CAL HOWARD

08.12.2016 18:25


Amazing Animators no. 23



CAL HOWARD



Calvin Henry Howard nasce a Los Angeles il 24 marzo 1911 da Samuel L. Howard e Mabel Coates. Studia alla Lincoln High School.


Il suo esordio nel settore dell'animazione, come sceneggiatore e animatore, avviene allo studio di Walter Lantz nel 1928. Circa un anno dopo Howard passa allo Studio Disney, poi si unisce a Ub Iwerks, collaborando con lui fino al 1936.


Il 30 aprile 1934 sposa a Los Angeles Ellen Marie Farrell. Il figlio Jack seguirà in parte le orme paterne, diventando produttore di spot pubblicitari televisivi.


Dopo un breve ritorno da Walter Lantz, nel 1936-38 è in forza allo Studio di Leon Schlesinger presso la Warner Bros. Come animatore, sceneggiatore e regista (con Cal Dalton), lavora su vari cortometraggi delle serie Merrie Melodies e Looney Tunes, occupandosi tra l'altro di Porky Pig e Egghead. Tra l'altro dà la voce a Gabby Goat in Get Rich Quick Porky. Il periodo alla Warner Bros. è inframmezzato da alcuni mesi trascorsi presso la Columbia/Screen Gems nel 1937.


Verso la fine del 1938 Howard torna brevemente da Walter Lantz, poi si reca a Miami per lavorare presso lo studio dei fratelli Fleischer, dove contribuisce tra l'altro ai lungometraggi Gulliver's Travels (dove serve da modello per il Principe David, dandogli anche la voce, 1939) e Mr. Bug Goes to Town (1941).


Tornato in California, nel 1941 è capo-sceneggiatore alla MGM per i cortometraggi di Tom & Jerry, poi di nuovo da Lantz, poi scrive gag per gli spettacoli radiofonici di Red Skelton e Abbott and Costello (Gianni e Pinotto) per la NBC. Collabora con Lou Bunin per il lungometraggio Ziegfeld Follies (1946), poi, dopo un altro breve periodo alla Warner Bros., trascorre quattro anni alla Columbia/Screen Gems, dove sceneggia, tra gli altri, i cortometraggi di The Fox and the Crow e dà la voce a un piccione in Cockatoos for Two (1947).


Tra il 1946 e il 1948 scrive le sue prime storie a fumetti per i Sangor Studios, che le fa pubblicare da ACG e Better/Standard. Prosegue scrivendo alcune storie di Bugs Bunny per Dell (c.1948-52) e numerose di Bob Hope, Sgt. Bilko e altri personaggi per DC Comics (1950-64).


Nel 1949 è di nuovo alla Warner Bros., poi lascia temporaneamente l'animazione e la California per trasferirsi a New York e lavorare alla NBC come produttore associato e sceneggiatore fino al 1953. Partecipa al progetto Telecomics, scrivendo sceneggiature per veri e propri "fumetti in TV", e contribuisce a diversi show televisivi quali Broadway Open House (presentato da Jerry Lester e Morey Amsterdam), The Johnny Dugan Show e Today. Poi scrive un episodio di The Bob Crosby
Show
per la CBS.


Tornato in California nel 1954, contribuisce agli show TV Truth or Consequences e Funny Boners per la Ralph Edwards Productions.


Nel 1958 contribuisce al curioso The Adventures of Super Pup, prodotto e co-sceneggiato da Whitney Ellsworth. Il pilot vede protagonista una versione canina di Superman (il cui alias è Bark Bent), interpretata con maschera e costume dall'attore Billy Curtis.


Successivamente Howard torna all'animazione, stavolta per la TV, contribuendo al Deputy Dawg Show (1959-61) presso lo studio Terrytoons. Per la Jack Kinney Productions scrive poi tre cortometraggi di Popeye (1960), per la UPA contribuisce al Dick Tracy Show (1961), per la Format Films a The Alvin Show (1961). Nel 1963-64 è di nuovo da Walter Lantz, dove sceneggia cortometraggi di Woody Woodpecker e Chilly Willy e crea Inspector Willoughby e The Beary Family. Pur continuando a scrivere sceneggiature per Lantz fino al 1972, Howard è attivo anche con gli studi di Ed Graham (Linus! The Lionhearted, 1964) e De Patie-Freleng (1966-69). Per quest'ultimo scrive la maggior parte dei cortometraggi con Daffy Duck e Speedy Gonzales e crea serie quali Merlin the Magic Mouse, Cool Cat e Bunny and Claude.


