History Creator / VanBeurenStudios

7th Feb '16 4:04:55 PM nombretomado
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''Van Beuren Studios'' (pronounced Van Burr-en), originally known as the "Fables Studio", was a cartoon studio that lasted from [[TheGoldenAgeOfAnimation 1928 to 1936]]. It is the least known cartoon studio of TheGoldenAgeOfAnimation, yet its brief history is dotted with interesting films and major animation talents.
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''Van Beuren Studios'' (pronounced Van Burr-en), originally known as the "Fables Studio", was a cartoon studio that lasted from [[TheGoldenAgeOfAnimation 1928 to 1936]]. 1936. It is the least known cartoon studio of TheGoldenAgeOfAnimation, UsefulNotes/TheGoldenAgeOfAnimation, yet its brief history is dotted with interesting films and major animation talents.
24th Dec '15 4:17:19 AM Adept
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** In the Harman-Ising Cubby Bear shorts, Cubby looks, moves and acts very similar to Harman-Ising's own BoskoTheTalkInkKid.
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** In the Harman-Ising Cubby Bear shorts, Cubby looks, moves and acts very similar to Harman-Ising's own BoskoTheTalkInkKid.''Bosko the Talk-Ink Kid''.
24th Dec '15 4:16:44 AM Adept
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* Rainbow Parade (1934-1936); A series of color cartoons that lasted 26 shorts, and includes four sub-series and several oneshot cartoons. More than a few of them are obvious attempts to ride the coat tails of Disney's SillySymphonies.
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* Rainbow Parade (1934-1936); A series of color cartoons that lasted 26 shorts, and includes four sub-series and several oneshot cartoons. More than a few of them are obvious attempts to ride the coat tails of Disney's SillySymphonies.WesternAnimation/SillySymphonies.
24th Dec '15 4:15:55 AM Adept
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** The Fables had its own sub-series, "Cubby Bear" (1933-1934), which ran for 16 shorts, with a 17th one being finished, but unreleased until it resurfaced on a Cubby Bear DVD collection decades later. Notably, three shorts in the series, "Gay Gaucho" (1933), "Cubby's World Flight" (1933) and the unreleased "Mischievous Mice" (1934) were outsourced to the [[Creator/HarmanAndIsing Harman-Ising]] cartoon studio, and they heavily resemble the [[BoskoTheTalkInkKid Bosko cartoons]] they made.
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** The Fables had its own sub-series, "Cubby Bear" (1933-1934), which ran for 16 shorts, with a 17th one being finished, but unreleased until it resurfaced on a Cubby Bear DVD collection decades later. Notably, three shorts in the series, "Gay Gaucho" (1933), "Cubby's World Flight" (1933) and the unreleased "Mischievous Mice" (1934) were outsourced to the [[Creator/HarmanAndIsing Harman-Ising]] cartoon studio, and they heavily resemble the [[BoskoTheTalkInkKid [[WesternAnimation/BoskoTheTalkInkKid Bosko cartoons]] they made.
27th Nov '15 4:22:00 AM Prinzenick
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* OffModel: Pre-Gillett Van Beuren had some of the wonkiest, slap-dash animation to ever grace a Golden Age cartoon. There is ''no'' consistency in the animation in these cartoons at all.
29th Oct '15 12:29:02 PM VenomLancerHae
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Useful Notes aren't tropes.
* TheGoldenAgeOfAnimation

* MsFanservice / PettingZooPerson: The MaeWest horse from "Galloping Fanny", and the Mae West duck in "Mild Cargo".
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* MsFanservice / PettingZooPerson: MsFanservice: The MaeWest horse from "Galloping Fanny", and the Mae West duck in "Mild Cargo".

* TheSilentAgeOfAnimation: The earlier Aesop's Fables shorts.
7th Oct '15 4:47:49 PM Monolaf317
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[[IThoughtItMeant Not to be]] [[NamesTheSame confused with]] THOSE [[TheMostPopularGirlsInSchool Van Burens!]]
4th Oct '15 3:15:09 AM Morgenthaler
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Why Do You Keep Changing Jobs has been renamed because of misuse. Misuse and Zero Context Examples will be cut.
* NewJobAsThePlotDemands: Despite his Farmer moniker, Al Falfa has held different jobs throughout his shorts, such as running a deli (I.e. Dinnertime) or being a local cop (I.e. Day at the Park).

* WhyDoYouKeepChangingJobs: Despite his Farmer moniker, Al Falfa has held different jobs throughout his shorts, such as running a deli (I.e. Dinnertime) or being a local cop (I.e. Day at the Park).
3rd May '15 5:24:59 PM Patachou
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* [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=esQYjZ0p4CQ Hook and ladder Hokum]]--(AKA Fire Fire)--April 28Tom and Jerry, Stallings, Tish Tash (AKA FrankTashlin)
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* [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=esQYjZ0p4CQ Hook and ladder Hokum]]--(AKA Fire Fire)--April 28Tom and Jerry, Stallings, Tish Tash (AKA FrankTashlin)Creator/FrankTashlin)
22nd Apr '15 6:07:13 AM Prinzenick
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* ThickLineAnimation: The general art style of the studio uses this.
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* ThickLineAnimation: The general art style of the studio uses this.used this, especially in its early 30s shorts, but abandoned it once Burt Gillett arrived and overhauled the whole shop. * ThirteenIsUnlucky: In "Sultan Pepper", the Sultan shoots one of his harem girls off screen, since he realized there was 13 of them. After the fact, he states that he did it because "Thirteen is bad luck."
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