tristar wrote:Don't you dare...
Why not? Would you rather do, talk about Phineas & Ferb? My Little Pony? :P
kaseykockroach wrote:Why not? Would you rather do, talk about Phineas & Ferb? My Little Pony? :P
Fibber Fox wrote:I'd rather answer the original question.
I suspect J.L. is correct. Saturday morning network cartoon shows featured the post-1948 Warners, meaning, of course, no Tashlin. The only place you'd see his cartoons is in the AAP packages, and they contained Blue Ribbons with no credits. And, as the '70s rolled around, stations didn't run black and whites, meaning some of Tashlin's cartoons didn't air.
Tashlin also didn't really have a long tenure at Warners to begin with.
J Lee wrote:If you mean his name, Tashlin had a lot of his color cartoons BRed, while his later ones that avoided that fate never carried his name to begin with, because they were released after he left Warner's for the final time (over half of his first directorial term at WB also were in the B&W Looney Tunes, which over the years tended to be less frequently shown than their color counterparts. And even after computer colorization, the pre-1938 LTs still look "weird" to people executing the normal Warners stylings and characters from the studio's heyday, so many of Frank's shorts from that period were in light rotation, if they were played at all).
looneyboy wrote:CN plays a lot of pre-48 cartoons. I guess it's just another example of CN's bad habbit of ignoring good cartoons that don't star Bugs Bunny.
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