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Friday, March 21, 2008

"The Bear and The Bean"

Here's a nice entry by the short-lived team of directors made by Michael Lah and Preston Blair. It's a good cartoon, Disney-like with soft gags, surely more inspired by Tom and Jerry cartoons by Hanna-Barbera than Avery's efforts.
The "mysterious stranger" sequence is a great mixture of animation, musica and sound effects and reminds a similar bit in "Mickey's Parrot".
Let me know what you think about it.

P.S.: Sorry for the TV logo. That's the best copy I could find.




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Duck Dodgers

2 Comments:

Blogger Nick said...

Interesting how there's such a large credit for "supervisors" Hanna and Babara, who I presume had little to do with this cartoon.

10:22 am

 
Anonymous Glowworm said...

I always thought the "mysterious stranger" sequence reminded me of "Jeepers Creepers" with Porky because there was a similar sequence involving frogs inside shoes dragging along a hatrack with a hat and gloves on it and going through a curtain becoming a "person"

12:16 am

 

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