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Apple Andy (1946) - Andy Panda Theatrical Cartoon Series Apple Andy

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Walter Lantz Productions Walter Tetley, Del Porter Dick Lundy Walter Lantz , Darrell Calker
  • 1946
  • Walter Lantz Productions
  • Universal Pictures
  • Andy Panda Theatrical Cartoon Series
  • Cartoon Characters: Andy Panda, Angel Panda, Devil Panda, Singer.
  • Vocal Talent: Walter Tetley (Andy Panda, Angel Panda, Devil Panda), Del Porter (Singer [uncredited]).
  • Directed By Dick Lundy.
  • Produced By Walter Lantz.
  • Animated By LaVerne Harding, Emery Hawkins.
  • Written By Ben Hardaway, Milt Schaffer.

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  • Backgrounds: Terry Lind.

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Andy Panda, walking down a country lane, is tempted to steal an apple. Falling asleep under an apple tree, Andy Panda dreams of his good and bad self. His evil...  (more)

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A "Hellish: torment of green apples visits our hero when he partakes in excess. The machineries of apple stuffing horror were awe inspireing mechanisms of relentless assault. Andy is a little known classic character. The Demon Angel images were fine...  (read more)

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I remember seeing a Castle Film version, silent and B&W, of this on a friend's kid-type projector about 1955. I haven't seen it since, but I recall that Andy overate apples then was tormented by a devil character. I'd love to see it...  (read more)

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