Director, Robert Clampett, was born Robert Emerson Clampett on May 8, 1913 in San Diego, CA. Clampett died at the age of 71 on May 4, 1984 in Detroit, Michigan .
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Russian Rhapsody (1944, )By Andrew Wickliffe on May 31, 2014 From The Stop Button
Russian Rhapsody is a strange–and very funny–cartoon. First, as a historical document, it's a Hollywood cartoon mocking Hitler (before the end of the war and the extent of his atrocities became clear). In Rhapsody, he's an obnoxious windbag and there are a bunch of good jokes a... Read full article
The Great Piggy Bank Robbery (1946, )on Oct 27, 2011 From The Stop Button
Is that Porky Pig cameoing in The Great Piggy Bank Robbery? I kept expecting him to be revealed as the big villain. The story concerns Daffy Duck getting clomped on the head and imagining himself in a Dick Tracy adventure. Now, for Tracy fans, there?s a lot to see, including some inventive takes on ... Read full article
The Hep Cat (1942, )on Oct 13, 2011 From The Stop Button
In the last minute and a half of The Hep Cat, Clampett finally comes up with some really interesting shots. The short?s a cat and dog one. It follows the standard. Dumb dog versus a mean, vain and not much smarter cat. The titular hep cat breaks out into a song routine, but it?s not enough to separa... Read full article
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