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Chuck Jones [videorecording] : extremes & inbetweens, a life in animation
produced & directed by Margaret Selby ; written by Greg Ford, Margaret Selby ; a co-production of CAMI Spectrum, Thirteen/WNET New York, R.M. Associates ; in association with Fireworks Entertainment, Inc.
 
Location
   
Online
       
Design Library Call Number
  Media Collection NC1766 .U52 J663 2002 (Browse Shelf) Available
Details
Other Titles
  • Chuck Jones tutorial : tricks of the cartoon trade.
  • Duck Dodgers in the 24 1/2th century.
  • Extremes & inbetweens : a life in animation
  • Feed the kitty.
  • Life in animation
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Series
Description
  • ISBN: 0780639596
  • ISBN: 9780780639591
  • UPC: 085391885825
  • OCLC Number: 51006471
Notes
  • Performer Credits: With Chuck Jones.
  • Credits: Director of photography, Mead Hunt ; edited by Steven Wechsler.
  • Originally produced as an episode of the television program Great performances in 2000.
  • Special features: "A Chuck Jones tutorial : tricks of the cartoon trade" featurette (13 min.); pencil test for dance sequence in "Mississippi Hare" (1 min.); rare "Grinch" pencil-test footage (7 min.); "Feed the kitty" cartoon (1952, 7 min.); "Duck Dodgers in the 24 1/2th century" cartoon (1953, 7 min.).
  • Closed-captioned.
  • In English; optional subtitles in English, French or Spanish.
  • Not rated Warner Home Video.
  • DVD, region 1; Dolby digital stereo.
Table of Contents

All my favorites -- Early years -- Cell-washer to director -- The Dover boys -- Bugs Bunny -- Daffy Duck -- Genre parodist -- Pepé Le Pew -- Hubie & Bertie; the three bears -- Wile E. Coyote & Road Runner -- Animation process -- Backgrounds -- Timing and dialogue -- Animators; expressions -- Music -- Rabbit of Seville -- What's opera, Doc? -- The dot and the line -- How the Grinch stole Christmas -- Elder statesman -- One froggy evening -- End credits.
History
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