CHUCK AMUCK PDF

I would watch with my dad, who had also watched them when he was a kid. Unlike other television from his childhood era like Honeymooners or Andy Griffith Show or cowboy serials , these cartoons rarely felt outdated with the exception of some troubling racial and gender stereotypes and tropes. What I liked about these cartoons Warner Brothers cartoons were a very important part of my childhood. What I liked about these cartoons was of course the humor and the characterization, but also specifically the fact that a lot of the humor was so absurd, and the backgrounds so weird and avant garde.

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I would watch with my dad, who had also watched them when he was a kid. Unlike other television from his childhood era like Honeymooners or Andy Griffith Show or cowboy serials , these cartoons rarely felt outdated with the exception of some troubling racial and gender stereotypes and tropes. What I liked about these cartoons Warner Brothers cartoons were a very important part of my childhood.

What I liked about these cartoons was of course the humor and the characterization, but also specifically the fact that a lot of the humor was so absurd, and the backgrounds so weird and avant garde. There was a formula Elmer chases Bugs; Coyote chases Roadrunner; Sylvester chases Tweety; Pepe chases the cat but even within these repetitions, there was so much invention. I particularly enjoyed him talking about character development and about how everything comes from character. I also liked his comparative anatomy drawings of different animals, both realistic and animated.

And, of course all these men were also white. I get it, it was just how things were. But from the perspective of now, it makes my fave feel more problematic. Sometimes seeing behind the scenes means seeing behind the veil. Jones delves into his life though not in great detail or in any real order. He talks about his work though there are large blanks. He talks about the evolution of the Warner Cartoon characters And some about his theories of art This time around I read it in little bits here and there as I had a bit of time.

And it worked pretty well that way. Kind of like a Looney Tunes cartoon. Although, Chuck and I completely agree Apr 22, Robert J. Sullivan rated it really liked it Part autobiography, part history, part lessons in animation and characterization, part tribute to the people he worked with and created, this is a delightful excursion into the life of someone who has made me laugh as long as I can remember. Chuck created Wile E. Some people may quite passages from Shakespeare or Kipling: I think i can do a word-for-word Part autobiography, part history, part lessons in animation and characterization, part tribute to the people he worked with and created, this is a delightful excursion into the life of someone who has made me laugh as long as I can remember.

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Chuck Amuck: The Life and Time of an Animated Cartoonist

As he thrusts the foil and advances, the background abruptly disappears, leaving a plain white screen. Confused by this, Daffy turns to the animator and asks them to complete the scenery. However, instead of a castle from the original scene, the animator paints a farm scene. Daffy returns and starts to repeat his musketeer opening, but quickly notices the different background. He walks off screen and returns dressed as a farmer, while singing a version of " Old MacDonald Had a Farm ", but a few seconds later, the scene segues into an Arctic backdrop; Daffy changes into winter clothes and skies through the snow to " Jingle Bells " and into a Hawaiian setting.

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