Nel 1974 Howard lascia nuovamente l'animazione per accettare l'incarico di direttore delle sceneggiature per le storie a fumetti che lo Studio Disney produce per l'esportazione oltreoceano. In realtà Howard collabora a questa produzione da diversi anni, ma dal 1974 al 1987 (anno del suo ritiro) crea e sceneggia diverse serie, quali la parodistica Disney Goofy Classics, dove Pippo reinterpreta a modo suo personaggi storici e letterari. Mentre è in forza allo Studio Disney contribuisce anche al cortometraggio promozionale Foods and Fun: A Nutrition Adventure (1980).


Nel 1980 riceve lo Winsor McCay Award e il Lifetime Achievement Award da parte della International Animated Film Society (ASIFA).


Howard scompare a Woodland Hills, California, il 10 settembre 1993. Ha 82 anni. È sepolto nel cimitero di Mission Hills.




Calvin Henry Howard was born in Los Angeles on March 24, 1911 to Samuel L. Howard and Mabel Coates. He studied at Lincoln High School.

His debut in the animation industry, as a writer and animator, took place at the Walter Lantz studio in 1928. About a year later, Howard entered the Disney Studio, then joined Ub Iwerks, working with him until 1936.

He married Ellen Marie Farrell in Los Angeles on April 30, 1934. His son Jack would partly follow in his father's footsteps, becoming a TV commercials producer.

After a brief return at Walter Lantz's, in 1936-38, Howard joined the Leon Schlesinger Studio at Warner Bros. As an animator, screenwriter and director (with Cal Dalton), he worked on various Merrie Melodies and Looney Tunes shorts, dealing with Porky Pig and Egghead among others. He also dubbed Gabby Goat in Get Rich Quick Porky. His first stint at Warner Bros. was interspersed with a few months spent at Columbia/Screen Gems in 1937.

Towards the end of 1938 Howard was briefly back at Walter Lantz's, then he went to Miami to work at the Fleischer brothers' studio, where he contributed among other things to feature films Gulliver's Travels (also serving as a model for, and voicing Prince David, 1939) and Mr. Bug Goes to Town (1941).

Back in California, in 1941 he was head-writer at MGM for the Tom & Jerry shorts, then went back to Lantz's, then wrote gags for radio shows starring Red Skelton
and Abbott and Costello for NBC. He collaborated with Lou Bunin for the feature film Ziegfeld Follies (1946), then, after another brief stint at Warner Bros., he spent four years at Columbia/Screen Gems, where he wrote, among others, Fox and Crow shorts of and dubbed a pigeon in Cockatoos for Two (1947).

Between 1946 and 1948 he wrote his first comic stories for Sangor Studios, which were published by ACG and Better/Standard. He then wrote a few Bugs Bunny stories for Dell (c.1948-52) and numerous stories starring Bob Hope, Sgt. Bilko and other characters for DC Comics (1950-64).

In 1949 he was back at Warner Bros., then he temporarily left the animation field and California, moving to New York to work at NBC as an associate producer and writer until 1953. He took part in the Telecomics project, writing scripts for veritable "comics on TV," and contributed to several TV shows such as Broadway Open House (by Jerry Lester and Morey Amsterdam), The Today Show and Johnny Dugan. Then he wrote an episode of the Bob Crosby Show for CBS.

He returned to California in 1954, contributing to the TV shows Truth or Consequences and Funny Boners for Ralph Edwards Productions.

In 1958 he contributed to the curious The Adventures of Super Pup, produced and co-written by Whitney Ellsworth. The pilot starred a canine version of Superman (whose alias is Bark Bent), played by Billy Curtis.

