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#1: Klasky-Csupo... calling it quits?

Posted on 2006-07-23 05:44:17 by ungvichian

>From the Nickdisk board, it appears that Klasky-Csupo, the animation
studio that created Rugrats and helped animated The Simpsons, is
calling it quits after about 20 years of business:

Rugrat:
> According to wikipedia, Klasky Csupo has officially "called it quits".
> The remaining 16 episodes of All Grown up remain on hiatus. The
> "Rugrats Tales from the Crib: Three Jacks and a Beanstalk" will
> most likely be the last Klasky Csupo related release. Also, with
> the end of Klasky Csupo comes the end of its newsletter.
> Subscribers may have realized that this is nearly the 3rd week that
> one hasn't been sent. If you go to Klasky Csupo's website, the
> Newsletter Signup page has been discontinued, and is now a free
> domain for sale. Soon, the rest of the website will probably follow
> in the same steps. It turns out, the falling of the KC Store did mean
> nothing but the end of a well respected, great company.
>
> Rest In Peace
> Klasky Csupo
> 1982-2006

Steve Mindykowski (posting on that board as "azumanga"):

> Personally, I think it was K-C's contract with Viacom that did them in --
> the contract they signed practically restricted them to Viacom's family
> of channels and Paramount Pictures (commercials, including the Ronald
> McDonald series, wren't affected). Once their contract was up, they
> found that the industry has changed. Networks and cable channels
> weren't interested, as they already had alliances with other companies.
> Movie studios weren't interested, because the style was already on the
> wane, as the results for "The Wild Thornberrys Movie" and "Rugrats Go
> Wild" showed. Admen also largely stayed away as a result. Even Viacom
> started giving them a cold shoulder, for one reason or another -- as
> mentioned, several episodes of Ginger and AGU gather dust in the US,
> while they've already been screened repeatedly worldwide. One whole
> series ("What's Cooking") remains unshown. And remember "The
> Immigrants", which was supposed to be part of Spike TV's animated
> line-up and the inaugural series for K-C's "Global Tantrum" unit? Spike
> said "never mind" after its animated shows backfired on them. And no one
> else wanted to take a risk. I think we should also extend Viacom's
> mistreatment to "Duckman", which has yet to see a DVD release in the
> states, and is seen at odd hours on Comedy Central.
>
> Klasky-Csupo was a great animation studio -- until Viacom's greed
> literally killed them.

To paraphrase Rhonda from the just-as-much-lamented "Hey Arnold!", that
was definitely UNCOOL!

(sarcasm) Gee, I wonder why I created this page?

<a href="http://members.tripod.com/~Rover_Wow/savekc.htm" target="_blank">http://members.tripod.com/~Rover_Wow/savekc.htm</a>

We gotta get something done NOW. Get a huge mob in front of their
(K-C's and Nick's) offices, have most of them chip in a buck or two,
hold up pickets saying stuff like, &quot;No New (RP/TWT/AGU!), No Peace&quot;,
flood Viacom's offices of letters blaming them for K-C's downfall, and
so on, and so forth. Somehow convince Gabor and Arlene to resurrect the
company and buck up!

Yeah, I'm being a bit overdramatic, and I know it's not much of a
change, but for the company who used to help animate the Simpsons to go
down the crapper just like that, is totally uncool.

Comment!

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#2: Re: Klasky-Csupo... calling it quits?

