Sunday, June 20, 2010

Rare Terrytoons credits

I posted 1958 cartoon "Dustcap Doormat" a while back, but it was a pan-and-scan version sans credits.

I actually have a 16mm print of the cartoon in its original CinemaScope ratio. I'd figure I should at least post the screen credits, which is very hard to find. Here they are (I adjusted the size to give out the widescreen ratio):









6 comments:

Dave Mackey said...

Looking over your filmography I was a little surprised to see that Bill Hutten and Martin Strudler, two West Coast stalwarts, once worked for Terrytoons. It's amazing the young upstarts that were working alongside guys like Ed Donnelly and Connie Rasinski, who'd been there since the dark ages.

But now, you have to show us that "smile" credit with all the signatures in it...

Anonymous said...

This Is Great, Brubaker, Hopefully you've already got this transferred as you sold your Film Camera. If You Got It Transferred, Can You Upload It Later.

- Fred Flintstone.

Brubaker said...

I'll be getting a new projector soon.

Yeah, I should get some of my films transferred, especially the rarer titles. There are a few sixties Paramount cartoons that I only have on film that I want to show.

Brubaker said...

Dave,

Yeah, there were quite a few people from Terry who also did work for west-coast.

In addition, west-coast animation writers Al Bertino/Dick Kinney and Bob Ogle did some freelance stories for Terry in the early sixties.

Anonymous said...

Thank you Very Much, Baker, Great Job!

Anonymous said...

Hearing it Now, It Is Very WEIRD hearing that Gaston is Here Used this Very SAME exact generic music used on one shot terrytoons from 1956 to 1958. Seeing the Two Videos you uploaded of Gaston le Crayon, I've Alaways thought Gaston always used a specific theme music used on his opening titles (An Instrumental of Gaston is Here.) , Plus aside the Music, Does Gaston have an Extremely DIFFERENT Design in that cartoon or is he still the same abridged purple figure used on the two shorts you uploaded?