Friday, March 9, 2007
With Disney's blessings...or were they?
That's what Amvest Video, parent company of Kid Pics must have thought. Kid Pics was a cool line of public domain cartoon compilations aimed at kids, of course. The only difference with this company was that it did grab a hold of some rare stuff which was atypical for packagers like their competitors.
Kid Pics was in Rahway, New Jersey but it's very likely that several huge lawsuits didn't help them make it to the 1990s. More on this later, and from the samplings below, you'll probably be able to tell why.
Posted by King of [Silent] Cartoons at 11:43 PM
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Donald duck has BLACK PUPILS. I want to find the artist that drew that and smack them as hard as possible.
by the way "gabby" is in a twin pose. which is another sign of a bad artist. and the slashes in the black pupils are suppose to indicate eye direction. look at mickeys eyes on that box. The guy had NO CLUE what he was doing. And Mickeys pants button looks like plutos tooth. They knew nothing about composition either! Terrible!
I'm guessing none of these tapes were copy-guarded..?
To quote a line from a famous theme song, "...you can bet by heck!"
HERE are some Jerry on The Job graphics. A tad late, but use 'em for future reference...
Saaaaaaaaay, what film is that first frame from!?
Click HERE and all will be revealed!
Aha! So that explains it...another more "common" Jerry I haven't seen yet.
I'll buy a new 16mm print when I can afford one again. People, order those dvds! :-D
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