Rembrandt Films Studio Directory

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Rembrandt Films was founded by William L. Snyder in 1949 as an importer of films from Europe. In 1951 the company brought to the United States The Emperor's Nightingale, a puppet animation feature by the Czech master, Jiri Trnka. With a new English narration by Boris Karloff, it was released in U.S. theaters to widespread critical acclaim. Other classic films followed, including White Mane and The Red Balloon.

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Rembrandt Films Studio Directory Cartoon Series:

Krazy Kat   (1962 – 1964, 50 Episodes.)
Nudnik   (1965 – 1967, 12 Theatrical Cartoons.)
Popeye   (1960 – 1961, 220 Episodes.)
  (1962 – 1964, 4 Theatrical Films.)

Tom and Jerry   (1960 – 1962, 13 Theatrical Films.)