Saturday Cartoon

Brian Zick

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Porky In WackylandDirected by Bob Clampett, this 1938 Warner Bros. Looney Tune contributed significantly to expanding the realm of imaginative possibility in filmmaking. The surrealist influence of Salvador Dali is rather quite evident. It was also a landmark in helping establish the "Warner Style" of comedy, in both inventiveness of story and sense of cartoon humor.Animation: Norman McCabe, I. Ellis Musical Direction: Carl Stalling

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