It was created by animator Bob Clampett, who later reused its main characters for the animated series Beany and Cecil. The show won three Primetime Emmy Awards for best children's show.
Bob Clampett is one of my all time favorite Looney Tunes directors, these are my own personal choices. Refine See titles to watch instantly, titles you haven't rated, etc. Sort by: View: 30 titles. 1. The Great Piggy Bank Robbery (1946) Approved | 8 min | Animation, Short, Comedy. 7.7.
Robert Clampett. Director: Time for Beany. Born in San Diego, California, the young Robert Clampett was monumentally moved as a child by the film The Lost World (1925), inspiring him to create a sea-serpent sock-puppet that he used in puppet shows to entertain the neighborhood kids.
Bob Clampett (1913-1984) was a pioneer of American animation. While he was still in his teens, Clampett designed the first Mickey Mouse doll for Walt Disney based on the Disney cartoon “Steamboat Willie”. Shortly thereafter, Clampett went to work at the Harman-Ising Studios, where he animated scenes for the first Merrie Melodies cartoon ...
Beany and Cecil is an American animated television series created by Bob Clampett for the American Broadcasting Company. The cartoon was based on the television puppet show Time for Beany, which Clampett produced for Paramount Pictures company and its Paramount Television Network beginning 1949.
Born in San Diego, California, the young Robert Clampett was monumentally moved as a child by the film The Lost World (1925), inspiring him to create a sea-serpent sock-puppet that he used in puppet shows to entertain the neighborhood kids.
Porky in Wackyland - Wikipedia Porky in Wackyland Porky in Wackyland is a 1938 Warner Bros. Looney Tunes animated short film, directed by Bob Clampett.  The short was released on September 24, 1938, and stars Porky Pig venturing out to find the last do-do bird, which he finds in Wackyland, a land that makes no sense located in Darkest Africa.