. It was a narrated story about man and wife having first baby, bring home baby and as its grows it grows exponentially, in a matter of months its a 20 foot tall baby that appears to be like 9 months old, the setting on the cartoon looks to be a suburban white man and wife in theyre standard suburb home of the 50's or 60's.One scene the dad is bathing is huge overgrown 6 month old in the backyard with the water hose. Narrated by the late Kenneth Williams, Willo the Wisp is a spirit who tells us whats been going on down at Doyley Wood. There are a number of these hippo-based pieces; you can do a Google or YouTube search to see if these characters are what's in your memory ... but, it sounds like it's better off forgotten! Hi, Chris, although I can't say what you're looking for is in the following link (I didn't have a chance to look through it) but I found this page from the Berkeley library to be interesting in the amounts of information it has on animated films and shorts.
Chilly Willy (penguin) and Homer Chicken are also among the popular cartoon characters created by Walter Lantz productions.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BiQLEjeTxWg. What information do you have on it? Good luck in your search! Does anyone recognize it? There is a house floating on the flooded world. Answer: It may be that you are remembering Colonel Bleep; it was actually the, or one of the, first color tinted cartoon(s) made for television; 1957-1960. Upon a search of your memory, I came up with something along this line: The Moomins (Finnish) are computer generated animals -- hippos; there is an episode that has a character called a "groke" that kills everything it touches. Bosko would star in 39 Looney Tunes (also spelled as Looney Toons) segments. (Will they come back? While I cannot be sure, you may be thinking about a Japanese cartoon called "Astro Boy," where, in a futuristic world, robots interact with humans. Answer: I remember Robert Shayne from his role in Christmas in Connecticut (starring Barbara Stanwyck), but of course, he had a long career as an actor in various movie and TV roles. Thanks for any info! Felix the Cat cartoons later “found their voice,” and were brought back to movie theatres in the mid 1930s. With animated features' networks available on various cable/satellite/internet channels, some of these great cartoons may surface, now and then -- even on "regular" networks! I cannot accommodate this memory but perhaps one of our readers has seen this cartoon? could be from 40's-70's ,i don't know. He ran cartoons from assorted studios, including Popeye and Woody Woodpecker. hello, looking for a cartoon I watched in 70's as a rerun, I would say it was made though in 50's-60's. They are about 6 inches long and unroll to reveal the cartoon. t. I am trying to find a cartoon that I saw as a kid that was probably made in the 1940s- it was in color about the industrial progress in the US.
Do you recognize this? In the 80’s I used to watch this cartoon of playdo “people”. It was a Frenchman complaining about the hole in the road and every time there was a parade, the sanitation truck would hit the hole and dump garbage on the street. I've thought about it over the years but no one seems to know or remember anything like it. t. Looking for a book from the 7o's about great cartoon characters. A list of kids TV shows that ran in the UK(Mostly CBBC/CITV) between 1980 and 2000+ ( One entry from '79 included as it ran through the 80's). Thank you for that interesting journey through time :), Bobby Bumps and the Stork (Earl Hurd:1916), Felix the Cat - The Goose that Laid the Golden Egg (1936). Question: I remember cartoons displaying "The Modern Home," which was narrated by perhaps Ed Herlihy. Question: Recently, I came across a cast iron hood ornament, labeled "Dr. YAK," by the seller. It was wild animation. The Disney company, with a sound-synchronization process called Cinephone, produced a number of sound cartoon shorts in the 1930s, most of them featuring Mickey Mouse. I asked the question about the cartoon with the hunted hippos and while your suggestion wasn't quite it, while searching your suggestion in youtube I also ran through the sidebar for other hippo-related cartoons and I finally found it! Teri Silver (author) from The Buckeye State on July 13, 2014: Thank YOU! There was a black and white cartoon on TV in the 50’s where the sunshine men battled the shadow men every day. Its plotline has something to do with candles worn on the head, but you would have to check it out to see if anything in it is what you remember. It was a Max Fleischer cartoon created in 1936. Does anyone remember this cartoon, and the name? In my memory I recall hanna barbera but I could be totally off. Space Ghost is available through Amazon. Teri Silver (author) from The Buckeye State on May 26, 2019: Sorry, that's not striking a note. Question: I remember watching a Disney-like cartoon special. How can I find this cartoon about a hunter and hippos? Can anyone help? Pages in category "1970s British children's television series" The following 140 pages are in this category, out of 140 total. Although I cannot accommodate your memory, perhaps what you're looking for is a Hannah-Barbera feature. Hanna..something or Hanna b. Weere theproducers. Elves helping the shoemaker. Remember all of the cartoons you loved as a kid? Answer: For Heckle and Jeckle, the short answer is -- you can't, at least, I've not found any "official" DVD releases from Terrytoons (Paul Terry Animation) or its current owner.
I would love to share this with my grands and great grands.
I think there were about 800 episodes; my guess is viewers saw a lot of “good vs evil” in outer space-land. I believe it is in black and white. I did find some Betty Boop clips on YouTube, but for some unknown reason right now, I cannot get anything to work. One eludes me still, and the memory of it has the following imagery: I remember a clip with 'dancing flames / ballet of flames'; I remember an 'up-beat' bouncy melody - reminiscent of Disney perhaps, and the animation reminiscent of Fantasia (also perhaps). Was curious to find out what the programme or book was that this came from.... anyone have any ideas? They may have something in their archived files. Fleischer, who directed the Popeye cartoons, remade this script into "Olive Oyl for President," where Olive presents a proposal and the two parties ... well, you know what they do. You can find a lot of these great old cartoons online.
He does have horns on his head. Cartoons take me to a nice space. I am looking for a black and white cartoon from the 20s or 30s?
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