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One of the great animation directors, Oscar-winner Chuck Jones directed more than 300 cartoons during his 60-year career, creating such classic characters as the Road Runner, Wile E. Coyote and Pepe LePew, and making Dr. Seuss’s “How The Grinch Stole Christmas” a holiday TV tradition.
Join us for a demonstration of animation techniques along with a screening of a small sample of his cartoons:
"Bully for Bugs" (1952, 7 min.) On his way to the “big carrot festival” Bug Bunny gets lost and winds up in bullring that contains one very large and very angry bull.
"Ali Baba Bunny" (1957, 7 min.) Daffy Duck and Bugs Bunny dig their way to Baghdad only to find both treasure and danger upon arriving.
"Feed The Kitty" (1952, 7 min.) A bulldog forms a friendship with a kitten, but has to keep the unlikely bond hidden from his owner.
"One Froggy Evening" (1955, 7 min.) A man discovers a frog with the surprising talent of song and dance and sees potential profit - only to discover the frog will only sing and dance in front of him!
"Chariots of Fur" (1994, 6 min.) Wiley the Coyote once again is on the hunt to catch the illusive Road Runner.
"What's Opera Doc." (1957, 7 min.) Elmer Fudd is hunting Bug Bunny, except this time the hunt is placed within the context of a Richard Wagner Opera.
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