NEXT LIVE BROADCAST:
WEDNESDAY, APRIL 30, 2014
4:00 PM PT / 7:00 PM ET
This Week's Guests:
Hanna-Barbera Layout Artists
WILLIE ITO and JERRY EISENBERG
Two of the greatest animation artists from the golden days of Hanna-Barbera return to continue
discussing their long careers. We'll first focus on the H-B of the 1970s when the work of the day
included "Charlotte's Web", "The Hair Bear Bunch" and "Hong Kong Phooey". We'll then discuss
why both men elected to leave the cartoon factory and venture off to other companies. For Jerry, it
was a stop first at Sanrio (the company behind Hello Kitty), and then on to Ruby-Spears, where he
created Fangface and worked on Plastic Man and Thundarr before going to Marvel and then
back to Hanna-Barbera in the early 90s. Willie stayed around at H-B through the early 80s, helping
to design "Kwicky Koala" before joining Disney and working in the licensing department for many
years, designing many dolls, figurines, and even working on comic books for a while. They're two
TV animation icons with two fascinating careers, plus your e-mails...what more could you ask for?
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