A UPA Bibliography


Aaronson, Charles S., ed. 1960 International Motion Picture Almanac. New York: Quigley Publications, 1959.

Adamson, Joe. Tex Avery: King of Cartoons. New York: Popular Library, 1975. Reprint, New York: Da Capo Press, 1985.

———. The Walter Lantz Story: With Woody Woodpecker and Friends. New York: G. P. Putnam's Son, 1985.

American Business Consultants. Red Channels: The Report on Communist Influence on Radio and Television. New York:

          Counterattack, 1950.

Amidi, Amid. Cartoon Modern: Style and Design in Fifties Animation. San Francisco: Chronicle Books, 2006.

———. Inside UPA. [Los Angeles]: Cartoon Brew Books, 2007.

Arceneaux, Marc. Atomic Age: Art and Design of the Fifties. San Francisco: Troubador Press, 1975.

Art Directors Club of New York. 35th Annual of Advertising Editorial Art and Design. New York: Farrar, Straus and Cudahy, 1956.

———. 36th Art Directors Annual. New York: Farrar, Straus and Cudahy, 1957.

Backus, Jim, and Henny Backus. Forgive Us Our Digressions: An Autobiography. New York: St. Martin's Press, 1988.

Barbera, Joseph. My Life in 'Toons: From Flatbush to Bedrock in Under a Century. Atlanta: Turner Publishing, 1994.

Barnouw, Erik. The Sponsor: Notes on a Modern Potentate. New York: Oxford University Press, 1978.

Barrier, Michael. The Animated Man: A Life of Walt Disney. Berkeley: University of California Press, 2007.

———. Hollywood Cartoons: American Animation in Its Golden Age. New York: Oxford University Press, 1999.

Barson, Michael. "Better Dead Than Red!" A Nostalgic Look at the Golden Years of Russiaphobia, Red-Baiting, and Other Commie

          Madness. New York: Hyperion, 1992.

Baughman, James L. Same Time, Same Station: Creating American Television, 1948-1961. Baltimore: Johns Hopkins University

          Press, 2007.

Beck, Jerry. The Animated Movie Guide. Chicago: Chicago Review Press, A Cappella Books, 2005.

———, ed. Animation Art: From Pencil to Pixel, the History of Cartoon, Anime, and CGI. New York: HarperCollins, Harper Design

          International, 2004.

———, ed. The Fifty Greatest Cartoons: As Selected by 1,000 Animation Professionals. Atlanta: Turner Publishing, 1994.

Beck, Jerry, and Will Friedwald. Looney Tunes and Merrie Melodies: A Complete Illustrated Guide to the Warner Bros. Cartoons.

          New York: Henry Holt and Company, 1989.

Bendazzi, Giannalberto. Cartoons: One Hundred Years of Cinema Animation. Bloomington: Indiana University Press, 1994.

Benedict, Ruth. Race: Sciences and Politics. 1940. Rev. ed. New York: Viking, 1945.

Burke, Timothy, and Kevin Burke. Saturday Morning Fever: Growing Up with Cartoon Culture. New York: St. Martin's Griffin,


Cabarga, Leslie. The Fleischer Story: A History of the Max Fleischer Cartoon Studio in the Golden Age of Film Animation,

          1920-1942. 1976. Rev. ed. New York: Da Capo Press, 1988.

Candee, Marjorie Dent, ed. Current Biography Yearbook 1958. New York: H. W. Wilson Company, 1958.

Canemaker, John. Felix: The Twisted Tale of the World's Most Famous Cat. New York: Pantheon Books, 1991.

———, ed. Storytelling in Animation: The Art of the Animated Image, Volume Two. Los Angeles: American Film Institute, 1988.

———. Walt Disney's Nine Old Men and the Art of Animation. New York: Disney Editions, 2001.

Carlson, Paul. How to Draw Mr. Magoo!: A UPA Model Guide. N.p.: UPA Productions of America, 1973.

Cogley, John. Report on Blacklisting I: Movies. N.p.: Fund for the Republic, 1956. Reprint, New York: Arno Press, 1972.

