A Bite-sized Look at Disney's The Great Mouse Detective
A brief glimpse into the making of The Great Mouse Detective (1986).
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Tex Avery: The King of Cartoons Documentary
A great documentary about the animation legend, Tex Avery.
Includes interviews with people that knew and worked with him through the years, including Chuck Jones.
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The Making of Rock and Rule
A behind the scenes look about the making of the major flop, but major cult classic animated film Rock and Rule (1983).
Featuring interviews with the directors, animators, and the famous musicians who contributed songs for the movie.
UPLOADER: "Musta Costa Fortune" on Youtube
Moving Atoms: Making The World's Smallest Movie
Behind the scenes of IBM's stop motion short film made entirely out of atoms, A Boy and His Atom: The World's Smallest Movie.
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The Making of Weird Al Yankovic's Jurassic Park Music Video
Entertainment Tonight's coverage of the making of Weird Al Yankovic's stop-motion animated music video made inside a residential house for his song Jurassic Park.
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How Walt Disney Cartoons are Made
R.K.O. Pictures' brilliant black and white coverage from 1937 promoting Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs.
Covering the work at Walt Disney Studios at the time on the production of the film and the studio's shorts from start to finish.
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Chuck Jones Drawing Bugs Bunny
Excerpt from Chuck Amuck: The Life and Times of an Animated Cartoonist (1991) of Chuck Jones showing his approach to drawing Bugs Bunny.
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Sylvain Chomet Talks About Making his Simpsons Couch Gag
Sylvain Chomet, Triplets of Belleville (2003) and The Illusionist (2010), talks about the hand-drawn process used to create his surreal Simpsons couch gag from 2014.
A half-hour documentary about the start and success of The Powerpuff Girls.
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Seth MacFarlane Interview when he was 25
An interview from 1999, a week before Family Guy would premiere on FOX, a rather geeky looking Seth MacFarlane and his mother are interviewed about the two-million dollar deal for the series. Along with an inside look at early table reads, people working on the animation, storyboards, and stories from MacFarlane's youth.
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