The Cartune Guy

My salute to “cartoony” CGI.

Title card comparisons: Mouse Trouble

Original titles (1944) vs. Reissue titles (1951)

Title card comparisons: The Zoot Cat

Original titles (1944) vs. Reissue titles (1951)

baxterfilms:

cartuneguy:

Scenes by Irv Spence

That fourth one, with Jerry on the mousetrap, is not by Spence, but by Ray Patterson, friend-o.

Sorry, but I thought Spence did it since the “air” is animated via airbrush (like the Tom scene below).

Title card comparisons: Fraidy Cat

Original tiles (1942) vs. Reissue titles (1952)

Title card comparisons: Lucky Ducky

Original titles (1948) vs. Reissue titles (1956)

Of special note, the end title is pretty unique in itself. Keeping in tune with the conga-line beat (which the iris-in was timed to also), the end title slid in from the right and locked in place at the center, then proceeds to slid further left, only to snap back to the center in time with the beat. The reissue version ruins this gag.

Title card comparisons: Ferdinand the Bull

Original titles (1938) vs. Reissue titles (1970)

An original newspaper ad for The Beatles’ animated feature Yellow Submarine.
New York Daily News - December 25, 1968

An original newspaper ad for The Beatles’ animated feature Yellow Submarine.

New York Daily News - December 25, 1968

Scenes by Irv Spence

julie090995:

LOOK! HE’S BEEN HIDING THE TONGUES UNDER HIS PICKLE THE WHOLE TIME

And those are the tongues from last time, too!

julie090995:

LOOK! HE’S BEEN HIDING THE TONGUES UNDER HIS PICKLE THE WHOLE TIME

And those are the tongues from last time, too!