Subsequently Howard returned to animation, this time for TV, contributing to the Deputy Dawg Show (1959-61) at the Terrytoons studio. For Jack Kinney Productions then he wrote three Popeye shorts (1960), contributed to the Dick Tracy Show (1961) for UPA, and to The
Alvin Show
(1961) at Format Films. In 1963-64 he was working at Walter Lantz's, where he wrote Woody Woodpecker and Chilly Willy shorts and created Inspector Willoughby and The Beary Family. While continuing to write screenplays for Lantz until 1972, Howard was also active at
the Ed Graham (Linus! The Lionhearted, 1964) and De Patie-Freleng (1966-69) studios. For the latter he wrote most of the Daffy Duck and Speedy Gonzales shorts  and created such series as Merlin the Magic Mouse, Cool Cat and Bunny and Claude.

In 1974, Howard again left the animation to accept the post of Script Director for the comic stories that the Disney Studio produced for overseas export. Howard had actually contributed to this production for several years, yet from 1974 to 1987 (the year of his retirement) he created and wrote several series, such as the Disney Goofy Classics parodies, where Goofy reinterpreted historical and literary characters in his own very special way. While at the Disney Studio, he also contributed to the promotional short Foods and Fun: A Nutrition Adventure
(1980).

In 1980 he received the Winsor McCay Award and the Lifetime Achievement Award from the International Animated Film Society (ASIFA).

Howard passed away in Woodland Hills, California, on September 10 1993. He was 82 years old. He is buried in the Mission Hills cemetery.


Tex Avery Ed Benedict Cal Howard



FILMOGRAFIA / FILMOGRAPHY


Studio: WALTER LANTZ 1928

Animatore, Sceneggiatore / Animator, Story

1928-1929 Oswald the Rabbit


Studio: DISNEY 1929-1930

Sceneggiatore, Storyboards / Story, Storyboards

1929-1930 Cortometraggi non identificati / Unidentified Shorts


Studio: IWERKS 1930-1934

Sceneggiatore, Storyboards / Story, Storyboards

1931-1933 Flip the Frog

1933-1934 Willie Whopper

1933-1935 Comicolor Cartoons


Studio: WALTER LANTZ 1934

Sceneggiatore, Storyboards / Story, Storyboards

1935-1935 Cortometraggi non identificati / Unidentified Shorts


Studio: IWERKS 1934-1935

Sceneggiatore, Storyboards / Story, Storyboards

00/00/1935 Comicolor Cartoons


Studio: SCHLESINGER/WARNER BROS. 1935-1937

Storyboards

06/01/1936 Golddiggers of '49 [Looney Tunes - Porky Pig]


Animatore / Animator

27/03/1937 The Fella with the Fiddle [Merrie Melodies]

 

Sceneggiatore, Storyboards / Story, Storyboards

28/08/1937 Get Rich Quick Porky [Porky Pig]



Studio: COLUMBIA/SCREEN GEMS 1937

Sceneggiatore, Storyboards / Story, Storyboards

05/11/1937 The Little Match Girl [Color Rhapsodies]


Studio: SCHLESINGER/WARNER BROS. 1937-1938

Sceneggiatore, Storyboards / Story, Storyboards

06/11/1937 Little Red Walking Hood [Looney Tunes - Egghead]



12/03/1938 The Sneezing Weasel [Merrie Melodies]


Co-Regista / Co-Director

19/03/1938 Porky's Phoney Express [Porky Pig]

11/06/1938 Katnip Kollege [Merrie Melodies]

27/08/1938 A-Lad-in-Bagdad [Merrie Melodies - Egghead]



Studio: WALTER LANTZ 1938

Sceneggiatore, Storyboards / Story, Storyboards

18/04/1939 Crackpot Cruise [Car-Tune Comedy]

 

Studio: FLEISCHER 1938-1941

Sceneggiatore, Storyboards / Story, Storyboards

22/12/1939 Gulliver's Travels



09/05/1941 Sneak Snoop and Snitch [Animated Antics]

19/09/1941 I'll Never Crow Again [Popeye]

04/12/1941 Mr. Bug Goes to Town

19/12/1941 Nix on Hypnotricks [Popeye]


Studio: MGM 17/05/1941-1942

Capo-sceneggiatore, Storyboards / Story Director,
Storyboards

11/11/1941 The Flying Bear [Barney Bear]

17/01/1942 Fraidy Cat [Tom and Jerry]

20/03/1942 The Bear and the Beavers [Barney Bear]

