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The Pratt Institute's Media Arts Department proudly presents the Traditional Animation thesis films of the graduating class of 2007, as well as selected shorts. Students will be in attendance for a Q&A to talk about their stop motion, 2-D computer animation, and hand-drawn films.

Free and open to the public, May 4th & 5th, 7pm at the Two Boots Pioneer Theater


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Monday, December 11, 2006

"Magical Maestro"

Best gag from Tex Avery ever made.

Can you guess what gag i'm talking about?


Blogger Emmett said...

I haven't seen this one in so long. I don't know what gag you are reffering to.

This is one of the best cartoons ever made, especially from Tex Avery. His MGM cartoons were simply brilliant pieces of humor and animation.

However if I had to guess which gag you are reffering to, I would assume it is the little hair caught in the film.

1:23 PM

Anonymous Anonymous said...

Yeah Emmett you're right. The Frederator blog mentions this gag. It's especially funny because back then they showed these cartoons on projectors and hairs and dirt would get caught in them frequently.

7:42 PM

Blogger the plummer said...

haha the hair gag! i forgot about that! it IS the best one ever! caught it as soon as it came on =D

12:17 AM

Anonymous Jessica Hjulstrom said...

Yup, I loved the hair gag! I manage a theater in CT and pretty much all theaters still use projectors and film, so we have that problem sometimes. You'd think we'd use digital by now, but it costs about $100,000 per digital projector, so they're not mainstream yet. I love working with the projectors though, I feel like they're a part of history.

2:06 PM

Blogger Anthony Lamberty said...

So yeah, best cartoon ever in my opinion and my favorite gag in that is the rabbits fucking, its just so obvious.

9:49 PM


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