Cohen, Karl F. Forbidden Animation: Censored Cartoons and Blacklisted Animators in America. Jefferson, N.C.: McFarland &

          Company, 1997. Reprint, 2004.

Crafton, Donald. Before Mickey: The Animated Film, 1898-1928. 1982. Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1993.

Culhane, John. Walt Disney's "Fantasia." New York: Harry N. Abrams, 1983. Reprint, New York: Abradale Press/Harry N. Abrams,


Culhane, Shamus. Talking Animals and Other People: The Autobiography of a Legendary Animator. New York: St. Martin's Press,

          1986. Reprint, New York: Da Capo Press, 1998.

Dardis, Tom. Some Time in the Sun. New York: Charles Scribner's Sons, 1976.

Deitch, Gene. How to Succeed in Animation: Don't Let a Little Thing Like Failure Stop You! N.p.: Animation World Network,

          2001. http://genedeitch.awn.com/.

Diamant, Lincoln. Television's Classic Commercials: The Golden Years, 1948-1958. New York: Hastings House, Communication

          Arts Books, 1971.

Doherty, Thomas. Projections of War: Hollywood, American Culture, and World War II. New York: Columbia University Press,


Fariello, Griffin. Red Scare: Memories of the American Inquisition, An Oral History. New York: W. W. Norton & Company, 1995.

Feild, Robert D. The Art of Walt Disney. New York: Macmillan, 1942.

Finch, Christopher. The Art of Walt Disney: From Mickey Mouse to the Magic Kingdoms. New York: Harry N. Abrams, 1973.

          Reprint, New York: Abradale Press/Harry N. Abrams, 1983.

Fleischer, Richard. Out of the Inkwell: Max Fleischer and the Animation Revolution. Lexington: University Press of Kentucky,


Friedrich, Otto. City of Nets: A Portrait of Hollywood in the 1940's. New York: Harper & Row, 1986.

Furniss, Maureen. Art in Motion: Animation Aesthetics. 1998. Rev. ed. Eastleigh, England: John Libbey, 2007.

Gabler, Neal. Walt Disney: The Triumph of the American Imagination. New York: Alfred A. Knopf, 2006.

Goldmark, Daniel. Tunes for 'Toons: Music and the Hollywood Cartoon. Berkeley: University of California Press, 2005.

Gomery, Douglas. The Hollywood Studio System: A History. London: British Film Institute, 2005.

Goodman, Walter. The Committee: The Extraordinary Career of the House Committee on Un-American Activities. New York:

          Farrar, Straus and Giroux, 1968.

Grauer, Neil A. Remembering Laughter: A Life of James Thurber. Lincoln: University of Nebraska Press, 1994. Reprint, 1995.

Guffey, Elizabeth E. Retro: The Culture of Revival. London: Reaktion Books, 2006.

Hall, Jim. Mighty Minutes: An Illustrated History of Television's Best Commercials. New York: Crown, Harmony Books, 1984.

Hanna, Bill, with Tom Ito. A Cast of Friends. Dallas: Taylor Publishing Company, 1996.

Heimann, Jim, ed. All-American Ads: 50s. 2001. Köln, Germany: Taschen, 2002.

Holliss, Richard, and Brian Sibley. The Disney Studio Story. New York: Crown Publishers, 1988.

Horn, Richard. Fifties Style. New York: Friedman/Fairfax Publishers, 1993.

Iwerks, Leslie, and John Kenworthy. The Hand behind the Mouse: An Intimate Biography of the Man Walt Disney Called "The

          Greatest Animator in the World." New York: Disney Editions, 2001.

Jackson, Kathy Merlock, ed. Walt Disney Conversations. Jackson: University Press of Mississippi, 2006.

Jones, Chuck. Chuck Amuck: The Life and Times of an Animated Cartoonist. New York: Farrar Straus Giroux, 1989.

Kepes, Gyorgy. The Language of Vision. Chicago: Paul Theobald, 1944. Reprint, 1951.

Kinney, Jack. Walt Disney and Other Assorted Characters: An Unauthorized Account of the Early Years at Disney's. New York:

          Crown, Harmony Books, 1988.

