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    Anywhere you wander, anywhere you go
    Every day remember how I love you so
    In your heart believe what in my heart I know
    That forevermore I'll wait for you

    .. to come back on Netflix.
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    Twice Upon A Time (ultra-rare 35mm Print!) | The Cinefamily



    this is a must go. Kingsqueen...pick a time, cause we are soooo there.

    This is the stuff of legend: endlessly bootlegged and traded amongst astonished animators since its tragically limited original release, Twice Upon A Time now comes to the screen in 35mm, for the first time in three decades! Plus, co-directors John Korty & Charles Swenson will be here in person for a Q&A, and to screen their other animation rarities! The towering, feature-length achievement in the “Lumage” stop-motion process, this lighthearted triumph of eye-popping visual design is ESSENTIAL viewing for Yellow Submarine diehards, Allegro Non Troppo ‘toonheads, animation aficionados of all colors, and quirk-tastic kids of all ages. After animating for Sesame Street, filmmaker John Korty perfected “Lumage”: the coloring, collaging and lighting of translucent fabric characters. Co-directed by fellow animation auteur Charles Swenson (Dirty Duck) and assembled by a small army of dedicated craftsmen (including David Fincher, Ratatouille’s Harley Jessup and The Nightmare Before Christmas’s Henry Selick), this timeless tale of sweet dreams and nightmares finds our heroes attempting to re-calibrate the cosmic clock and restore the flow of time. Join us as we rekindle the luminous, all-natural glow of Twice Upon A Time, finally giving Synonamess Botch, Scuzzbopper and Ibor the Video Gorilla their deserved place on the silver screen.
    Dir. John Korty & Charles Swenson, 1983, 35mm, 75 min.
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    What the **** would they do that?

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    Say Goodbye To My Little Friend: Al Pacino Exits Summer Sequel 'Despicable Me 2' - Deadline.com

    So, standees are already in theaters for this...how big of a pain in the ass must Pacino be at this point? They are citing 'creative differences'. Have to figure that a good portion of his work on a sequel to a cute but innocuous cartoon was already done, and yet the makers just decided enough is too much. Benjamin Bratt is going to step in, spend 2 weeks in a sound studio, smile and cash his check. Good lord, I can see Sir Al being all, 'what is my characters motivation'...'um, Mr. Pacino...could you just read the damned lines, and why are you SHOUTING all the time????'. What a tool.

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    Seth MacFarlane Makes 'Simpsons' Debut On Season Finale - Deadline.com

    That's a clever move by someone. Whats next...the boys inviting him on South park.

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    Film School Rejects | A Website About Movies

    Bob Clampett was kind of a big deal and today is the 100th anniversary of his birthday. He directed cartoons for Warner Bros. from 1937 to 1947, a decade of boundlessly entertaining work. He was also a somewhat controversial character, mostly due to his insistence that he had created Bugs Bunny all on his own. That turns out to be entirely unfounded, of course, but at least Porky Pig was definitely his. The two of them face off in the first half of A Corny Concerto, the first time in WB history that two major characters shared a cartoon.

    The whole thing is a parody of Walt Disney’s work, Fantasia in particular. Elmer Fudd takes on the role of musicologist and conductor, rising from behind the orchestra to introduce “Tales from the Vienna Woods” in the style of Fantasia‘s Deems Taylor. He later returns for the second segment, “The Blue Danube.” The first of these Johann Strauss II waltzes is paired with a classic Bugs Bunny versus the hunter cartoon, with Porky Pig taking over for Fudd. It plays like a rambunctious ballet, the animation playfully interacting with the music. The same is true of the second segment, a direct parody of Disney’s Oscar-winning The Ugly Duckling (1939). The duckling in question is said to be Daffy Duck as a baby, though I’m not sure I buy that.

    The split format and the obvious parody make this a bit of an oddity for Clampett, and the Warner Bros. studio as a whole. Yet its skillful musicality and sense of vaguely anarchic fun is a sign of the direction the studio would go after World War II, with Clampett’s former friend and biggest rival Chuck Jones taking the lead.

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