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Rocky and Bullwinkle creator Alex Anderson dies.

Discussion in 'The OT' started by yosoyellobo, Oct 25, 2010.

  1. yosoyellobo

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    http://www.time.com/time/arts/article/0,8599,2027264,00.html

    I remember going to a video store and renting video about Rocky and Bullwinkle. The clerk ask me if they were for my kid but no they were for me. Never heard of Alex Anderson before but I am sure I will not forget him now.

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  3. AntAltMike

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    RIP and Thank You!
     
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    Wanna see me pull a rabbit outta my hat - Look...nothin up my sleeve... :D

    Good times growing up with this kinda stuff - good clean fun.

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    Lots of fun for the kids but actually very sophisticated humor.

    --- CHAS
     
  7. Cholly

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    I faithfully watched Rocky and Bullwinkle and other Jay Ward productions, including Fractured Fairy Tales and Dudley Doright back in the day. Great fun.
    But I wasn't aware of Alex Anderson.
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  8. matt

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    Now on to somewhere we hope you really like.

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    A couple of decades ago, I saw a former Disney cartoonist as a guest on a talk show, and he said that when Disney hired cartoonists, he told them in no uncertain words that they were NOT going to become famous, and that if they did anything to publicly take credit for their contributions, they'd be fired. The only thing they were allowed to do in public was to heap praise on Walt.
     

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