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    The Minneapolis Journal – 1938-03-27

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    Author: Gene Ahern, Carl Anderson, Ed Anthony, Branner, Loy Byrnes, Edwina Dumm, Carl Ed, Gus Edson, Zane Grey, Chester Gould, Bill Holman, Frank King, Ed Leffingwell, Lichty, J.P. McEvoy and J.H. Striebel, George McManus, Zack Mosley, Al Posen, Paul Robinson, Sidney Smith

    "Page 1Dick Tracy (Chester Gould).Page 3Henry (Carl Anderson)The Pussycat Princess (Ed Anthony)

    The Minneapolis Journal – undated

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    Author: Edwin Alger, Carl Anderson, Branner, Fanny Cory, Carl Ed, Gus Edson, Les Forgave, Zane Grey, King, Lichty, J. P. McEvoy and J. H. Striebel, George McManus, Paul Robinson, George Swan

    " Page 1Little Miss Muffet (Fanny Cory) - "Cook's Help"Etta Kett (Paul Robinson) - "The Life of Parents"The Gumps (Sidney Smith) - "Ma's Obsession"Ben Webster's Career (Edwin Alger) - "Checking Up"Winnie Winkle, the Breadwinner (Branner) - "Doubl..."

    The Minneapolis Tribune – 1937-07-04

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    Author: Harold Gray, Martha Orr, Alex Raymond, Russ Westover, Frank Willard

    "Page 1Apple Mary (Martha Orr)The Clue of the Copper Screen (Martha Orr)Page 3Jungle Jim (Alex Raymond)Flash Gordon (Alex Raymond)

    The Minneapolis Tribune – 1937-08-30

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    Author: Walt Disney, Charles Flanders, Fonteine Fox, Harold Gray, Jimmy Hatlo, Sol Hess, Martha Orr, E. C. Segar, Chic Young

    "Page 1The Nebbs (Sol Hess) - "Crushed"Secret Agent X9  (Charles Flanders) - "Answers to the G-Man's Questions"Popeye, the Sailorman (Segar) - "Poor Little Rich Boy"Blondie (Chic Young) - "Well, It Coulda Been a Centipeed!"Mickey Mouse (Walt Disney) ..."

    The Minneapolis Tribune – 1937-12-07

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    Author: Walt Disney, Charles Flanders, Fonteine Fox, Harold Gray, Jimmy Hatlo, Sol Hess, Martha Orr, E. C. Segar, Frank Willard, Chic Young

    "Page 1The Nebbs (Sol Hess)- "Independence"Secret Agent X9 (Charles Flanders) - "Trapped in the House of Mystery"Popeye, the Sailorman (Segar) - "The Goon-Catcher"Blondie (Chic Young) - "By Way of Verification"Mickey Mouse (Walt Disney) - "A Double in..."

    The Minneapolis Tribune – 1937-12-08

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    Author: Walt Disney, Charles Flanders, Fonteine Fox, Harold Gray, Jimmy Hatlo, Sol Hess, Martha Orr, E. C. Segar, Chic Young

    "Page 1The Neebs (Sol Hess) - "Money Shouts"Secret Agent x9 (Charles Flanders) - "A Startling Message" Popeye, the Sailorman (E.C. Segar) - "Goon-Bait"Blondie (Chic Young) - "Expressing His Feelings" Mickey Mouse (Walt Disney) - "A Surprising Denial..."

    The Minneapolis Tribune – 1938-03-27

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    Author: Billy DeBeck, Walt Disney, Fontaine Fox, Harold Gray, Sol Hess, Jim Murphy, Martha Orr, Alex Raymond, E.C. Segar, O. Soglow, Brandon Walsh, Frank Willard, Chic Young, Lyman Young

    "Page 1Sappo (E.C. Segar)Thimble Theatre (E.C. Segar)Page 3It's Papa Who Pays! (Jim Murphy)Toots and Casper (Jim Murphy)

    The Minneapolis Tribune – 1938-04-10

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    Author: Bill DeBeck, Walt Disney, Fontaine Fox, Sol Hess, Jimmy Murphy, Martha Orr, E.C. Segar, Clarence D. Russell, O. Soglow, Brandon Walsh, Russ Westover, Frank Willard, Chic Young, Lyman Young

    "Page 1 Tillie the Toiler (Russ Westover).Page 3Colonel Potterby and the Duchess (Chic Young)Blondie (Chic Young)