Posted on 2006-07-23 06:06:22 by ANIM8Rfsk

In article &lt;<a href="mailto:1153626257.075264.212340&#64;m73g2000cwd.googlegroups.com" target="_blank">1153626257.075264.212340&#64;m73g2000cwd.googlegroups.com</a>&gt;,
&quot;ungvichian&quot; &lt;<a href="mailto:ungvichian&#64;thaimail.com" target="_blank">ungvichian&#64;thaimail.com</a>&gt; wrote:

&gt; &gt;From the Nickdisk board, it appears that Klasky-Csupo, the animation
&gt; studio that created Rugrats and helped animated The Simpsons, is
&gt; calling it quits after about 20 years of business:
&gt;
&gt; Rugrat:
&gt; &gt; According to wikipedia, Klasky Csupo has officially &quot;called it quits&quot;.
&gt; &gt; The remaining 16 episodes of All Grown up remain on hiatus. The
&gt; &gt; &quot;Rugrats Tales from the Crib: Three Jacks and a Beanstalk&quot; will
&gt; &gt; most likely be the last Klasky Csupo related release. Also, with
&gt; &gt; the end of Klasky Csupo comes the end of its newsletter.
&gt; &gt; Subscribers may have realized that this is nearly the 3rd week that
&gt; &gt; one hasn't been sent. If you go to Klasky Csupo's website, the
&gt; &gt; Newsletter Signup page has been discontinued, and is now a free
&gt; &gt; domain for sale. Soon, the rest of the website will probably follow
&gt; &gt; in the same steps. It turns out, the falling of the KC Store did mean
&gt; &gt; nothing but the end of a well respected, great company.
&gt; &gt;
&gt; &gt; Rest In Peace
&gt; &gt; Klasky Csupo
&gt; &gt; 1982-2006

Damn. I haven't worked for them since Thornberries, but they did a lot
of really great stuff. They'll be missed.

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#3: Re: Klasky-Csupo... calling it quits?

Posted on 2006-07-24 00:15:06 by Werebat

ungvichian wrote:

&gt;&gt;From the Nickdisk board, it appears that Klasky-Csupo, the animation
&gt; studio that created Rugrats and helped animated The Simpsons, is
&gt; calling it quits after about 20 years of business:
&gt;
&gt; Rugrat:
&gt;
&gt;&gt;According to wikipedia, Klasky Csupo has officially &quot;called it quits&quot;.
&gt;&gt;The remaining 16 episodes of All Grown up remain on hiatus. The
&gt;&gt;&quot;Rugrats Tales from the Crib: Three Jacks and a Beanstalk&quot; will
&gt;&gt;most likely be the last Klasky Csupo related release. Also, with
&gt;&gt;the end of Klasky Csupo comes the end of its newsletter.
&gt;&gt;Subscribers may have realized that this is nearly the 3rd week that
&gt;&gt;one hasn't been sent. If you go to Klasky Csupo's website, the
&gt;&gt;Newsletter Signup page has been discontinued, and is now a free
&gt;&gt;domain for sale. Soon, the rest of the website will probably follow
&gt;&gt;in the same steps. It turns out, the falling of the KC Store did mean
&gt;&gt;nothing but the end of a well respected, great company.