Klein, Norman M. Seven Minutes: The Life and Death of the American Animated Cartoon. London: Verso, 1993.

Krause, Martin, and Linda Witkowski. Walt Disney's "Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs": An Art in Its Making. New York:

          Hyperion, 1994.

Lawson, Tim, and Alisa Persons. The Magic behind the Voices: A Who's Who of Cartoon Voice Actors. Jackson: University Press of

          Mississippi, 2004.

Lenburg, Jeff. The Encyclopedia of American Cartoons. New York: Facts on File, 1991.

———. Who's Who in Animated Cartoons: An International Guide to Film and Television's Award-Winning and Legendary

          Animators. New York: Applause Theatre & Cinema Books, 2006.

Lev, Peter. The Fifties: Transforming the Screen, 1950-1959. New York: Charles Scribner's Sons, 2003. Reprint, Berkeley:

          University of California Press, n.d.

Mallory, Michael. Hanna-Barbera Cartoons. N.p.: Hugh Lauter Levin Associates, 1998.

Maltin, Leonard. The Disney Films. New York: Crown Publishers, 1973.

———. The Great Movie Shorts: Those Wonderful One- and Two-Reelers of the Thirties and Forties. New York: Crown, Bonanza

          Books, 1972.

———. Of Mice and Magic: A History of American Animated Cartoons. 1980. Rev. ed. New York: New American Library, 1987.

Manvell, Roger. The Animated Film. London: Sylvan Press, 1954.

McGilligan, Patrick, and Paul Buhle. Tender Comrades: A Backstory of the Hollywood Blacklist. New York: St. Martin's Press,


McMahan, Harry Wayne. The Television Commercial: How to Create and Produce Effective TV Advertising. 1954. Rev. ed. New

          York: Hastings House, 1957.

Merritt, Russell, and J. B. Kaufman. Walt Disney's Silly Symphonies: A Companion to the Classic Cartoon Series. Gemona, Italy:

          La Cineteca del Friuli, 2006.

Morgan, Judith, and Neil Morgan. Dr. Seuss and Mr. Geisel: A Biography. New York: Random House, 1995.

Naremore, James, and Patrick Brantlinger, eds. Modernity and Mass Culture. Bloomington: Indiana University Press, 1991.

Navasky, Victor S. Naming Names. New York: Viking, 1980.

Packard, Vance. The Hidden Persuaders. New York: David McCay Company, 1957.

Peary, Danny, and Gerald Peary, eds. The American Animated Cartoon: A Critical Anthology. New York: E. P. Dutton, 1980.

Peri, Don. Working with Walt: Interviews with Disney Artists. Jackson: University Press of Mississippi, 2008.

Pintoff, Ernest. Bolt from the Blue: A True Story. Salt Lake City: Northwest Publishing, 1992.

Rieder, Howard Edward. "The Development of the Satire of Mr. Magoo." Master's thesis, University of Southern California, August


Riesman, David. The Lonely Crowd: A Study of the Changing American Character. New Haven: Yale University Press, 1950.

Schatz, Thomas. The Genius of the System: Hollywood Filmmaking in the Studio Era. 1988. New York: Random House, Pantheon

          Books, 1990.

Scheibach, Michael. Atomic Narratives and American Youth: Coming of Age with the Atom, 1945-1955. Jefferson, N.C.: McFarland

          and Company, 2003.

Schickel, Richard. The Disney Version: The Life, Times, Art and Commerce of Walt Disney. New York: Simon and Schuster, 1968.

Schneider, Steve. That's All Folks!: The Art of Warner Bros. Animation. New York: Henry Holt and Company, 1988. Reprint, New

          York: An Owl Book, 1990.

Scott, Keith. The Moose That Roared: The Story of Jay Ward, Bill Scott, a Flying Squirrel, and a Talking Moose. New York: St.

          Martin's Press, Thomas Dunne Books, 2000.

Shull, Michael S., and David E. Wilt. Doing Their Bit: Wartime American Animated Short Films, 1939-1945. 1987. 2nd ed.