    The Minneapolis Tribune – 1938-04-17

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    Author: Bill DeBeck, Walt Disney, Fontaine Fox, Jimmy Murphy, Alex Raymond, Clarence D. Russell, E.C. Segar, O. Soglow, Brandon Walsh, Russ Westover, Frank Willard, Chic Young, Lyman Young

    "Page 1Sappo (E.C. Segar)Thimble Theatre (E.C. Segar)Page 3Bunky (Bill DeBeck)Barney Google (Bill DeBeck) 

    The Minneapolis Tribune – 1938-12-09

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    Author: Charles Flanders, Fontaine Fox, Harold Gray, Jimmy Hatlo, Sol Hess, Segar, Willard, Chic Young

    "Page 1The Neebs (Sol Hess) - "Friendly Enemies"Secret Agent X9 (Charles Flanders) - "A Microscopic Clue!"Popeye, the Sailorman (Segar) - "Caught With a Carrot"Blondie (Chic Young) - "It's Daisy's Inning"Little Orphan Annie (Harold Gray) - "The Ticket..."

    The Minneapolis Tribune – Undated

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    Author: Billy DeBeck, Martha Orr, E.C. Segar, Brandon Walsh, Chic Young, Lyman Young,

    "Page 1Thimble Theatre (E.C. Segar)Page 3Apple Mary (Martha Orr)

    The Tell-Tale Heart

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    Producer(s): John HubleyStephen Bosustow

    Release Date: 27/12/1953

    "Based on Edgar Allan Poe's short story of the same name. The caretaker of an old man suffers paranoid delusions surrounding his employer's blind eye. In a fit of rage, he murders the old man and hides his body under the floorboards. Facing police inv..."

    The Yogi Bear Show: Ring-a-Ding Picnic Basket

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    Producer(s): William HannaJoseph Barbera

    Release Date: 1961

    "Ranger Joe buys a new booby-trapped picnic basket to discourage Yogi Bear's picnic-stealing habits, but it's all for naught. However, when Yogi hears Ranger Joe talking on the phone about shooting an animal and shipping it to the zoo, he assumes that..."

    Three Little Pigs

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    Producer(s): Walt Disney

    Release Date: 27/05/1933

    "The story of the three little pigs with minor variations including the wolf's attempts to outsmart the pigs."

    Tom Sito

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    "Tom Sito is a highly influential American animator, animation historian and teacher, who has often been considered one of the key figures in the Disney Renaissance."

    Tommy Bond

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    "Tommy Bond was an American actor who got his start in the industry as a child at the age of 5. Bond passed away in 2005 due to heart disease. "

    Ub Iwerks Studio

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    "Ub Iwerks Studio was a short lived animation studio in the 1930s.  Ub Iwerks, one of the closest partners of Walt Disney in the 1920s, decided to open his own animation studio after he was offered financial support from Pat Powers. Flip the Frog was..."

    Unidentified Fiendish Object

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    Producer(s): William Hanna, Joseph Barbera

    Release Date: 15/10/1966

    "Buzz Conroy and Frankenstein Jr. face off against an evil alien and his robotic minion."

    Van Beuren Studios

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    "Van Beuren Studios was an animation studio in the 1930s.  After Paul Terry left Aesop's Fables Studio, due to a disagreement over sound with his partner, Amadee J. Van Beuren, Van Beuren reorganized the studio, prepared it for the production of soun..."

    Vladimir William (“Bill”) Tytla

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    "Vladimir Tytla worked as an animator for several studios, including his own. His happiest times, and best work, were done at Disney Studios where he felt a certain atmosphere of artistry and care for the animated product, which fed his deep interest ..."

    Walt Disney Studio

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    "Walt Disney's Studio first found its headquarters in Burbank, California. A personal winner of of twenty Academy Awards within his lifetime, with a total of 63 total nominations, as well as 4 Special or Honorary Oscars, Disney is remembered as an ico..."

    Ward Walrath Kimball

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    "Ward Kimball was a prolific animator for Walt Disney, part of the earliest team of core animators known as "Disney's Nine Old Men." While extremely influential, his importance in the early days of Disney has meant that biographers have encountered se..."

    What’s Opera, Doc?

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    Producer(s): Edward Seizer

    Release Date: 06/07/1957

    "In this parody of Wagner's The Ring Cycle, Elmer Fudd plays a viking endowed with a spear, magic helmet, and undying drive to kill the rabbit."

    William Hanna and Joseph Barbera

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    "William Hanna and Joseph Barbera were two animators from MGM who began their own animated television studio, Hanna-Barbera Productions; a studio which would dominate and transform the industry from the 60s to the end of the century.William Denby “B..."