&gt;&gt;
&gt;&gt;Rest In Peace
&gt;&gt;Klasky Csupo
&gt;&gt;1982-2006
&gt;
&gt;
&gt; Steve Mindykowski (posting on that board as &quot;azumanga&quot;):
&gt;
&gt;
&gt;&gt;Personally, I think it was K-C's contract with Viacom that did them in --
&gt;&gt;the contract they signed practically restricted them to Viacom's family
&gt;&gt;of channels and Paramount Pictures (commercials, including the Ronald
&gt;&gt;McDonald series, wren't affected). Once their contract was up, they
&gt;&gt;found that the industry has changed. Networks and cable channels
&gt;&gt;weren't interested, as they already had alliances with other companies.
&gt;&gt;Movie studios weren't interested, because the style was already on the
&gt;&gt;wane, as the results for &quot;The Wild Thornberrys Movie&quot; and &quot;Rugrats Go
&gt;&gt;Wild&quot; showed. Admen also largely stayed away as a result. Even Viacom
&gt;&gt;started giving them a cold shoulder, for one reason or another -- as
&gt;&gt;mentioned, several episodes of Ginger and AGU gather dust in the US,
&gt;&gt;while they've already been screened repeatedly worldwide. One whole
&gt;&gt;series (&quot;What's Cooking&quot;) remains unshown. And remember &quot;The
&gt;&gt;Immigrants&quot;, which was supposed to be part of Spike TV's animated
&gt;&gt;line-up and the inaugural series for K-C's &quot;Global Tantrum&quot; unit? Spike
&gt;&gt;said &quot;never mind&quot; after its animated shows backfired on them. And no one
&gt;&gt;else wanted to take a risk. I think we should also extend Viacom's
&gt;&gt;mistreatment to &quot;Duckman&quot;, which has yet to see a DVD release in the
&gt;&gt;states, and is seen at odd hours on Comedy Central.
&gt;&gt;
&gt;&gt;Klasky-Csupo was a great animation studio -- until Viacom's greed
&gt;&gt;literally killed them.
&gt;
&gt;
&gt; To paraphrase Rhonda from the just-as-much-lamented &quot;Hey Arnold!&quot;, that
&gt; was definitely UNCOOL!
&gt;
&gt; (sarcasm) Gee, I wonder why I created this page?
&gt;
&gt; <a href="http://members.tripod.com/~Rover_Wow/savekc.htm" target="_blank">http://members.tripod.com/~Rover_Wow/savekc.htm</a>
&gt;
&gt; We gotta get something done NOW. Get a huge mob in front of their
&gt; (K-C's and Nick's) offices, have most of them chip in a buck or two,
&gt; hold up pickets saying stuff like, &quot;No New (RP/TWT/AGU!), No Peace&quot;,
&gt; flood Viacom's offices of letters blaming them for K-C's downfall, and
&gt; so on, and so forth. Somehow convince Gabor and Arlene to resurrect the
&gt; company and buck up!
&gt;
&gt; Yeah, I'm being a bit overdramatic, and I know it's not much of a
&gt; change, but for the company who used to help animate the Simpsons to go
&gt; down the crapper just like that, is totally uncool.
&gt;
&gt; Comment!

