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TCM Back To The Drawing Board 10/6/14


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Looking foward to the upcoming evening of rare classic animation on Monday the 6th of October.My friends, Tom Stathes and Steve Stansfield will appear with Robert Osborne that night to introduce rare silent and sound cartoons.I urge everyone who loves classic animation to tune in that night and hope that TCM will show more animation in the future.

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Article on Back To The Drawing Board

http://www.tcm.com/this-month/article/1033325|0/Back-to-the-Drawing-Board-10-6.html

 

(ALL but one of the shorts are premieres)

 

8:00 PM
C- 113 min
shorts compilation

Animated compilation: Gertie the Dinosaur (1914), Little Nemo (1911), How a Mosquito Operates (1912), The Sinking of the Lusitania (1918), Bug Vaudeville (1921), The Pet (1921), The Flying House (1921), The Centaurs (1921), Gertie on Tour (1921) and Flip's Circus (1921).

 
9:45 PM
58 min
shorts compilation

Animated compilation: The Artist's Dream (1913), How Animated Cartoons are Made (1919), Farmer Alfafa Sees New York (1916), The Circus (1920), The Mad Locomotive (1922), A Fitting Gift (1920), The Best Mouse Loses (1920), Colonel Heeza Liar, Detective (1923), Bobby Bump's Pup Gets the Flea-Enza (1919) and Dinky Doodle in Lost and Found (1926).

 
widescreen close captioned
11:00 PM
C- 59 min
shorts compilation

Animated compilation: The Fly's Bride (1929), A Swiss Trick (1931), Silvery Moon (1933), Rough on Rats (1933), A Little Bird Told Me (1934), The Wizard of Oz (1933), The Sunshine Makers (1935) and Pastry Town Wedding (1934).

 

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Wish Mr. Canemaker could've had more time to talk about Winsor McCay.

After seeing his work, I'm pretty sure he had some....uh, psychological issues AND a pretty interesting history also.

http://www.tcm.com/this-month/article.html?isPreview=&id=1033325|1035102&name=The-Cartoons-of-Winsor-McCay

 

Think a month's Friday Spotlight on Animation would be a great idea! :)

 

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I'm on the West Coast and I'm just getting a repeat of the Winsor Mcay hour. I have been looking forward to this line-up for weeks. I wonder what happened!

Same on the East Coast.  I've already sent an email via the "Contact Us" link at the bottom of TCM.com; is there any other (or better) way to get in touch with them about this mistake?

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Such a disappointment! Hopefully it will be rescheduled in January, though it's too bad that we'd have to wait that long. I doubt they'll be preempting anything on the schedule to make up for this, so better late than never. (Maybe if they hurried they could schedule it over Prince Achmed, since it aired recently anyway, but that's doubtful, hah.)

 

If they scheduled it in January and put another day of animated films around it I'd reconcile...

 

Please stick it on demand, anyway.

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Just spreading the news, in case there's anyone following just this thread and missed the update elsewhere on the board: TCM has rescheduled "Animation from Van Beuren Studios" for midnight on December 7th, 2014: It's also available via the Watch TCM app.

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