CARTOON ROOTS: THE BRAY STUDIOS—ANIMATION PIONEERS

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Disney may have "started with a Mouse"--but the first great cartoon studio started with a dachshund! Max Fleischer, Walter Lantz, and Paul Terry all launched their careers at the silent animation house of John Randolph Bray--and now you can meet the animated heroes who were born at Bray's barn: Koko the Clown, Col. Heeza Liar, Krazy Kat, and the sausage-gobbling sausage-dog of J. R.'s famous first film, THE ARTIST'S DREAM!


Films include:

THE ARTIST'S DREAM (Bray, 1913)

COL. HEEZA LIAR'S AFRICAN HUNT (Bray, 1914)

DIPLODOCUS (Bray, 1915)

FARMER ALFALFA SEES NEW YORK (Terry, 1916)

THE POLICE DOG ON THE WIRE (Carl Anderson, 1916)

BOBBY BUMPS' PUP GETS THE FLEA-ENZA (Earl Hurd, 1919)

Krazy Kat: THE BEST MOUSE LOSES (Vernon Stallings, 1920)

Jerry on the Job: TALE OF A WAG (1920)

Judge Rummy: A FITTING GIFT (1920)

Dinky Doodle: THE PIED PIPER (Lantz, 1924)

Pete the Pup: THE LUNCH HOUND (Lantz, 1927)

Koko the Clown: TANTALIZING FLY (Fleischer, 1919)

HOW ANIMATED CARTOONS ARE MADE (Wallace Carlson, 1919)

CHEMICAL INSPIRATION (1920)

THE POINT OF VIEW (ca. 1921)

Extras! Booklet, extensive mini-documentaries, archival galleries, and music by noted talents Robert Israel and Charlie Judkins


Featuring Films from the Stathes Collection

Co-Produced by Thunderbean Animation

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