FREE shipping on qualifying offers. That's Not All Folks! Paperback – November 1, 1989. by. Mel Blanc (Author).
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That's Not All Folks Hardcover – August 1, 1988. Mel Blanc started at the bottom, looking for work at local radio stations and landing a few jobs here and there until Warner Brothers hired him for some gigs providing voices to cartoons.
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Blanc's such a gentleman that he spells his expletives like so: F K. Such manners charm, but when they mean not saying a bad word about anyone, they also bore. As Blanc tells it, his life-from boyhood in Oregon to radio emceeing to doing cartoon voices for Disney and Warner Brothers to joining Jack Benny's troupe-has been spent shaking hands with one saint or genius after another. Even when he took Woody Woodpecker inventor Walter Lantz to court over a dispute as to who owned Woody's voice, Blanc ""considered Lantz a friend; still do, in fact
In December 1936, Mel Blanc joined Leon Schlesinger Productions, which was producing theatrical cartoon shorts for Warner Bros. That's Not All, Folks!, 1988, by Mel Blanc and Philip Bashe.
In December 1936, Mel Blanc joined Leon Schlesinger Productions, which was producing theatrical cartoon shorts for Warner Bros. After sound man Treg Brown was put in charge of cartoon voices, and Carl Stalling became music director, Brown introduced Blanc to animation directors Tex Avery, Bob Clampett, Friz Freleng, and Frank Tashlin, who loved his voices. Warner Books, ISBN 0-446-39089-5 (softcover), ISBN 0-446-51244-3 (hardcover).
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Philip Bashe’s most popular book is That's Not All Folks: My Life in the Golden Age of Cartoons. Showing 20 distinct works. That's Not All Folks: My Life in the Golden Age of Cartoons and Radio by. Mel Blanc, Philip Bashe.
Mel Blanc & Philip Bashe. Bibliographic Details. Title: That's Not all Folks!
Mel Blanc & Philip Bashe. ISBN 10: 0446512443, ISBN 13: 9780446512442. Published by Warner Books, New York, 1988. Condition: As New Hardcover. Title: That's Not all Folks! My Life in the Golden. Publisher: Warner Books, New York. Publication Date: 1988.
with this book, "That's NOT All Folks!", we read the Mel Blanc story from his birth to 1988 (he passed away in 1989). Though the man left us in 1989, Mel Blanc will forever live on in the characters he voiced
with this book, "That's NOT All Folks!", we read the Mel Blanc story from his birth to 1988 (he passed away in 1989). we're informed of how he was raised in a melting pot and he started to mimick different dialects. he indirectly states that he's not a dialectition (one who specializes in dialects) because most of his dialects have. Though the man left us in 1989, Mel Blanc will forever live on in the characters he voiced. This book provides biographical information as well as a behind-the-scenes look at the activities of the Warner Brothers studio. Readers will learn how the individual voices were created and will even see photos of Mel "portraying" the character as he talks.
Mel Blanc with his various Looney Tunes and Hanna-Barbera characters. . Mel Blanc, Philip Bashe (1988), That's Not All Folks, Warner Books. Early photo of Mel Blanc's family; Mel is on the bottom left. A young Mel performing.