Umm... How old are you folks, getting worked up over a kid's cartoon?

I mean I could understand if it was a cartoon you all grew up with, but...

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#4: Re: Klasky-Csupo... calling it quits?

Posted on 2006-07-24 00:45:16 by brian henke

Werebat wrote:
&gt; ungvichian wrote:
&gt;
&gt; &gt;&gt;From the Nickdisk board, it appears that Klasky-Csupo, the animation
&gt; &gt; studio that created Rugrats and helped animated The Simpsons, is
&gt; &gt; calling it quits after about 20 years of business:
&gt; &gt;
&gt; &gt; Rugrat:
&gt; &gt;
&gt; &gt;&gt;According to wikipedia, Klasky Csupo has officially &quot;called it quits&quot;.
&gt; &gt;&gt;The remaining 16 episodes of All Grown up remain on hiatus. The
&gt; &gt;&gt;&quot;Rugrats Tales from the Crib: Three Jacks and a Beanstalk&quot; will
&gt; &gt;&gt;most likely be the last Klasky Csupo related release. Also, with
&gt; &gt;&gt;the end of Klasky Csupo comes the end of its newsletter.
&gt; &gt;&gt;Subscribers may have realized that this is nearly the 3rd week that
&gt; &gt;&gt;one hasn't been sent. If you go to Klasky Csupo's website, the
&gt; &gt;&gt;Newsletter Signup page has been discontinued, and is now a free
&gt; &gt;&gt;domain for sale. Soon, the rest of the website will probably follow
&gt; &gt;&gt;in the same steps. It turns out, the falling of the KC Store did mean
&gt; &gt;&gt;nothing but the end of a well respected, great company.
&gt; &gt;&gt;
&gt; &gt;&gt;Rest In Peace
&gt; &gt;&gt;Klasky Csupo
&gt; &gt;&gt;1982-2006
&gt; &gt;
&gt; &gt;
&gt; &gt; Steve Mindykowski (posting on that board as &quot;azumanga&quot;):
&gt; &gt;
&gt; &gt;
&gt; &gt;&gt;Personally, I think it was K-C's contract with Viacom that did them in --
&gt; &gt;&gt;the contract they signed practically restricted them to Viacom's family
&gt; &gt;&gt;of channels and Paramount Pictures (commercials, including the Ronald
&gt; &gt;&gt;McDonald series, wren't affected). Once their contract was up, they
&gt; &gt;&gt;found that the industry has changed. Networks and cable channels
&gt; &gt;&gt;weren't interested, as they already had alliances with other companies.
&gt; &gt;&gt;Movie studios weren't interested, because the style was already on the
&gt; &gt;&gt;wane, as the results for &quot;The Wild Thornberrys Movie&quot; and &quot;Rugrats Go
&gt; &gt;&gt;Wild&quot; showed. Admen also largely stayed away as a result. Even Viacom
&gt; &gt;&gt;started giving them a cold shoulder, for one reason or another -- as
&gt; &gt;&gt;mentioned, several episodes of Ginger and AGU gather dust in the US,
&gt; &gt;&gt;while they've already been screened repeatedly worldwide. One whole
&gt; &gt;&gt;series (&quot;What's Cooking&quot;) remains unshown. And remember &quot;The
&gt; &gt;&gt;Immigrants&quot;, which was supposed to be part of Spike TV's animated
&gt; &gt;&gt;line-up and the inaugural series for K-C's &quot;Global Tantrum&quot; unit? Spike
&gt; &gt;&gt;said &quot;never mind&quot; after its animated shows backfired on them. And no one
&gt; &gt;&gt;else wanted to take a risk. I think we should also extend Viacom's
&gt; &gt;&gt;mistreatment to &quot;Duckman&quot;, which has yet to see a DVD release in the
&gt; &gt;&gt;states, and is seen at odd hours on Comedy Central.
&gt; &gt;&gt;
&gt; &gt;&gt;Klasky-Csupo was a great animation studio -- until Viacom's greed
&gt; &gt;&gt;literally killed them.
&gt; &gt;
&gt; &gt;
&gt; &gt; To paraphrase Rhonda from the just-as-much-lamented &quot;Hey Arnold!&quot;, that
&gt; &gt; was definitely UNCOOL!
&gt; &gt;
&gt; &gt; (sarcasm) Gee, I wonder why I created this page?
&gt; &gt;
&gt; &gt; <a href="http://members.tripod.com/~Rover_Wow/savekc.htm" target="_blank">http://members.tripod.com/~Rover_Wow/savekc.htm</a>
&gt; &gt;
&gt; &gt; We gotta get something done NOW. Get a huge mob in front of their
&gt; &gt; (K-C's and Nick's) offices, have most of them chip in a buck or two,
&gt; &gt; hold up pickets saying stuff like, &quot;No New (RP/TWT/AGU!), No Peace&quot;,
&gt; &gt; flood Viacom's offices of letters blaming them for K-C's downfall, and
&gt; &gt; so on, and so forth. Somehow convince Gabor and Arlene to resurrect the
&gt; &gt; company and buck up!
&gt; &gt;
&gt; &gt; Yeah, I'm being a bit overdramatic, and I know it's not much of a
&gt; &gt; change, but for the company who used to help animate the Simpsons to go
&gt; &gt; down the crapper just like that, is totally uncool.
&gt; &gt;
&gt; &gt; Comment!
&gt;
&gt; Umm... How old are you folks, getting worked up over a kid's cartoon?
&gt;
&gt; I mean I could understand if it was a cartoon you all grew up with, but...


Some questions that remain are:

- Will the unseen AGU episodes (and the remaining ATBGs) wind up on
DVD?

- I know Gabor was making a live-action movie. Will it he released?

It's sad that K-C is gonna shut their doors. They did some good
stuff throughout the years...

<a href="mailto:Cincy43235&#64;aol.com" target="_blank">Cincy43235&#64;aol.com</a>

&quot;Show me John Kerry!&quot; - David Letterman

(Basic Instinct 2 jokes, please!)