          Jefferson, N.C.: McFarland and Company, 2004.

Sigall, Martha. Living Life inside the Lines: Tales from the Golden Age of Animation. Jackson: University Press of Mississippi,


Sito, Tom. Drawing the Line: The Untold Story of the Animation Unions from Bosko to Bart Simpson. Lexington: University Press

          of Kentucky, 2006.

Smoodin, Eric. Animating Culture: Hollywood Cartoons from the Sound Era. New Brunswick, N.J.: Rutgers University Press, 1993.

Solomon, Charles. Enchanted Drawings: The History of Animation. New York: Alfred A. Knopf, 1989.

Spigel, Lynn. TV by Design: Modern Art and the Rise of Network Television. Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 2008.

Stabile, Carol A., and Mark Harrison, eds. Prime Time Animation: Television Animation and American Culture. London: Taylor &

          Francis, Routledge, 2003.

Staiger, Janet, ed. The Studio System. New Brunswick, NJ: Rutgers University Press, 1995.

Stephenson, Ralph. The Animated Film. London: Tantivy Press, 1973.

Stouffer, Samuel A. Communism, Conformity, and Civil Liberties: A Cross-Section of the Nation Speaks Its Mind. New York:

          Doubleday & Co., 1955. Reprint, New Brunswick, NJ: Transaction Publishers, 1992.

Thomas, Bob. Building a Company: Roy O. Disney and the Creation of an Entertainment Empire. New York: Hyperion, 1998.

———. King Cohn: The Life and Times of Harry Cohn. New York: G. P. Putnam's Sons, 1967.

———. Walt Disney: An American Original. New York: Simon and Schuster, 1976.

———. Walt Disney: The Art of Animation. New York: Simon and Schuster, 1958.

Thomas, Frank, and Ollie Johnston. Disney Animation: The Illusion of Life. New York: Abbeville Press, 1981.

Thompson, George Raynor, and Dixie R. Harris. The Signal Corps: The Outcome (Mid-1943 through 1945). Washington, D.C.:

          United States Army, 1966.

Tytla, Adrienne. Disney's Giant and the Artist's Model. Deep River, Conn.: Valley Press and New Era Printing Company, 2004.

Van Citters, Darrell. Mister Magoo's Christmas Carol: The Making of the First Animated Christmas Special. Los Angeles: Oxberry

          Press, 2009.

Whyte, William H., Jr. The Organization Man. New York: Simon and Schuster, 1956.

Writers' Congress: The Proceedings of the Congress Held in October 1943 under the Sponsorship of the Hollywood Writers'

          Mobilization and the University of California. Berkeley: University of California Press, 1944.


Adams, Val. "C.B.S. Animates TV Cartoon Deal." New York Times, 3 August 1955.

"AFL Unionists Walk Through Disney Pickets." Hollywood Citizen-News, 9 July 1941.

Ager, Cecelia. "New Disney Film Shows How Disney Films Are Made." PM, Weekly, 1 June 1941.

American Business Consultants. Counterattack: Facts to Combat Communism, 14 April-8 December September 1950.

———. Counterattack: Facts to Combat Communism, 4 April 1952.

———. Counterattack: The Newsletter of Facts on Communism, 23 May-21 November 1947.

———. The New Counterattack: Facts to Combat Communism, 25 December 1953.

Ames, Walter. "Truman to Be Heard Today on Anniversary of Korea War; Marvin Miller Is Busy Body." Los Angeles Times, 25

          June 1951.

———. "UPA in Cartoon Deal with CBS; Buzzell Drops Series, No TV Time." Los Angeles Times, 3 August 1955.

Amidi, Amid. "'No—Not That': The Great UPA TV Experiment That Nobody Wanted to See." Ottawa International Animation

          Festival Program, 2002.

"Animators Exit UPA in Pay Tiff." Daily Variety, 25 July 1952.

"'Arabian Nights' with Mr. Magoo Here Wednesday." Los Angeles Times, 14 December 1959.

Archerd, Army. Just for Variety. Daily Variety, 26 January 1999.

