Tag Archives: 1970s

Honoring Tissa David

Today the New York animation community honored one of animation’s finest artists: Tissa David, with a special screening of clips of her sequences, as well as words by speakers who knew her. Tissa was a woman in a man’s industry, … Continue reading

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Art Babbitt’s Roast: Mel Blanc

Ah, Mel Blanc.  “The Man of A Thousand Voices,” and among them Bugs Bunny, Daffy Duck,  and literally hundreds of other cartoon characters. As posted previously, Art Babbitt celebrated his 50th year in animation on May 25th, 1974. He was … Continue reading

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Art Babbitt’s Roast: Chuck Jones

Chuck Jones is many things:  a father of Bugs Bunny and Daffy Duck, creator of the Roadrunner and Pepe Le Pew, director of the Grinch, … and Art’s Babbitt’s friend. On May 25th, 1974, when Art Babbitt was 66 years … Continue reading

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