&quot;I rode the Hasselhoff!&quot; - SpongeBob, in the SpongeBob SquarePants
Movie

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#5: Re: Klasky-Csupo... calling it quits?

Posted on 2006-07-24 04:17:00 by Don Del Grande

ungvichian wrote:

&gt;&gt;From the Nickdisk board, it appears that Klasky-Csupo, the animation
&gt;studio that created Rugrats and helped animated The Simpsons, is
&gt;calling it quits after about 20 years of business.
&gt;
&gt;Steve Mindykowski (posting on that board as &quot;azumanga&quot;):
&gt;
&gt;&gt; Personally, I think it was K-C's contract with Viacom that did them in --
&gt;&gt; the contract they signed practically restricted them to Viacom's family
&gt;&gt; of channels and Paramount Pictures (commercials, including the Ronald
&gt;&gt; McDonald series, wren't affected). Once their contract was up, they
&gt;&gt; found that the industry has changed. Networks and cable channels
&gt;&gt; weren't interested, as they already had alliances with other companies.
&gt;&gt; Movie studios weren't interested, because the style was already on the
&gt;&gt; wane, as the results for &quot;The Wild Thornberrys Movie&quot; and &quot;Rugrats Go
&gt;&gt; Wild&quot; showed. Admen also largely stayed away as a result. Even Viacom
&gt;&gt; started giving them a cold shoulder, for one reason or another -- as
&gt;&gt; mentioned, several episodes of Ginger and AGU gather dust in the US,
&gt;&gt; while they've already been screened repeatedly worldwide.

I don't know about AGU, but the only episodes of Ginger that are
&quot;gathering dust&quot; are the ones where Ginger is in high school, and I
have a feeling these have been withheld because there is something
about them that Nickelodeon feels shouldn't be shown to its core group
of animation viewers (something like kids 10 and under). (For
example, in the first high school episode, Ginger becomes an espresso
junkie.)

&gt;&gt; One whole series (&quot;What's Cooking&quot;) remains unshown.

Somebody - I can't remember who - told me that this never got past the
pilot, and when the pilot was shown to Nickelodeon, the response was
that they were no longer interested in the Klasky-Csupo &quot;character
style&quot; any more (which would explain why the characters in All Grown
Up were &quot;cleaned up&quot; between the first and second seasons).

&gt;&gt; I think we should also extend Viacom's
&gt;&gt; mistreatment to &quot;Duckman&quot;, which has yet to see a DVD release in the
&gt;&gt; states, and is seen at odd hours on Comedy Central.

I still have a feeling that the reason Duckman is not on DVD has
something to do with the music rights.

&gt;&gt; Klasky-Csupo was a great animation studio -- until Viacom's greed
&gt;&gt; literally killed them.

Perhaps, but you have to remember that it was Viacom's &quot;greed&quot; that
turned them into a &quot;great&quot; animation studio in the first place. Do
you seriously think that Cartoon Network would have risked millions on
the first two Rugrats movies? (And who knows what would have happened
with Nickelodeon's animated movies had they not gotten into a fight
with Craig Bartlett over a Hey Arnold! movie and a Cartoon Network
show that, in the end, never got past a 90-minute pilot? Now there's
a case of Viacom's greed killing something.)

(Also, if they were locked into Viacom, how did they get the job for
the &quot;Spy vs. Spy&quot; cartoons on MadTV (a Fox show), as well as the
rights to design the opening credits on another Fox show (Roc, I
think)?

&gt;We gotta get something done NOW. Get a huge mob in front of their
&gt;(K-C's and Nick's) offices, have most of them chip in a buck or two,
&gt;hold up pickets saying stuff like, &quot;No New (RP/TWT/AGU!), No Peace&quot;,
&gt;flood Viacom's offices of letters blaming them for K-C's downfall, and
&gt;so on, and so forth. Somehow convince Gabor and Arlene to resurrect the
&gt;company and buck up!

