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eBook Television Cartoon Shows: An Illustrated Encyclopedia, 1949 Through 1993 ePub

by Hal Erickson

  • ISBN: 0786400293
  • Category: Humanities
  • Subcategory: Other
  • Author: Hal Erickson
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Mcfarland & Co Inc Pub (August 1995)
  • Pages: 659
  • ePub book: 1158 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1559 kb
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  • Rating: 4.2
  • Votes: 723

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In 1949 the first made-for-television cartoon series debuted on a major network. Tele-Comics embraced the popular cliffhanger serial genre, using nonmoving comic strip panels and a handful of radio actors to produce a show at a fraction of the cost accrued by a live show.

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Tele-Comics embraced the popular cliffhanger serial genre, using nonmoving comic strip panels and a handful of radio actors to produce a show at a fraction of the cost accrued by a live show. Despite the success of Tele-Comics and a few other such shows, television cartoons languished until 1954 when Walt Disney produced Disneyland.

This comprehensive reference to TV cartoon shows covers some 75 years . In the ten-year period from 1993 through 2003, nearly 450 new cartoon series have premiered in the . The encyclopedia is published as a set of two volumes. He has also written several books relating to the history of movies and television as well as many media articles for Encyclopædia Britannica YouTube Encyclopedic. Television Cartoon Shows: an Illustrated Encyclopedia, 1949 through 2003, (2 vols. 2005, ISBN 0-7864-2099-5. Religious Radio and Television in the United States, 1921-1991: the Programs and Personalities, Jefferson, . Holly Gauthier-Frankel. This reference to TV cartoon shows covers some 75 years. "-Provided by publisher.

In 1949 the first made-for-television cartoon series debuted on a major network. Tele-Comics embraced the popular cliffhanger serial genre, using nonmoving comic strip panels and a handful of radio actors to produce a show at a fraction of the cost accrued by a live show. Despite the success of Tele-Comics and a few other such shows, television cartoons languished until 1954 when Walt Disney produced Disneyland. From such pioneers as Tele-Comics and Crusader Rabbit to modern fare such as X-Men and Beavis and Butthead, this is the first reference book to detail animated cartoons made exclusively for television from 1949 through 1993. Each entry includes the show's title, network, studios and full production information when available. An essay blending plot description, critical commentary, and background information is also provided for each cartoon. A discussion of the voice artist concludes the work.

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Gribandis Gribandis
This is the book on tv cartoons that I've always craved. It lists the cartoons alphabeticly and keeps related shows together in the same listing (example: The Archie Show,Everything's Archie, U.S. of Archie,et al).under each listing are the running dates, behind-the-scenes people, the characters and the voices behind them, and the story behind each. I really like the fact that Hal Erickson took the time to find the facts and stories behind each toon,and if it takes five pages to tell that story,so be it.
Erickson took four years compilling this collection and he lays it on the line if the toon deserves a sour note. The book covers the years 1949 through 1993. There's a lot of great history leading up to the show listings. There's a boatload of memories packed into this encyclopedia. If you've ever been curious about the pioneer days of Saturday morning tv,this is the place to start learning.
Macill Macill
This is one of those spectacular books that comes along every few years. It's complete, well-written, doesn't take itself too seriously (after all, it IS about cartoons!), & offers an expert's personal point of view (the author's) in addition to presenting all the factual details. My only complaint is that I wish the author had included entries for movie cartoon characters as well. Some of the cartoon characters included here originated in the movies (for example, Popeye, Woody Woodpecker), but are included here for various reasons that the author explains. Other movie characters, such as my personal favorite (Betty Boop) are omitted because the don't meet the criterion for inclusion. Mr. Erickson, please follow-up on this great book by writing one about the movie cartoon characters that are omitted here!
Buriwield Buriwield
It's a very good book. But if you want a book with all of today's cartoons you wouldn't find many here. A must-read if you have lived under a rock since 12/31/93(the book's cuttoff date).
Walan Walan
As a cartoon aficionado, I find that Hal Erickson's book about Television Cartoon Shows is a wonderfully written book! The majority of the cartoon shows listed in this book were the staple of my childhood, as I've watched on Television growing up! I have an updated edition of this fascinating book, along with a softcover edition of the Encyclopedia of Animated Cartoons by Jeff Lenburg! One of the cartoon series that I enjoyed reading about was "Wait Till Your Father Gets Home". The author had mentioned that this particular cartoon was influenced by Norman Lear's "All in the Family". And after watching this cartoon again on DVD, nothing can be further from the truth!