Issue 11 – Index of selected articles

Issue 11 – Winter 1984

Animated Comment – Ken Clark chats with Richard Williams
Richard Williams talks about the work on his animated feature “The Thief” and other projects.

Animated cartoons televised in the USA 1946-1981
George W. Woolery gives a brief history of Animated cartoons as televised programming in the United States 1946-1981.

Pop goes Hierographics trace and paint service
David Jefferson talks to Steve Flack about the exciting new projects his company are getting involved in.

The kitchen as an puppet animation studio
The Burglar was voted the most popular film at the Animator’s Association (ANIMA) Festival held in September. Film maker Tina Fletcher tells how she progressed from puppet shows to puppet films and the production of The Burglar.

Art Babbitt’s animation seminar
Ken Clark went along to Art Babbitt’s seminar on animation held in London and organized by the Richard Williams Studio.

Scratch and Tiger Trax Animation
David Jefferson went on safari down The Old Kent Road to find Britain’s smallest animation studio.

Alastair Taylor’s Fridge D’or
Alastair Taylor tells how he made The Fridge D’or at Bath Academy of Art. The film was a big hit at the Cambridge Animation Festival 1983.

Fans of Japanese animation
Frank Baker is a member of the USA based Cartoon/Fantasy organization. He tells us what it is all about.

Charles ‘Joe’ Noble. 1894 to 1984. A tribute.
Obituary by Ken Clark.

Bob Privett. 19? to 1984. A tribute.
Obituary by Ken Clark.