06/05/1942 Puss 'n' Toots [Tom and Jerry]

07/07/1942 The Bowling Alley-Cat [Tom and Jerry]


Studio: WALTER LANTZ 1943-1944

Sceneggiatore, Storyboards / Story, Storyboards

1944-1945 Cortometraggi non identificati /
Unidentified Shorts


Studio: LOU BUNIN 1945

Sceneggiatore, Storyboards / Story, Storyboards

22/03/1946 Ziegfeld Follies


Studio: WARNER BROS. c.1946

Sceneggiatore, Storyboards / Story, Storyboards


Studio: COLUMBIA/SCREEN GEMS c.1946-48

18/04/1946 Kongo-Roo [Phantasy]

06/06/1946 Snap Happy Traps [Phantasy]

04/07/1946 The Schooner the Better [Phantasy]

09/01/1947 Loco Lobo [Color Rhapsody]

19/01/1947 Fowl Brawl [Phantasy]

06/02/1947 Uncultured Vulture [Phantasy]

00/02/1947 Cockatoos for Two

20/03/1947 Wacky Quacky

29/03/1947 Mother Hubba Hubba Hubbard [Color Rhapsody]

15/05/1947 Leave Us Chase It [Phantasy]

05/06/1947 Tooth or Consequences [The Fox and the Crow]

06/11/1947 Kitty Caddy [Color Rhapsody]

04/12/1947 Boston Beanie [Color Rhapsody]

05/02/1948 Topsy Turkey [Phantasy]

18/03/1948 Flora [Color Rhapsody]

03/06/1948 Short Snorts on Sports [Phantasy]

02/09/1948 Pickled Puss [Phantasy]

14/11/1948 Lo, the Poor Buffal [Color Rhapsody]

03/02/1949 The Coo-Coo Bird Dog [Phantasy]

14/04/1949 Grape Nutty [Phantasy - The Fox and the Crow]

30/06/1949 Cat-Tastrophy [Phantasy]


Studio: WARNER BROS. 1949

Sceneggiatore, Storyboards / Story, Storyboards

03/02/1951 Canned Feud [Sylvester]



Studio: NBC 1949-1952

Produttore associato / Associate Producer

29/05/1950-24/08/1951 Broadway Open House [TV Show]

25/02/1950-00/05/1951 Your Show of Shows [TV Show]


Sceneggiatore, Storyboards / Story, Storyboards

18/09/1950-30/03/1951 Brother Goose [TV series: Telecomics]

19/05/1952-05/09/1952 The Johnny Dugan Show [TV Show]


Sceneggiatore, Produttore associato / Story, Associate Producer

14/01/1952-00/00/1952 Today [TV Show]


Studio: CBS c.1953

Sceneggiatore, Storyboards / Story, Storyboards

14/09/1953 The Bob Crosby Show [TV Series]


Studio: CBS/RALPH EDWARDS PRODUCTIONS 1954

Sceneggiatore, Storyboards / Story, Storyboards

00/00/1954 Truth or Consequences [TV Show]

05/03/1955 Funny Boners [TV Series]


Studio: ADVENTURES OF SUPERMAN/ELLSWORTH c.1958

Regista / Director

00/00/1958 The Adventures of Superpup [TV Pilot]



Studio: TERRYTOONS c.1958-1959

Sceneggiatore, Storyboards / Story, Storyboards

1959-1960 The Deputy Dawg Show [TV Series]


Studio: JACK KINNEY PRODUCTIONS 1959

Sceneggiatore, Storyboards / Story, Storyboards

00/00/1960 Tiger Burger [Popeye the Sailor]

00/00/1960 The Glad Gladiator [Popeye the Sailor]

00/00/1960 Bellhop Popeye [Popeye the Sailor]


Studio: NBC 1959

Attore / Actor

12/10/1959 The Steve Allen Show [Announcer]


Studio: UPA 1960

Sceneggiatore, Storyboards / Story, Storyboards

00/00/1961 The Bank Prank [TV Series The Dick Tracy Show]

00/00/1961 The Pigeon Coup [TV Series The Dick Tracy
Show]

00/00/1961 The Sweepstakes Caper [TV Series The Dick Tracy Show]