Er, if protesting worked, then they would be drowned out by all of the
&quot;No Fairly Oddparents Movie, No Peace&quot; types. Hopefully, Frederator
is not about to follow in K-C's footsteps (assuming the talk about
closing up shop is even true), although all of its shows are either
completed or in various stages of wrapping up production.

(Oh, and at the request of all of those CNN commercials, kindly send
my congratulations to King Bhumibol on his 60th anniversary of
ascension.)

-- Don

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#6: Re: Klasky-Csupo... calling it quits?

Posted on 2006-07-24 05:38:49 by ANIM8Rfsk

In article &lt;QxSwg.103661$<a href="mailto:IZ2.73324&#64;dukeread07" target="_blank">IZ2.73324&#64;dukeread07</a>&gt;,
Werebat &lt;<a href="mailto:ranpoirier&#64;cox.net" target="_blank">ranpoirier&#64;cox.net</a>&gt; wrote:

&gt; ungvichian wrote:
&gt;
&gt; &gt;&gt;From the Nickdisk board, it appears that Klasky-Csupo, the animation
&gt; &gt; studio that created Rugrats and helped animated The Simpsons, is
&gt; &gt; calling it quits after about 20 years of business:
&gt; &gt;
&gt; &gt; Rugrat:
&gt; &gt;
&gt; &gt;&gt;According to wikipedia, Klasky Csupo has officially &quot;called it quits&quot;.
&gt; &gt;&gt;The remaining 16 episodes of All Grown up remain on hiatus. The
&gt; &gt;&gt;&quot;Rugrats Tales from the Crib: Three Jacks and a Beanstalk&quot; will
&gt; &gt;&gt;most likely be the last Klasky Csupo related release. Also, with
&gt; &gt;&gt;the end of Klasky Csupo comes the end of its newsletter.
&gt; &gt;&gt;Subscribers may have realized that this is nearly the 3rd week that
&gt; &gt;&gt;one hasn't been sent. If you go to Klasky Csupo's website, the
&gt; &gt;&gt;Newsletter Signup page has been discontinued, and is now a free
&gt; &gt;&gt;domain for sale. Soon, the rest of the website will probably follow
&gt; &gt;&gt;in the same steps. It turns out, the falling of the KC Store did mean
&gt; &gt;&gt;nothing but the end of a well respected, great company.
&gt; &gt;&gt;
&gt; &gt;&gt;Rest In Peace
&gt; &gt;&gt;Klasky Csupo
&gt; &gt;&gt;1982-2006
&gt; &gt;
&gt; &gt;
&gt; &gt; Steve Mindykowski (posting on that board as &quot;azumanga&quot;):
&gt; &gt;
&gt; &gt;
&gt; &gt;&gt;Personally, I think it was K-C's contract with Viacom that did them in --
&gt; &gt;&gt;the contract they signed practically restricted them to Viacom's family
&gt; &gt;&gt;of channels and Paramount Pictures (commercials, including the Ronald
&gt; &gt;&gt;McDonald series, wren't affected). Once their contract was up, they
&gt; &gt;&gt;found that the industry has changed. Networks and cable channels
&gt; &gt;&gt;weren't interested, as they already had alliances with other companies.
&gt; &gt;&gt;Movie studios weren't interested, because the style was already on the
&gt; &gt;&gt;wane, as the results for &quot;The Wild Thornberrys Movie&quot; and &quot;Rugrats Go
&gt; &gt;&gt;Wild&quot; showed. Admen also largely stayed away as a result. Even Viacom
&gt; &gt;&gt;started giving them a cold shoulder, for one reason or another -- as
&gt; &gt;&gt;mentioned, several episodes of Ginger and AGU gather dust in the US,
&gt; &gt;&gt;while they've already been screened repeatedly worldwide. One whole
&gt; &gt;&gt;series (&quot;What's Cooking&quot;) remains unshown. And remember &quot;The
&gt; &gt;&gt;Immigrants&quot;, which was supposed to be part of Spike TV's animated
&gt; &gt;&gt;line-up and the inaugural series for K-C's &quot;Global Tantrum&quot; unit? Spike
&gt; &gt;&gt;said &quot;never mind&quot; after its animated shows backfired on them. And no one
&gt; &gt;&gt;else wanted to take a risk. I think we should also extend Viacom's
&gt; &gt;&gt;mistreatment to &quot;Duckman&quot;, which has yet to see a DVD release in the
&gt; &gt;&gt;states, and is seen at odd hours on Comedy Central.
&gt; &gt;&gt;
&gt; &gt;&gt;Klasky-Csupo was a great animation studio -- until Viacom's greed
&gt; &gt;&gt;literally killed them.
&gt; &gt;
&gt; &gt;
&gt; &gt; To paraphrase Rhonda from the just-as-much-lamented &quot;Hey Arnold!&quot;, that
&gt; &gt; was definitely UNCOOL!
&gt; &gt;
&gt; &gt; (sarcasm) Gee, I wonder why I created this page?
&gt; &gt;
&gt; &gt; <a href="http://members.tripod.com/~Rover_Wow/savekc.htm" target="_blank">http://members.tripod.com/~Rover_Wow/savekc.htm</a>
&gt; &gt;
&gt; &gt; We gotta get something done NOW. Get a huge mob in front of their
&gt; &gt; (K-C's and Nick's) offices, have most of them chip in a buck or two,
&gt; &gt; hold up pickets saying stuff like, &quot;No New (RP/TWT/AGU!), No Peace&quot;,
&gt; &gt; flood Viacom's offices of letters blaming them for K-C's downfall, and
&gt; &gt; so on, and so forth. Somehow convince Gabor and Arlene to resurrect the
&gt; &gt; company and buck up!
&gt; &gt;
&gt; &gt; Yeah, I'm being a bit overdramatic, and I know it's not much of a
&gt; &gt; change, but for the company who used to help animate the Simpsons to go
&gt; &gt; down the crapper just like that, is totally uncool.
&gt; &gt;
&gt; &gt; Comment!
&gt;
&gt; Umm... How old are you folks, getting worked up over a kid's cartoon?
&gt;
&gt; I mean I could understand if it was a cartoon you all grew up with, but...

