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Frances Kish of PHOTOPLAY MAGAZINE spent some time with the animators at Terry-Toon studios and filed this one page report detailing all the efforts that go into producing just one Terry-Toon film:

"The major animator begins begins the work. The thin white paper he uses for his drawings has holes punched at the top, like pages for a loose-leaf note book...The figures are about three inches high. Progressive drawings, each on a separate sheet, move the action slightly forward,backward, up, down and around...I found them so jolly and fascinating that I wanted to stay and join the gang. But I changes my mind when I learned that it takes about two years to develop a good animator..."

Click here to read another article about Paul Terry and Terry-Toons.


Afternoon at Terry-Toon Studios (Photoplay Magazine, 1930)

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