History Creator / VanBeurenStudios

4th Jul '17 7:39:12 PM Prinzenick
Is there an issue? Send a Message


* SuddenlyVoiced: Much like the [[WesternAnimation/TomAndJerry more well known cat and mouse duo]], Tom and Jerry very rarely speak in most of their shorts (mostly making mumbles or yells instead), with the exception of "Plane Dumb".

to:

* SuddenlyVoiced: SuddenlyVoiced:
**
Much like the [[WesternAnimation/TomAndJerry more well known cat and mouse duo]], Tom and Jerry very rarely speak in most of their shorts (mostly making mumbles or yells instead), with the exception of "Plane Dumb".Dumb".
** The Little King, like in the newspaper comic he comes from, is mostly voiceless (to the extent that when he "speaks" in "Jest of Honor", [[TheUnintelligible its completely unintelligible gibberish]]) but he inexplicably gets a handful of speaking lines in "Marching Along".



* TheVoiceless: Just like in the newspaper comic he hails from, the Little King has no dialogue (save for one line, "Gentlemen, I'm here!", in "Marching Along"). Even when he does "speak" in "Jest of Honor", it's [[TheUnintelligible completely unintelligible gibberish.]]

to:

* TheVoiceless: Just like in the newspaper comic he hails from, the Little King has no dialogue (save for one line, "Gentlemen, I'm here!", a handful of lines in "Marching Along"). Even when he does "speak" in "Jest of Honor", it's [[TheUnintelligible completely unintelligible gibberish.]]
4th Jul '17 7:36:23 PM Prinzenick
Is there an issue? Send a Message


* TheVoiceless: Just like in the comic, the Little King has no dialogue. Even when he does "speak" in "Jest of Honor", it's [[TheUnintelligible completely unintelligible gibberish.]]

to:

* TheVoiceless: Just like in the comic, newspaper comic he hails from, the Little King has no dialogue.dialogue (save for one line, "Gentlemen, I'm here!", in "Marching Along"). Even when he does "speak" in "Jest of Honor", it's [[TheUnintelligible completely unintelligible gibberish.]]
29th Apr '17 7:15:07 PM nombretomado
Is there an issue? Send a Message


* Van Beuren's Tom and Jerry (1931-1933) Two bungling young men, one short, one tall, which ran for 26 shorts. Absolutely no relation to MGM's TomAndJerry shorts, but when reissued as home movies, the characters were renamed "Dick & Larry" to prevent confusion.

to:

* Van Beuren's Tom and Jerry (1931-1933) Two bungling young men, one short, one tall, which ran for 26 shorts. Absolutely no relation to MGM's TomAndJerry WesternAnimation/TomAndJerry shorts, but when reissued as home movies, the characters were renamed "Dick & Larry" to prevent confusion.



* SuddenlyVoiced: Much like the [[TomAndJerry more well known cat and mouse duo]], Tom and Jerry very rarely speak in most of their shorts (mostly making mumbles or yells instead), with the exception of "Plane Dumb".

to:

* SuddenlyVoiced: Much like the [[TomAndJerry [[WesternAnimation/TomAndJerry more well known cat and mouse duo]], Tom and Jerry very rarely speak in most of their shorts (mostly making mumbles or yells instead), with the exception of "Plane Dumb".
16th Apr '17 9:10:24 PM nombretomado
Is there an issue? Send a Message


* Aesop's Fables, AKA "Aesop's Film Fables" (1920-1928 for silent shorts, 1929-1933 for sound shorts) inherited from the Fables Studio, which was formerly run by Paul Terry. Originally a long running silent cartoon series, it became a series of sound cartoons which introduced one of the earliest sound cartoons, "Dinnertime", which notably predates Disney's SteamboatWillie by a month. The sound era of the series lasted around 120 shorts, including its sub-series. Paul Terry's Farmer Al Falfa was also a recurring star of the silent shorts, even appearing in a few of the early sound films before Terry, who had left to found [[TerryToons his own studio]], wrangled back the rights to the character.

to:

* Aesop's Fables, AKA "Aesop's Film Fables" (1920-1928 for silent shorts, 1929-1933 for sound shorts) inherited from the Fables Studio, which was formerly run by Paul Terry. Originally a long running silent cartoon series, it became a series of sound cartoons which introduced one of the earliest sound cartoons, "Dinnertime", which notably predates Disney's SteamboatWillie WesternAnimation/SteamboatWillie by a month. The sound era of the series lasted around 120 shorts, including its sub-series. Paul Terry's Farmer Al Falfa was also a recurring star of the silent shorts, even appearing in a few of the early sound films before Terry, who had left to found [[TerryToons his own studio]], wrangled back the rights to the character.
14th Apr '17 8:51:16 AM fruitstripegum
Is there an issue? Send a Message


* AncientGreece: The setting of "Fiddlin' Fun".
* AnimateInanimateObject: The living clocks in "Grandfather's Clock", and the living kitchen appliances in "Picnic Panic".
* APirate400YearsTooLate: Even though most of the Cubby Bear cartoons are clearly set in the 1930's, there are pirates in "Bubbles and Troubles".



