Lost Walter Lantz cartoons - Forum.
WackyDaffyDucky
2018-07-01T11:34:34Z
There are a bunch of black and white Walter Lantz cartoons from 1936 to 1939 that seem to be listed, with their respective screenshots, only in the Walter Lantz encyclopedia and nowhere else on the internet. I was wondering where do all those screenshots come from
Gasmask Ted
2018-07-02T00:48:49Z
I don't believe there are any missing normal theatrical release Lantz cartoons from 1939; the only normal release missing cartoon for the year is Terrytoon The Old Fire Horse. http://cartoonsof1939.bl.../098-old-fire-horse.html 

There is a missing Lantz cartoon but it's the New York World's Fair ad It's Time For Saraka, The Amazing Recovery of Inbad the Ailer http://cartoonsof1939.bl...its-time-for-saraka.html 
http://cartoonsof1939.bl...very-of-inbad-ailer.html 
Images for that come from a promotional pamphlet.
PopKorn Kat
2018-07-02T01:03:12Z
Originally Posted by: WackyDaffyDucky 

There are a bunch of black and white Walter Lantz cartoons from 1936 to 1939 that seem to be listed, with their respective screenshots, only in the Walter Lantz encyclopedia and nowhere else on the internet. I was wondering where do all those screenshots come from



The screenshots you are thinking of are likely from Jerry Beck's Garage Sale DVDs, discs of "quick n' dirty" transfers of cartoons intended for reference.
nickramer
2018-07-02T13:51:37Z
Actually, I think some of those screenshots came before that Garage Sale section (set up in 2005, I believe) was added to the Cartoon Research site. They might have been from the same prints though.
PopKorn Kat
2018-07-06T18:36:30Z
Originally Posted by: nickramer 

Actually, I think some of those screenshots came before that Garage Sale section (set up in 2005, I believe) was added to the Cartoon Research site. They might have been from the same prints though.



That was what I was trying to say; they were probably from the same prints on the Garage Sale discs.