History Creator / VanBeurenStudios

10th May '16 7:20:44 AM Prinzenick
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* SissyVillain: The Lepodopterist from "Molly Moo Cow and the Butterflies".

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* SissyVillain: The Lepodopterist from "Molly Moo Cow and the Butterflies". He's so [[HarmlessVillain wimpy and nonthreatening]], that the only villainous thing he does is catch butterflies ([[FelonyMisdemeanor at the expense of their freedom]]). He even sings about how he's too cowardly to go chasing after tigers and lions, so he goes after butterflies instead.
4th Apr '16 7:55:01 PM aye_amber
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* WilliamTelling: In "A Royal Good Time", the King has his servants place apples on their heads, which he perfectly shoots off with his rifle as he moves along.
* TheWildWest: The setting of "Hot Tamale", The Gay Gaucho", "In the Bag" and "Redskin Blues".

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* TheWildWest: The setting of "Hot Tamale", The Gay Gaucho", "In the Bag" and "Redskin Blues."
* WilliamTelling: In "A Royal Good Time", the King has his servants place apples on their heads, which he perfectly shoots off with his rifle as he moves along. \n* TheWildWest: The setting of "Hot Tamale", The Gay Gaucho", "In the Bag" and "Redskin Blues".
1st Apr '16 2:51:49 AM Morgenthaler
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* InNameOnly: Only the earliest Aesop's Fables cartoons were loose adaptations of the [[AesopsFables actual Fables]]; later entries usually revolved around cats, mice, and the disgruntled Farmer Al Falfa.

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* InNameOnly: Only the earliest Aesop's Fables cartoons were loose adaptations of the [[AesopsFables [[Literature/AesopsFables actual Fables]]; later entries usually revolved around cats, mice, and the disgruntled Farmer Al Falfa.
12th Mar '16 10:56:16 AM MarkLungo
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Walt Disney Studios had already made a splash with music and sound effects in their early toons, and Van Beuren promised to follow suit and do the same later on. The producers hired [[NoteworthyDisneyStaff Disney veterans]] Burt Gillett and Tom Palmer to create a new series in hopes of jump-starting the B-list studio’s reputation. The somewhat well-received series was called “Rainbow Parade”, a series of lavish SillySymphonies clones, also starring licensed characters like "Toonerville Folks" and "WesternAnimation/FelixTheCat".

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Walt Disney Studios had already made a splash with music and sound effects in their early toons, and Van Beuren promised to follow suit and do the same later on. The producers hired [[NoteworthyDisneyStaff [[UsefulNotes/NoteworthyDisneyStaff Disney veterans]] Burt Gillett and Tom Palmer to create a new series in hopes of jump-starting the B-list studio’s reputation. The somewhat well-received series was called “Rainbow Parade”, a series of lavish SillySymphonies clones, also starring licensed characters like "Toonerville Folks" and "WesternAnimation/FelixTheCat".
29th Feb '16 2:26:19 PM Prfnoff
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* EverythingsNuttierWithSquirrels: The ending of "In the Bag"; Tom got his money bag swapped out with walnuts, and when he opens the bag in the forest and finds out he's been duped, a bunch of squirrels swarm him!


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* StockAnimalDiet: The ending of "In the Bag"; Tom got his money bag swapped out with walnuts, and when he opens the bag in the forest and finds out he's been duped, a bunch of squirrels swarm him!
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.
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