Studio: FORMAT FILMS c.1960

Sceneggiatore, Storyboards / Story, Storyboards

04/10/1961-00/00/1961 The Alvin Show [TV Series]


Studio: TERRYTOONS c.1961-1962

Sceneggiatore, Storyboards / Story, Storyboards

23/03/1963 Double Barreled Boom Boom [TV Series Deputy Dawg]

00/00/1963 Bad Luck Day [TV Series Deputy Dawg]

1962-1963 Hector Heathcote


Studio: JACK KINNEY PRODUCTIONS c.1962

Sceneggiatore, Storyboards / Story, Storyboards

00/00/1963 Housewarming [Krazy Kat]


Studio: WALTER LANTZ 1963-1964

Sceneggiatore, Storyboards / Story, Storyboards

03/12/1963 Science Friction [Woody Woodpecker]

24/12/1963 Calling Dr. Woodpecker [Woody Woodpecker]

04/02/1964 The Case of the Maltese Chicken [Inspector Willoughby]

05/05/1964 Rah Rah Ruckus [The Beary Family]

00/09/1964 Get Lost! Little Doggy [Woody Woodpecker]

00/10/1964 Spook-a-Nanny [TV Series The Woody Woodpecker Show]


Studio: ED GRAHAM 1964

Storyboards

26/09/1964 Mocking Bird [TV Series Linus! The Lionhearted]

03/10/1964 Adrift on the Rapids [TV Series Linus! The Lionhearted]


Studio: WALTER LANTZ 1964-1965

Sceneggiatore, Storyboards / Story, Storyboards

29/09/1964 Roof Top Razzle-Dazzle [The Beary Family]

27/10/1964 Get Lost! Little Doggy [Woody Woodpecker]

00/11/1964 Ski-Napper [Chilly Willy]

01/01/1965 Three Little Woodpeckers [Woody Woodpecker]

00/01/1965 The Case of the Elephant's Trunk [Inspector Willoughby]

01/02/1965 Guest Who? [The Beary Family]

00/02/1965 Fractured Friendship [Chilly Willy]

01/03/1965 Birds of a Feather [Woody Woodpecker]

01/04/1965 Half-Baked Alaska [Chilly Willy]

01/05/1965 Bugged in a Rug [The Beary Family]

01/06/1965 Davey Cricket [The Beary Family]

01/07/1965 What's Peckin'  [Woody Woodpecker]

01/01/1966 Rough Riding Hood [Woody Woodpecker]

01/01/1966 Foot Brawl [The Beary Family]

01/02/1966 Lonesome Ranger [Woody Woodpecker]

01/03/1966 Hassle in a Castle [Woody Woodpecker]

01/04/1966 Astronut Woody [Woody Woodpecker]

01/04/1966 The Big Bite [Woody Woodpecker]

01/05/1966 Practical Yolk [Woody Woodpecker]


Studio: RUNAMUCK PRODUCTIONS 1965

Effetti di animazione / Visual Effects

01/10/1965 Fraternize [TV Series - Camp Runamuck]


Studio: FORMAT FILMS c.1966

00/00/1967 The Spy Swatter


Studio: DE PATIE-FRELENG 1966

Sceneggiatore, Storyboards / Story, Storyboards

10/09/1966 Coldpinky/Jolly Green Gorilla/Down
Please  [TV Series - The Super Six]

24/09/1966 Molehattan Island/High Moon/Will the Real
Magneto Man Please Stand Up?  [TV Series - The Super Six]


Studio: WALTER LANTZ 1966

Sceneggiatore, Storyboards / Story, Storyboards

01/01/1967 Window Pains [The Beary Family]

01/01/1967 Sissy Sheriff [Woody Woodpecker]

01/02/1967 Vicious Viking [Chilly Willy]

01/02/1967 Have Gun-Can't Travel [Woody Woodpecker]

01/03/1967 Hot Diggity Dog [Woody Woodpecker]

01/04/1967 Horse Play [Woody Woodpecker]

01/04/1967 Mouse in the House [The Beary Family]

01/05/1967 Secret Agent Woody Woodpecker [Woody Woodpecker]


