A Coy Decoy
(1941, Bob Clampett)
(1952, Friz Freleng)
Yes, Friz Freleng’s partner and the last producer of the original Warner Bros. cartoon studio, and also one of the very few from the Golden Age of Animation whose still alive. After the closing of WB’s cartoon division in 1963, Freleng and DePatie went out to form there own studio, DePatie–Freleng Enterprises, most famous for the creation of the Pink Panther, The Ant & the Aardvark. ect, also continued producing more Looney Tunes & Merrie Melodies with the animation being done over at Format Films.
Up until 1967, when WB reopened it’s cartoon studio, this time being made by Warner Bros. Seven Arts when the animation department finally closed down for good.
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I don’t like to see the films cut at all. They make some cuts that are so arbitrary and stupid, you can’t believe it