Thursday, September 21, 2017

cartoons I don't get 14

Punch October 6, 1925
Punch October 27, 1915
Adam, July 1973
It took a few tries for me to figure this one out. I know the idea is that you're hypnotized into forgetting you've taken the course and pay over and over again, I just think it should've been worded differently.
This Is It #22, mid 60s
The things people did when sex before marriage was the joke itself.
Good Humor, circa 1964
Why don't they have a doormat like everyone else?
Hello Buddies, June 1952
Hello Buddies, May 1955
Trump had this cartoon in his office when he was managing the Miss USA Pageant
side note: she has no belly-button
Laff, July 1952
Bill Wenzel
Punch October 27, 1915
Punch October 6, 1915
Playboy, January 1961
Pad June 1968
Nugget, February 1956

Wednesday, September 20, 2017

Jacky's Diary, 1 of 2

This next issue of Dell's Four-Color Comics, issue #1091 from June 1960, is based on the comic strip Jacky's Diary by Jack Mendelsohn, an extremely prolific comics and comedy writer that wrote for Jay Ward Productions, Three's Company, MAD, and so many other things. This comic reprinted his Sunday newspaper strip.
It was also a series of animated shorts. Here's one of them.

Monday, September 18, 2017

SurfToons #8, 3 of 3

You never know what will get the most hits. Sometimes it's only a few dozen and sometimes it's a few thousand. Since I started linking to this blog through social networks I've been getting a lot more. Last week, I got the second largest amount probably because I had early cartooning work in this magazine by Terry Gilliam. It can be found here. The previous part here has a strip by Gilbert Shelton. Now here the final part of Surf-Toons #8 from November 1967.
I didn't know last week but there a collection of Michael Dormer's strips that just came out from Fantagraphics.
Dennis Ellefson
Hank Hinton

Sunday, September 17, 2017

Rainy Day Sunshine Fun-Time Sunday Low-Res Cartoon Show #10

I couldn't find a host like I can when I play old records so I thought I could do the same with old cartoons as well. The rights are even more complicated here so I've gotten around it by only embedding things that have already been posted by someone else, absolving me altogether.

I take no responsibility for anything removed by the rightholders, watermarks from previous second-generation sources, editing, cropping, or other ways links that have been broken by parties other than me. Once in a while you'll come across offensive racial stereotypes. Remember the cartoon is about the story and not about them.

Beany and Cecil: A TRIP TO THE SCHMOON
Bob Clampett Productions, 1962 A GREEK TRAGEDY (Een Grieske Tragedie)
CineTe Productions (BE), 1985
dir: Nicole van Goethem
Academy Award winner Silly Symphonies: THREE ORPHAN KITTENS
Walt Disney Studios, 1935
dir: David Hand
Academy Award winner SOUND AND SMOKE (Schall und Rausch)
Fischerkösen-Filmstudio, 1933
dir:Hans Fischerkösen THE GALLANT LITTLE TAILOR
Primrose Productions, 1954
dirs: Lotte Reininger, Vivian Milroy HASHER'S DELIRIUM
Gaumont French, 1910
dir: Emil Cohl Pixie & Dixie: DINKY JINKS
Hanna-Barbera Studios, 1958
THE HOFFNUNG MAESTRO
Halas and Batchelor Cartoon Films, 1965
dirs: John Halas, Harold Whitaker Fractured Fairy Tales: PINNOCHIO
Jay Ward Productions, 1960 POPEYE THE LIFEGUARD
King Features TV Syndicate, 1960
dir: Jack Kinney PETER ROLEUM AND HIS COUSINS
Loucks and Norling Studios, 1939
dir: Joseph Losey SUMMERTIME
Celebrity Productions Inc., 1935
dir:Ub Iwerks EVERY CHILD
National Film Board of Canada, 1979
dir: Eugene Fedorenko
Academy Award winner Little Lulu: THE BABY SITTER
Famous Studios, 1947
dir: Seymour Kneitel