Studio: DE PATIE-FRELENG 1966-1968

Sceneggiatore, Storyboards / Story, Storyboards

27/05/1967 The Music Mice-Tro [Daffy Duck and Speedy Gonzales]

24/06/1967 The Spy Swatter [Daffy Duck and Speedy Gonzales]

29/07/1967 Speedy Ghost to Town [Daffy Duck and Speedy Gonzales]

14/09/1967 Flying Circus [Looney Tunes]

23/09/1967 Rodent to Stardom [Daffy Duck and Speedy Gonzales]

30/09/1967 Go Away Stowaway [Daffy Duck and Speedy Gonzales]

18/11/1967 Merlin the Magic Mouse [Merlin the Magic Mouse]

09/12/1967 Fiesta Fiasco [Daffy Duck and Speedy Gonzales]

13/01/1968 Hocus Pocus Powwow [Merlin the Magic Mouse]

10/02/1968 Big Game Haunt [Cool Cat]

09/03/1968 Skyscraper Caper [Daffy Duck and Speedy Gonzales]

25/05/1968 Feud with a Dude [Merlin the Magic Mouse]

29/06/1968 See Ya Later Gladiator [Daffy Duck and Speedy Gonzales]

13/06/1968 3 Ring Wing-Ding [Cool Cat]

14/09/1968 Flying Circus [Looney Tunes]

09/11/1968 Bunny and Claude: We Rob Carrot Patches [Bunny and Claude]

00/00/1968 The Bugs Bunny/Road Runner Hour [TV Series]

25/01/1969 The Great Carrot-Train Robbery [Bunny and Claude]

29/03/1969 Fistic Mystic [Merlin the Magic Mouse]

07/06/1969 Rabbit Stew and Rabbits Too [Rapid Rabbit]

28/06/1969 Shamrock and Roll [Merlin the Magic Mouse]

26/07/1969 Bugged by a Bee [Cool Cat]

20/09/1969 Injun Trouble [Cool Cat]


Studio: FRED CALVERT PRODUCTIONS 1967/1968

Sceneggiatore, Storyboards / Story, Storyboards

00/00/1968 Sally Sargent

00/01/1969 The Ruby Eye of the Monkey-God


Studio: WALTER LANTZ 1967-1969

01/03/1968 Hook, Line, and Stinker [Woody Woodpecker]

01/06/1968 Feudin' Fightin' an' Fussin' [Woody Woodpecker]

01/06/1968 Fat in the Saddle [Woody Woodpecker]

00/00/1968 Bugged in a Rug [The Beary Family]

00/00/1968 Jerky Turkey [The Beary Family]

00/00/1969 Gopher Broke [The Beary Family]

00/00/1969 Cool It Charlie [The Beary Family]

00/00/1969 Charlie's Campout [The Beary Family]

00/00/1970 Charlie in Hot Water [The Beary Family]

00/00/1970 Charlie's Golf Classic [The Beary Family]

01/05/1970 Seal on the Loose [Woody Woodpecker]

00/09/1970 The Unhandy Man [The Beary Family]


Studio: DE PATIE-FRELENG 1970

Sceneggiatore, Storyboards / Story, Storyboards

12/02/1971 A Fractured Leghorn/High Note/Hot Cross Bunny [TV Series The Bugs Bunny Show]


Studio: WALTER LANTZ 1970-1971

Sceneggiatore, Storyboards / Story, Storyboards

00/00/1971 The Bungling Builder [The Beary Family]

00/00/1971 Moochin' Pooch [The Beary Family]

00/00/1971 Charlie the Rainmaker [The Beary Family]

01/09/1971 Shanghai Woody [Woody Woodpecker]

00/00/1972 A Fish Story [The Beary Family]

00/02/1972 Let Charlie Do It [The Beary Family]

01/03/1972 Pecking Holes in Poles [Woody Woodpecker]

01/04/1972 Rain Rain Go Away [The Beary Family]

01/05/1972 Chili Con Corny [Woody Woodpecker]

01/06/1972 Show Biz Beagle [Woody Woodpecker]

01/07/1972 For the Love of Pizza [Woody Woodpecker]

00/08/1972 Unlucky Potluck [The Beary Family]



01/08/1972 The Genius with the Light Touch [Woody Woodpecker]