* ArtifactTitle: The Aesop's Fables sound films, which abandoned the format of the silent shorts (which were somewhat based on the actual fables and had "Aesops" at the end of each one) in favor of the musical gag cartoon format.



* AncientGreece: The setting of "Fiddlin' Fun".
* AnimateInanimateObject: The living clocks in "Grandfather's Clock", and the living kitchen appliances in "Picnic Panic".
* APirate400YearsTooLate: Even though most of the Cubby Bear cartoons are clearly set in the 1930's, there are pirates in "Bubbles and Troubles".
* ArtifactTitle: The Aesop's Fables sound films, which abandoned the format of the silent shorts (which were somewhat based on the actual fables and had "Aesops" at the end of each one) in favor of the musical gag cartoon format.
3rd Apr '17 9:33:16 PM TotemicHero
Is there an issue? Send a Message


--description cited from [[http://www.toonjet.com/blog/index.php/van_beuren_studios_lost_cartoon_treasure?blog=2 Toonjet.Com]].

to:

--description cited from [[http://www.toonjet.com/blog/index.php/van_beuren_studios_lost_cartoon_treasure?blog=2 Toonjet.Com]].
Toonjet.
12th Mar '17 5:34:44 PM nombretomado
Is there an issue? Send a Message


[[IThoughtItMeant Not to be]] [[NamesTheSame confused with]] THOSE [[TheMostPopularGirlsInSchool Van Burens!]], and DEFINITELY not to be confused with UsefulNotes/MartinVanBuren.

to:

[[IThoughtItMeant Not to be]] [[NamesTheSame confused with]] THOSE [[TheMostPopularGirlsInSchool [[WebAnimation/TheMostPopularGirlsInSchool Van Burens!]], and DEFINITELY not to be confused with UsefulNotes/MartinVanBuren.
19th Jan '17 11:50:30 AM Byzantine
Is there an issue? Send a Message


* FollowTheLeader: This was Van Beuren's greatest weakness as a studio; while their animation was as off the wall as you could get, their cartoons were very derivative of what other studios were doing, and they were clearly handicapped by their inability to create unique characters. Many of their early 30's cartoons take their surreal cues straight from their next door rival Fleischer Studios; "The Farmerette" even has an obvious BettyBoop stand in, even voiced by one of her actresses, Bonnie Poe. One of their sound fables, "Panicky Pup", is an obvious knockoff of Fleischer's [[WesternAnimation/SwingYouSinners "Swing, You Sinners!"]] Their Tom and Jerry is a flaccid attempt at a ComicStrip/MuttAndJeff-esque duo, and their Milton Mouse and Cubby Bear, as well as their interpretation of WesternAnimation/FelixTheCat, are obvious MickeyMouse knockoffs. Their Toddle Tale and some of their Rainbow Parade cartoons ride off the coat of Disney's SillySymphonies series.
19th Jan '17 11:49:14 AM Byzantine
Is there an issue? Send a Message


* ChannelHop: Of the pre-Tv variety; Felix was previously made by the Pat Sullivan studio and distributed by at least five different companies (Paramount, Winkler, Educational, First National and Copley Pictures). By 1936, Van Beuren licensed the character for their studio, and for that brief period they were distributed by RKO pictures.
19th Jan '17 11:40:15 AM Byzantine
Is there an issue? Send a Message


* AnimationBump / ArtEvolution: By the late 1933 to 1934 period, the studios animation was considerably improving over their earlier shorts. As early as "Sinister Stuff", the characters become noticeably less flat and more rounded and appealing. Then Burt Gillett got to the studio, and the animation improved even more.

to:

* AnimationBump / ArtEvolution: By the late 1933 to 1934 period, the studios studio's animation was considerably improving over their earlier shorts. As early as "Sinister Stuff", the characters become noticeably less flat and more rounded and appealing. Then Burt Gillett got to the studio, and the animation improved even more.
This list shows the last 10 events of 277. Show all.
http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/article_history.php?article=Creator.VanBeurenStudios