Archibald, Lewis. "Animation Comes of Age: John Hubley." Film Library Quarterly 3, no. 2 (Spring 1970):, 5-10.

"Artists Back at Work as Disney Strike Ends." Hollywood Citizen-News, 29 July 1941.

Babbitt, Art. Interview by Karl Strzyz. The Comics Journal, no. 120 (March 1988):, 77-87.

Baker, Ed. "Pursued by Magoo." TV Guide, 27 May 1961.

"Ballet-Oop!: A Happy Little UPA Satire." Dance Magazine, January 1955.

Bannon, Lisa. "Mr. Magoo Watches U.S. Cultural History and Struggles to Adapt." Wall Street Journal, 31 July 1997.

Barrier, Mike. "John and Faith Hubley: Traditional Animation Transformed." Millimeter, February 1977.

Beckerman, Howard. "Abe Liss Never Hired Me." Filmmakers Newsletter 9, no. 8 (June 1976):, 57-58.

———. "Grim Natwick: The Creator of Betty Boop." Cartoonist Profiles, no. 89 (March 1991).

———. "Once There Was a Studio." Backstage, 30 September 1983.

———. "Whatever Happened to Ernest Pintoff?" Filmmakers Newsletter 7, no. 3 (January 1974): , 40, 42.

"Big Bad Walt." PM, 29 May 1941.

"The Big Bad Wolf." Fortune, November 1934.

"Bioff 'Help' Spurned in Disney Strike." Hollywood Citizen-News, 2 July 1941.

Bishko, Leslie. "The Tip of the Iceberg: A Conversation with Lee Mishkin." FPS, no. 16 (2000):, 28-32.

"Boing!" Time, 5 February 1951.

Bongard, David. "Animated Cartoons Find Higher Purpose: Film Cartoonists Try to Be More Than Just Quaint." Los Angeles Daily

          News, 2 February 1953.

Borshell, Allan. "The Animated Film: Maths, Manvell and Metaphysics." Film, no. 4 (March 1955):, 12-15.

"Bosustow Being Honored for City of Hope Aid." Hollywood Reporter, 8 December 1954.

"Bosustow Chairman in New UPA Setup." Hollywood Reporter, 7 July 1960.

"Bosustow Obtains Animation Patent." Hollywood Reporter, 18 April 1962.

"Bosustow Reelected President of UPA." Hollywood Reporter, 19 February 1954.

Bosustow, Stephen, and John C. Mahon, Jr. "American Animation Films Today." Journal of the University Film Producers

          Association 8, no. 4 (Summer 1956):, 5-6.

"Bosustow Sues UPA for Pact Breach." Daily Variety, 19 October 1961.

"Bosustow-UPA Lawsuit to Trial on Sept. 27." Boxoffice, 26 September 1966.

"Bosustow U.S. Rep for Animation Fest." Hollywood Reporter, 18 June 1973.

Bower, Anthony. "Snow White and the 1,200 Dwarfs." Nation, 10 May 1941.

Brady, Thomas. "Whimsy on Strike." New York Times, 29 June 1941.

"Bright-Toned Fantasy." Review of 1001 Arabian Nights. Newsweek, 21 December 1959.

Brooks, Walter. "'Disjointed Programs' and the Short Subject Place in the Theatre." Motion Picture Herald, 27 October 1956.

———. "Resurgence of Short Subjects." Motion Picture Herald, 31 October 1953.

Bucklin, Mrs. Louis L. Motion Picture Previews. National Parent-Teacher, February 1954.

———. Motion Picture Previews. National Parent-Teacher, November 1954.

———. Review of Destination Magoo. National Parent-Teacher, April 1955.

Canby, Vincent. "Hors d'Oeuvres for the Big Screen's Feature Feast." Motion Picture Herald, 29 November 1958.

———. "Marquee Lights for Myopic Mr. Magoo." Motion Picture Herald, 28 February 1959.

Canemaker, John. "David Hilberman." Cartoonist Profiles, no. 48 (December 1980):, 17-21.

———. "Lost Rainbow." Print, March-April 1993.

