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TOONS GONE WILD! Rare Cartoon Screenings in New York City!

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    Special showings of RARE cartoons!

    December 26th & 27th, 2003 • in New York!


    Unseen! Uncut! Uncensored!!

    This amazing screening series of rare cartoons from one of the most extensive private collections of 16mm cartoons in the country (the archives of cartoon researcher Collin Kellogg), comes to a wild conclusion this Friday and Saturday night at the Pioneer Theatre in the world famous East Village of New York City.
    This is the last opportunity for New Yorkers to see vintage "golden age" cartoons that are rarely shown anywhere the way they were meant to be seen -- on the big screen!
    Many have not been shown on TV since the 1950s and are unlikely to ever be available on DVD.
    A special ToonTalk will follow immediately after each screening.

    Fri Dec 26th - 10PM
    Dig deep into the footnotes in the history of animation and see some of the rarest of the rare toons you have never even heard of from the most obscure studios and maverick independents of Toon Town. These are some of the most bizarre cartoons ever made! Not for the faint hearted!

    1. Snowman in July (Der Schneemann [The Snowman]) (1943) Nazi Germany
    Hans Fischer-Kosen
    2. The Snow Man (1933) Ted Eshbaugh/Invincible
    Ted Eshbaugh
    3. Mendelssohn's Spring Song (circa 1931) Jingles
    Sy Young
    4. Festival of Spring (circa 1940)
    5. A Busy Day (1939) Cartoon Films, Ltd.
    Gran'pop Monkey
    Paul Fennell
    6. The Wizard of Oz (1933) Ted Eshbaugh & J.R. Booth
    Ted Eshbaugh
    7. The Museum (1930) Charles Mintz Studio/RKO
    Toby the Pup
    Dick Huemor & Sid Marcus
    8. No Fare (1933) Harry Kahne
    Goofy Gus and His Omnibus
    Monte Collins
    9. The Hobo Hero (1936) Metropolitan Films/GAG Films
    Piccolo Pete with Tillie Twitch
    Les Elton
    10. Monkeydoodle (circa1932) Jacques Kopfstein
    Simon the Monk
    Les Elton
    11. The Magnetic Menace (1957) Robert D. Buchanan, Miami, Fla.
    Col. Bleep
    12. Don't Walk Away (1980) Don Bluth Prod.
    Excerpt from XANADU
    Don Bluth
    13. What Shall We Do Now (1982)
    Excerpt from PINK FLOYD THE WALL
    Gerald Scarfe

    Sat Dec 27th - 6PM
    Capitalism at its finest featuring schoolroom and industrial propaganda realized through the medium of animation. This is a revealing peek into the American psyche of the past. Don't be surprised if you actually learn something, either intentionally or unintentionally!

    1. History of Aviation (1943) Walt Disney
    David Hand
    2. Flight Safety--After the Cut (1946) U.S. Navy/UPA?
    3. The Family Album (circa 1930) Audio Cinema/Western Electric/Terrytoons
    Paul Terry & Frank Moser
    4. Tune In Tomorrow (1954) UPA
    CBS Radio Network
    5. The Story of Menstruation (1946) Walt Disney
    International Cellu-Cotton Co./Kotex Products
    6. Minitoons Presents Pebble Punch (circa 1955) Coca-Cola
    7. Cops and Robbers / 8. A Squirt in Time / 9. The Oilympic Games Endurance Relay (circa 1937) Cartoon Films, Ltd.
    Golden Shell Motor Oil
    Ub Iwerks?
    10. The Brookfield Belles Present A Date with Kate (circa 1937) Cartoon Films, Ltd.
    Swift's Brookfield Butter
    Ub Iwerks?
    11. A is for Atom (1951) John Sutherland Prod.
    Audio-Visual Communications Section General Electric Co.
    Carl Urbano
    12. Duck and Cover (1946?) Archer Prod.
    U.S. Government Civil Defense Administration

    The Two Boots Pioneer Theater
    155 East 3rd Street (at Avenue A)
    New York, NY 10009
    (212) 254-3300
    More info at the Two Boots website <http://www.twoboots.com/pioneer/>

    F train to 2nd Ave
    6 train to Bleeker St
    Tickets: $9.00

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