We're talking about a studio, that's done a lot of varied work, over
almost 25 years.

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#7: Re: Klasky-Csupo... calling it quits?

Posted on 2006-07-24 06:04:56 by Invid Fan

In article &lt;<a href="mailto:hca8c25v3rldunhf8srv0t65icto9hh881&#64;4ax.com" target="_blank">hca8c25v3rldunhf8srv0t65icto9hh881&#64;4ax.com</a>&gt;, Don Del Grande
&lt;<a href="mailto:del_grande_news&#64;earthlink.net" target="_blank">del_grande_news&#64;earthlink.net</a>&gt; wrote:

&gt; I still have a feeling that the reason Duckman is not on DVD has
&gt; something to do with the music rights.
&gt;
Has Viacom released much animation wise on dvd? Apart from kiddy stuff,
that is. The MTV shows, apart from Aeon Flux, are still in the vaults.
I want The Maxx and Daria (even if they do have to strip all the music
from it...)

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#8: Re: Klasky-Csupo... calling it quits?

Posted on 2006-07-24 07:06:19 by Chris Sobieniak

Anim8rFSK wrote:
&gt; &gt; Umm... How old are you folks, getting worked up over a kid's cartoon?
&gt; &gt;
&gt; &gt; I mean I could understand if it was a cartoon you all grew up with, but...
&gt;
&gt; We're talking about a studio, that's done a lot of varied work, over
&gt; almost 25 years.

Some people just never undestand. I personally am not too interested
in their later material, but the stuff they were working on in the 80's
and 90's were groundbreaking none the less.

(neat to see a post from you after so long Anim8rFSK) :-)

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