Saturday, September 16, 2017

Magic Whistle Radio Hour 143

Things I've collected over the years or acquired on mixtapes and comps or gathered from the internet or the library or my parents' attic. The different sources are the reason for the volume disparity. I make no claims to "discovering" or "owning" anything. Probably neither do you. It's whatever I feel like playing that week. Every Saturday. No repeats. Things that may or may not be familiar. Who knows? The time's next to each song in case you don't like something or it's icky or if you don't want your kids to hear it. Don't let offense at one song cloud your impression of the curation as a whole. Past weeks here too. Just type "Audio" in the search engine. Or if you're too lazy to press a button more than once, here's everything up to July 2017. You don't get the all playlists, though. You can right-click this if you want to save a zip file of this one (containing an mp3 of the file) for later. Here what information I was able to find:

0:00 ALMA COGAN- Go On By (1955)
2:30 THE GREENE COUNTY BOYS- Halitosis Beats No Breath At All
4:00 THE NORTH STAR KIDS CHORUS- Are You Ready For the Summer? (1979)
5:21 THE CARL STALLING ORCHESTRA- Variations on Johann Strauss<
6:53 THE BANGERS- Baby Let Me Bang Your Box (1965)
9:33 THE MISSISSIPPI SHEIKS- Driving That Thing (1930)
12:54 TRAILER- Beyond the Door 13:23 THREE PEA'S IN A PODD- Goin' Out of My Head
17:59 DON “PRETTY BOY” COVAY- Bip Bop Bip (1957)
19:48 TONY RANDALL- Lucky Lindy (1967)
21:50 TRAILER- Boris Karloff Show
22:54 FATS & THE CHESSMEN- Twistin' U. S. A.
   from LP Let's Twist, 1962

25:17 BUZZ CLIFFORD- Moving Day (1961)
27:25 DORIS DAY & MEL BLANC & JACK CARSON- Freddie Get Ready
   from My Dream Is Yours, 1949
30:19 UNKNOWN- Virgin Child of the Universe
32:51 CAROL DEENE- Growin' Up (1963)
34:45 PEARL TRIO- Why You No Knock (1947)
37:38 CHORDBLENDERS- I'm From New Jersey (1962)
   “Those that have heard I'M FROM NEW JERSEY agree that as a state song it has all the qualities one could desire. The words and music are simple and catchy and tell the world how the 'Garden Staters' feel about New Jersey in a bright and happy tempo [...]
   “Also, I”M FROM NEW JERSEY has been put to the test, and has come through with flying colors. The song was introduced during the Phillipsburg, NJ centennial celebration in the spring of 1961. TV and radio star Carmel Quinn, who headlined a week-long show, sang it nitely. The song was so well received that Phillipsburg adapted I'M FROM NEW JERSEY as their official town song in April 1961. Alpha and Milford, NJ liked the idea and celebrated their golden jubilee anniversaries with I'M FROM NEW JERSEY as their official song in the summer of 1961. And in the spring of 1962, Dunellen, NJ, also known as 'Railroadtown, USA' as the official song for their diamond jubilee, along with West Orange, NJ, who was celebrating their one-hundredth anniversary. It was also used on the Perry Como TV show, as his introductory theme to the state of New Jersey on January 3, 1962.
   “Other municipalities which have adopted or endorsed the song, although not celebrating, are Washington, Hackettstown, Belvidere, Flemington, Netcong, Lambertville, Lopatcong Twp., South Amboy, Secaucus, and South Brunswick, New Jersey. [...]
   “In 1964, New Jersey will mark its three-hundredth anniversary, which means that for three-hundred years, New Jerseyites have been proudly saying 'I'm from New Jersey' when asked where they're from. Perhaps now might be a good time to start singing it.”
Newark News staff correspondent
DICK HARPSTER
40:06 XAVIERA HOLLANDER- Michelle
   from LP Xaviera!, 1973
43:25 THE BEAU HUNKS ORCHESTRA- Cops
   from CD The Beau Hunks Play the Original Little Rascals Music, 1999

44:03 DELPHINE DESYEUX- Je Suis La Tigresse (1969)
47:02 ALLAN SHERMAN- A Waste of Money
49:11 ANDY DIO- Daisy Belle (1959)
51:03 EDGAR ALLAN & THE PO' BOYS- Panic Button (1962)
52:50 BABS GONZALES- Me Spelled M-E (1957)
56:03 EXXON SINGERS- We Got 'Em
   from LP The Spirit of Achievement, 1976

57:06 LARRY HART- A-Look-a Look-a (1957)
59:32 UNITED FRUIT COMPANY- Yes, We Have No Bananas