The goal of this blog is to help people identify the many wonderful (and then not so wonderful) animators from the Golden Age of cartoons. Check back every day for more fun!
Saturday, December 16, 2006
Sibley - How to Be a Detective
Here's a piece by John Sibley from one of my very favorite cartoons, How to Be a Detective (1952). This scene is a bit later than most of the Sibley animation that's usually highlighted, but it's still wonderfully timed and drawn. I like the cartoons that Kinney and Hannah did during the closing days of the Disney shorts department and think they're underrated. (And yes, that's June Foray as the bride.)
If you folks don't own a copy of The Complete Goofy (it came out in 2002, so it's pretty hard to find now) I seriously pity you and wonder how empty a childhood you want your firstborn to have without that set.