Rel 7/20/46 - Prod M-4-15 - Rel 1478 - MPAA 10594 - LT (Blue/red rings) Dir: Robert Clampett - Story: Warren Foster - Anim: Rod Scribner, Manny Gould, J.C. Melendez, I. Ellis - Layouts And Backgrounds: Thomas McKimson, Philip DeGuard - VC: Mel Blanc - Music: Carl W. Stalling New Looney Tunes theme music on this cartoon, used until 1954. Some sources credit Robert McKimson with additional animation.
My papa, Rod Scribner- Rel 6/8/46 - Prod 1-16 - Rel 1461 - MPAA 10549 - LT (Blue/red rings) Dir: Robert Clampett - Anim: Manny Gould, Rod Scribner, C. Melendez - Layouts And Backgrounds: Thomas McKimson, Dorcy Howard - VC: Mel Blanc - Music: Carl W. Stalling
My papa, Rod Scribner- There was a brief moment in animation history when funny and sexy female characters were encouraged though, and that era coincided roughly with World War II. Some historians, like John Costello, have argued that the war represented the true beginnings of the sexual revolution in the United States. Notably Pat Matthews, Preston Blair, Rod Scribner, Fred Moore, and Milt Kahl, became known for their ability to handle women characters that were true cartoon creations.