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Funny Is Funny (1966) Theatrical Cartoon Funny Is Funny

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  • 1966
  • Ed Graham Productions
  • Universal Pictures
  • Theatrical Cartoon
  • Cartoon Characters: Brutus, Brownie.
  • Vocal Talent: Carl Reiner (Brutus), Ed Graham Jr. (Brownie).
  • Directed By Ed Graham Jr.
  • Produced By Ed Graham Jr.
  • Animated By Amby Paliwoda, Manny Gould, Ed Friedman, Ed Solomon, Ruth Platt.
  • Written By Ed Graham Jr., Carl Reiner.
  • Edited By George Mahana, Armand Shaw.

Additional Crew:

  • Animation Director: Clyde Geronimi.
  • Character Design: George Cannata Jr.
  • Layout: Stan Green.
  • Backgrounds: Rosemary O'Connor.
  • Production Supervision: Lew Irwin.
  • Assisted by: Ruth Kennedy.

  • MCMLXVII by Ed Graham Jr.
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Cartoon Summary:

Brutus and Brownie debate the merits of cartoon violence, with Brutus reenacting some of the moments on the hapless Brownie.

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