01/09/1972 Bye Bye Blackboard [Woody Woodpecker]

00/00/1972 The Genie with the Light Touch [Woody Woodpecker]


Studio: ANIMATED PRODUCTIONS 1972

Sceneggiatore, Storyboards / Story, Storyboards

13/01/1973 All About Me [TV Series NBC Children's Theatre]


Studio: DISNEY

Sceneggiatore, Storyboards / Story, Storyboards

00/09/1980 Foods and Fun: A Nutrition Adventure


RADIO

 

Studio: NBC

Sceneggiatore / Story

00/00/1943-00/00/1944 The Red Skelton Show

00/00/1944-00/00/1944 The Abbott and Costello Show


FUMETTOGRAFIA / COMICOGRAPHY


COMIC BOOKS

Editore/Publisher: AMERICAN COMICS GROUP (aka CRESTON, LaSALLE)

The Hepcats - Hi-Jinks (1947).

Natch - The Kilroys #13, 14 (1948).

Spencer Spook - Giggle Comics (c.1946).


Editore/Publisher: BETTER (aka STANDARD)

Professor Punchy - The Black Terror #17 (1948) [anche disegni / also art]



Editore/Publisher: DC COMICS (aka NATIONAL)

The Adventures of Bob Hope - Adventures of Bob Hope #1-87 (1950-64).



The Adventures of Dean Martin and Jerry Lewis - The Adventures of Dean Martin and Jerry Lewis #8, 10 (1953-54).

The Fox and the Crow - The Fox and the Crow #7 (1952).

The Hound and the Hare - The Fox and the Crow #7 (1952).

The Adventures of Ozzie and Harriet - The Adventures of Ozzie and Harriet #1, 5 (1949-50).

Pvt. Doberman - Sgt. Bilko #1-11 (1957-60).

Sgt. Bilko - Sgt. Bilko #1-18 (1957-60).



Editore/Publisher: DELL (aka WESTERN PRINTING, K.K. PUBLICATIONS)

Bugs Bunny - (c.1948-52).


Editore/Publisher: DISNEY

Goofy Peary Discovers the North Pole - Goofy Adventures #2 (1990).

 

Editore/Publisher: WESTERN PUBLISHING

Mickey and the Sleuth - Walt Disney Showcase #38 (1977).


COMICS FOR OVERSEAS

Editore/Publisher: WALT DISNEY PRODUCTIONS

Donald Duck - S 64011; S 82118 (1964/82).

Mickey Mouse - S 69056; S 69090; S 69093; S 70003; S 70143; S 70150; S 70196; S 70211; S 70224; S 70234; S 70239; S 71305; S 73218; S 74064; S 74111; S 71432; S 75159; S 75161; S 75206; S 83002; S 83039; S 83083; S 83100; S 84060; S 84154; S 85311; S 86041 (1969-86).



Minnie Mouse - S 73055; S 84106; S 85302 (1973/84/85).

Goofy - S 75160; S 75214; S 76064; S 79269; S 80151; S 81039; S 81088; S 81089; S 81170; S 82027; S 82065; S 82126; S 82165; S 82180; S 83010; S 83020; S 83027; S 83049; S 83050; S 83080; S 83090; S 84009; S 84051; S 85384 (1975-76/80-85).

Disney Goofy Classics - S 76087; S 76179; S 76195; S 77092; S 77003; S 77144; S 78096; S 78097; S 79132; S 79203; S 80135; S 81023; S 81158; S 82012; S 82100 (1976-82).



Mickey and the Sleuth - S 75213; S 76053; S 76194; S77022; S 77130; S 77134; S 77138; S 77168; S 77180; S 78042; S 78133; S 79107; S 79108; S 79242; S 79276; S 81049; S 81110; S 81189; S 81205; S 83040; S 83111; S 83126; S 83132; S 83141; S 83145; S 84000; S 84024; S 84129; S 84144; S 85217; S 86117; S 86144; S 86177; S 88034 (1975-88).



A Goofy Look at... - S 80112; S 81030; S 82047; S 82048; S 83124; S 83153; S 83165; S 83174 (1980-83).

Pluto - S 82129 (1982).

Gummi Bears - S 87014; S 87022; S 87030; S 87077 (1987).


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