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The Dork Forest

Dork on Dork Dialog with Jackie Kashian. I am interested in whatever dorky thing you want to talk about. Guests speak to their love of books, TV, Movies, Comic books, websites, food, wrestling, cars, action figures and bees. There is room for all in The Dork Forest. This is a safe space. Credits: Music composed and performed by Mike Ruekberg (Sarah Cohen on intro) Audio fixes by Patrick Brady Website design by Vilmos
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Apr 3, 2012

Do you feel like his name is familiar? He fixes the audio every show! Patrick Brady is part of a great production company in NYC and we dork out about audio. You will notice he sounds GREAT. But we quickly go into animation forever. Patrick is over prepared and it’s fantastic. Prepare to learn a LOT about the history of animation. We are in NYC and we talk Hari’s subway woes briefly. I encouraged Patrick to add his own notes of animation you should DEFINITELY know about!! They are the bonus content as a pdf. Enjoy. It’s perfect podcasting quite honestly.

Fun TDF game? How many times does my phone go off? (ring and text).

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NOTES:
It’s NOT Who’s Line is Is Anyway in 1965. Yeah. I meant What’s My Line. Canadian Version.
Grave of the Fireflies
Captain and the Gamemaster
Michael Jordon Animated Series ProStars
Beau knows baseball – animated – I got nothing link-wise
Tarzan – Lord of the Jungle (terrible! I loved it and hated it)
Herculoids
Phenakistoscope
Theatre Optique

Lightning Drawing – Winsor McCay
Little Nemo
Aleksander Shiryayev

I can’t find the speech I heard. I will keep looking.
John Hubley – Animator Strike
Limited Animation
Yuri Norstein – Tale of Tales
Very Early Mr. Magoo
Rotoscoping
Roger Rabbit – Touchstone Pictures (Spielberg)
More Greg Franklin (and team) Animation (he did my Animals bit)
Adventure Time
Neon Genesis Evangelion
AND 2

Credits:
Audio leveling by Patrick Brady
Music is by Mike Ruekberg
Website design by Vilmos: who has his own podcast

3 Comments
  • five and a half years ago
    JackieKashian
    what? Jesse, did it ever?
  • five and a half years ago
    Jesse J.
    The direct download link doesn't work!
  • five and a half years ago
    Todd Mason
    Bo Jackson was apparently one of those caricatured in PROSTARS (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/ProStars).

    --later Hubley animation, including THE HAT (with a soundtrack improvised in dialog and music by Dizzy Gillespie and Dudley Moore) (http://socialistjazz.blogspot.com/search?q=hubley) is good stuff, too; Hubley and Gillespie collaborated previous and would again, and YouTube has some of that.

    Some rotoscoping, such as in WAKING LIFE and A SCANNER DARKLY, looks rather better than what Bakshi was able to come up with (later technology and a real budget help); ARCHER actually uses some rotoscoping-esque techniques.

    EVANGELION stuff, as I recall, plays around rather highhandedly with Christian mythology, much in the manner that XENA/HERCULES or many games have with the Greek pantheon.

    Did you ever read Gary Wolfe's WHO CENSORED ROGER RABBIT? Rather more sophisticated than the film, albeit the crossing-over of Warner, Disney and a few other (I think) cartoons made for an interesting visual mix. Superman and Batman meet Spider-Man and the Hulk. Like that.

    One perhaps shouldn't forget that Depatie-Freleng (hello, Friz) managed to get Pink Panther and other limited animation cartoons back on big screens in the 1970s, no doubt primarily in kid-friendly films/theaters/drive-ins. And, iirc, the first cartoons Avery referred to as Radio with Drawing were the ROCKY AND HIS FRIENDS (including Bullwinkle) episodes...since Rocket J. was voiced by June Foray, who clearly sounded like a woman to me, I always thought as a kid that Rocky was meant to be a female squirrel.