———. "Vladimir William Tytla (1904-1968), Animation's Michelangelo." Cinefantastique, Fall 1976.

"Cartoonists in Appeal for Strike Support." Hollywood Citizen-News, 27 May 1941.

"Cartoonists Plan Pickets for Theaters." Los Angeles Times, 1 June 1941.

"Cartoonists Strike at Disney Studio." Hollywood Citizen-News, 28 May 1941.

"Cartoon Strikers Get No Day Off." Los Angeles Times, 31 May 1941.

"The Cat's Meow." Review of Gay Purr-ee. Newsweek, 26 November 1962.

"CBS 'Eye' Pic Short Proves Notable Promotion Piece; Offsets Downbeat Mood." Variety, 18 June 1952.

Clarke, Steve. "Brit Kidvidder Pays $210 Mil for Classic." Daily Variety Gotham, 15 December 2006.

Coates, Paul V. "Tablecloth Sketches." Los Angeles Mirror-News, 3 August 1956.

Cohen, Karl. "The Development of the Animated TV Commercial in the 1940s." Animation Journal 1, issue 1 (Fall 1992):, 35-54.

———. "Witch Hunt in the Magic Kingdom: The Investigation of Alleged Communists in the Animation Industry." Animatrix, no. 6

          (1992):, 44-52.

"Col Ponders Purchasing Control of United Productions Cartoonery." Daily Variety, 9 April 1952.

"Conciliator Acts in Disney Strike." Hollywood Citizen-News, 5 July 1941.

Corliss, Richard, ed. The Hollywood Cartoon. Special issue of Film Comment 11, no. 1 (January-February 1975).

Cousins, Norman. "Modern Man Is Obsolete." Saturday Review of Literature, 18 August 1945.

"Creativity Basic." Television Age, 1 December 1958.

Crowther, Bosley. "'Gay Purr—ee' Cartoon." Review of Gay Purr-ee. New York Times, 6 December 1962.

———. "McBoing Boing, Magoo and Bosustow." New York Times Magazine, 21 December 1952.

———. "'Ways of Love,' in Which Work of Three Noted Foreign Directors Is Intertwined, at Paris." Review of Ways of Love. New

          York Times, 13 December 1950.

Culhane, Shamus. "The Death of Grim Natwick." Cartoonist Profiles, no. 89 (March 1991).

Daily Variety, 2-31 July 1941.

Deitch, Gene. "New Ways to Move." Art Direction, September 1958.

Di Fate, Vincent. "3-D Cinema: Yesterday, Today, and Tomorrow." Filmfax Plus, Spring 2009.

Dill, Jane Ann. "Jules Engel: Film Artist, A Painterly Aesthetic." Animation Journal 1, issue 2 (Spring 1993):, 51-65.

DiOrio, Carl. "Classic Grabs Harvey Stake." Daily Variety, 25 August 2000.

"Disney Directed to Reinstate, Pay Animator." Hollywood Citizen-News, 16 November 1941.

"Disney Peace Proposal Turned Down." Hollywood Citizen-News, 11 July 1941.

"Disney Strike Conciliation Move Looming." Hollywood Citizen-News, 3 June 1941.

"Disney Strikers Return to Jobs." Los Angeles Times, 30 July 1941.

"Disney Studio Denies Accusations by Sorrell." Los Angeles Examiner, 5 March 1948.

"Disney Studio, Striking Cartoonists 'Dig In.'" Hollywood Citizen-News, 3 July 1941.

"Disney Union Dissolved by Stipulation." Hollywood Citizen-News, 22 May 1941.

"Drawing and Animation." The Animator, March 1942.

"F.D.R. Aid in Disney Row May Be Sought." Hollywood Citizen-News, 4 June 1941.

Ferguson, Otis. "Extra Added Attractions." The New Republic, 7 August 1935.

Fiore, R. "The Disney Strike from Inside and Out." The Comics Journal, no. 120 (March 1988):, 74-75.

"First Day Results 50-50 on Disney Studio Strike Front." Los Angeles Daily News, 29 May 1941.

