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The Dog And The Bone

The Dog And The Bone (1921) Theatrical Cartoon The Dog And The Bone

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>Fables Studios, Keith-Albee Theatres
  • Fables Studios, Keith-Albee Theatres
  • Originally Released in 1921.
  • Running Time: 6 minutes.
  • Black & White
  • U.S.A.  U.S.A.

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Silent cartoon.

A series of animated short subjects created by Paul Terry and actor-turned-writer Howard Estabrook. Estabrook suggested making a series of cartoons based on Aesop's Fables. Although Terry claimed he had never heard of Aesop, he felt that Estabrook's idea was something worthwhile. Terry immediately began to set up a new studio called Fables Studios, Inc. and received backing from the Keith-Albee Theatre circuit.

The earliest films were loose adaptations of the actual fables. Later entries usually revolved around cats, mice, and the disgruntled Farmer Al Falfa. Each short concluded with a "moral" that usually had nothing to do with the actual cartoon itself.

In 1929, Terry quit and John Foster took over the series under the Van Beuren Corporation, formally Fable Studios, Inc. The series finally came to a close in 1933.

Traditional, Hand-drawn Animation.

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