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First of all, I boo-booed. It is the 6th, not the 8th! Way to go with my "starting a thread"! I'm surprised there isn't any discussion about it here. Figured I would at least provide the info... and stir up the conversation (if any). Jerry Beck will be involved here. The following links provide details: John Canemaker on Winsor McCay's pioneering landmarks (1911-1921) http://www.tcm.com/this-month/article.html?isPreview=&id=1033325|1035102&name=The-Cartoons-of-Winsor-McCay Tom Stathes on the John Bray studio (Paul Terry, Max & Dave Fleischer and Walter Lantz included) (1913-1927) http://cartoonresearch.com/index.php/bray-studios-on-tcm/ http://www.tcm.com/this-month/article.html?isPreview=&id=1033325|1035103&name=The-100th-Anniversary-of-Bray-Studios Steve Stanchfield on the Van Beuren studio (1928-1936) and Ted Eshbaugh's version of WIZARD OF OZ : http://cartoonresearch.com/index.php/van-beuren-cartoons-on-tcm/ http://www.tcm.com/this-month/article.html?isPreview=&id=1033325|1035104&name=Animation-from-Van-Beuren-Studios