Fisher, David. "Two Premieres: Disney and UPA." Sight and Sound 23 no. 1 (July-September 1953):, 40-41.

———. "U.P.A. in England." Sight and Sound 26, no. 1 (Summer 1956):, 45.

"Five UPA Subjects Released to Homes." Hollywood Reporter, 23 November, 1955.

Fleming, Mildred. "Labor Facts Sent to Servicemen." Daily Worker, 5 August 1944.

Fox, David J. "Free Ideas Here! We've Got Eyes Out for Magoo." Los Angeles Times, 23 August 1992.

Friedwald, Will Timbes. "The Fox and the Crow." Mindrot, no. 15 (20 August 1979):, 9-12.

Furniss, Maureen. "Beyond Animation: The Personal Side of Ernest Pintoff." Animation Magazine, March 1997.

Galbraith, Stuart, IV. "Godzilla's American Cousin: The Eclectic Career of Henry G. Saperstein." Filmfax, June/July 1994.

Garity, W. E., and J. L. Ledeen. "The New Walt Disney Studio." Journal of the Society of Motion Picture Engineers 36 (January

          1941): 3-29.

"'Gay Purr-ee' Will Screen." Los Angeles Times, 29 November 1962.

Glenn, Charles. "The Disney Strike: 'Business as Usual' Propaganda Nailed." People's World, 6 June 1941.

———. "Headaches for Disney: Screen Cartoonists Strike Solid." People's World, 2 July 1941.

———. "Portrait of a Disney Strike Leader." People's World, 6 June 1941.

Glenn, Larry. "'Purr-ee' a la Garland." New York Times, 10 December 1961.

Goodman, Ezra. "Chronicle for a Column." Los Angeles Daily News, 13 March 1951.

———. Los Angeles Daily News, 15 May 1950.

"Gossipy Memo." Vogue, 1 February 1951.

Grad, Maurice. "The Public Still Wants Shorts for a Complete Show." Motion Picture Herald, 29 November 1958.

Greene, Ray. "Unlimited Animation: Remembering the Golden Era of UPA, the Little Animation Studio That Could." Boxoffice,

          July 1997, 18-19.

"Grim but Funny." Life, 21 April 1952.

Groth, Gary. "You Are Now Entering Deitchworld." The Comics Journal, no. 292 (October 2008):, 24-189.

Guernsey, Otis L., Jr. "The Movie Cartoon Is Coming of Age." New York Herald Tribune, 29 November 1953.

"Guild Strikers Seek Wide Boycott on Disney Films." Los Angeles Times, 30 May 1941.

"Harvey to Get Cash Influx, Magoo Rights." Los Angeles Times, 25 August 2000, Orange County edition.

Hayes, Dade. "Boomerang's Kidvid Curve." Daily Variety Gotham, 2 April 2009.

Hellman, Jack. "Light and Airy." Daily Variety, 16 September 1966.

"Henry Saperstein's TV Packaging Star Rising; Nr. 'Magoo' Deal with Kellogg's." Daily Variety, 9 June 1960.

Herbstman, Mandel. "Find New Day Dawning for Short Subjects." Motion Picture Herald, 31 October 1953.

———. "Today's Shorts Timely and Technically New." Motion Picture Herald, 23 October 1954.

Hift, Fred. "'McBoing-Boing' Sounds Off with a Bang, Bang." New York Times, 14 January 1951.

———. "'McBoing' to 'Rooty Toot.'" New York Times, 16 March 1952.

"High Cost, Low Rentals Seen Cartoon Woe." Motion Picture Herald, 3 November 1956.

Hindes, Andrew. "Disney Brings Life to Magoo." Daily Variety, 29 September 1995.

Hine, Al. "McBoing-Boing and Magoo." Holiday, June 1951.

"The Holiday Awards for 1951." Holiday, January 1952.

Hubley, John. "Beyond Pigs and Bunnies: The New Animator's Art." American Scholar 44, no. 2 (Spring 1975):, 213-223.

Hubley, John, and Zachary Schwartz. "Animation Learns a New Language." Hollywood Quarterly 2, no. 1 (July 1946):, 360-363.

