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‘MOUSE IN MANHATTAN’–A TOM AND JERRY JOINT In 1928, composer Louis Alter created ‘Manhattan Serenade’, an art-deco orchestral piece designed to be recorded on what was then a long-playing Victor 78rpm disc (four minutes and forty-five seconds–almost two minutes longer than standard 78 RPM records). The piece is very much of its era–a 20s ode to

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What do Tab Hunter, Betty Hutton and Dennis O’Keefe have in common? They all had eponymous television shows that you never heard of that featured animated opening credits. Actually the animated opening credit bit was widespread through late 50s–mid 60s era and the above reel displays quite a few of

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