"Hubley on Storyboard." Top Cel, February 1956.

"Industrial Films Setup Is Changed." Boxoffice, 21 July 1945.

"Inspiration! Imagination! Animation!" Production Design, May 1952.

Kass, Robert. Film and TV. The Catholic World, May 1952.

———. Film and TV. The Catholic World, September 1953.

Kennedy, Bill. "The Great Magoo." Los Angeles Herald Examiner, 29 April 1962.

Kimball, Ward. "Cartooning in CinemaScope." Films in Review 5, no. 3 (March 1954):, 118-119.

———. Interview by Karl Strzyz. The Comics Journal, no. 120 (March 1988):, 89-96.

Klein, I. "'Screen Gems' Made of Paste: Memories of the Charles Mintz Studio." Funnyworld, no. 20 (Summer 1979):, 39-41.

Knight, Arthur. "The New Look in Cartooning." Saturday Review of Literature, 21 April 1951.

———. "U.P.A. Goes Boing-Boing." Esquire, February 1953.

———. "UPA, Magoo & McBoing-Boing." Art Digest, 1 February 1952.

———. "Up from Disney." Theatre Arts, August 1951.

"Labor Council Ultimatum Given Disney." Hollywood Citizen-News, 5 June 1941.

Landler, Mark. "Back to Hong Kong, Where the Action Is." New York Times, 13 August 2000.

Langsner, Jules. "UPA." Arts and Architecture, December 1954.

Lardner, Ring, Jr., Maurice Rapf, John Hubley, and Phil Eastman. "'Brotherhood of Man': A Script." Hollywood Quarterly 2, no. 1

          (July 1946):, 343-359.

Lee, Walter W., Jr. "UPA." Pendulum 2, no. 3 (Spring 1953):, 42-50.

———, ed. UPA. Special issue of It 6 (Winter 1956).

Leenhouts, Grant. "Story Development and Control in Training Films." Journal of the Society of Motion Picture Engineers 44, no.

          5 (May 1945): 340-342.

Leydon, Joe. Review of Mr. Magoo. Variety, 22 December 1997 - 4 January 1998.

"Lights, Camera—and Cartoons." New York Times Magazine, 24 August 1952.

"Little Headlines." Film Daily, 3 October 1946.

Louchheim, Aline B. "Cartoons as Art: UPA Films Absorb an Important Function." New York Times, 23 August 1953.

Lubin, Edward R. "Disney Is Still Creative." Films in Review 5, no. 3 (March 1954):, 115-118.

MacKaye, Milton. "The Big Brawl: Hollywood vs. Television." Parts 1-3. Saturday Evening Post, 19 January 1952; 26 January

          1952; 2 February 1952.

Maddocks, Melvio. "'1001 Arabian Nights' Animated at the Orpheum." Review of 1001 Arabian Nights. Christian Science Monitor,

          18 December 1959.

Magoo, Mr., and Roger Tilton. "Try Your Hand at Animation." Popular Photography, June 1956.

"Magoo, Now in '1001 Nights,' Not Intended to Be a Star." Review of 1001 Arabian Nights. Boston Sunday Herald, 13 December


"Magoo's Daddy to Do Learning Cartoons." Film-TV Daily, 3 April 1969.

Maltin, Leonard. "Jim Backus." Comedy, Summer 1980.

Manvell, Roger. "Giving Life to the Fantastic: A History of the Cartoon Film." Films and Filming 3, no. 2 (November 1956):, 7-9,


"Market Realities Switch UPA to New Format and Characters." Daily Variety, 24 April 1958.

"Maron to Sell UPA, U.S., Canada" Hollywood Reporter, 18 June 1970.

Mauceri, James. "'No Conflict' Seen for UPA in CBS-Terry Deal." Film Daily, 11 January 1956.

McManus, John T. "Auto Workers' Film Roars Hell-Bent for FDR." PM, 25 September 1944.

———. "Fun and Function." PM, 10 April 1946.

"Men Who Draw Walt Disney's Animated Cartoons Report Their Own Strike." PM, 6 June 1941, 16-17.

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