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Chief Serenbe

July 12th, 2011 · No Comments · Filmmakers, Harvey Deneroff, Stop motion animation, Student films

I usually don’t take notice of student films here, but I understandably am making an exception for Evan Curtis’ Chief Serenbe, made last year at the Savannah College of Art and Design — especially since it was made in f my graduate-level Media Theory class. (He has been in three of my classes and I […]

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Astro Boy and Anime Come to the Americas — The Google eBook Edition

December 6th, 2010 · No Comments · Anime, Books, Harvey Deneroff

Astro Boy and Anime Come to the Americas, the book I helped Fred Ladd write about his involvement with anime (as producer and adapter of films/programs for the American market), as well as his view of the post-Astro Boy history of Japanese animation, is now available as a Google eBook. (It can be ordered here.) […]

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Astro Boy and Anime Come to the Americas Now Available on Kindle

December 12th, 2009 · No Comments · Anime, Books, Harvey Deneroff

 Astro Boy and Anime Come to the Americas, Fred Ladd’s personal history of his involvement with producing the American versions of such early Japanese animated TV series as Astro Boy and Gigantor, has now been made available as an Amazon’s Kindle Book for only $9.99, which you can order here. (The original print edition is, […]

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Joe by Gilbert Bundy

August 21st, 2009 · 3 Comments · Animation studios, Animators, Harvey Deneroff

The Joe in question is my father, Joe Deneroff, and the drawing by cartoonist and illustrator Gilbert Bundy was apparently done in 1943 when both were working in the US Army Air Force’s fabled First Motion Picture Unit FMPU),  based at Fort Roach (i.e., the Hal Roach Studio, Culver City, California). My mother said my […]

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Malvin Wald

March 14th, 2008 · 1 Comment · Filmmakers, Harvey Deneroff

Screenwriter Malvin Wald died last Thursday, March 6, in Sherman Oaks, California, at age 90. I first got to know him casually when I was a student at the University of Southern California’s Cinema Department, where he taught part time. (He is pictured at left in 1950 while visiting USC with the legendary Slavko Vorkapitch, […]

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I’m Back

December 3rd, 2007 · No Comments · Harvey Deneroff

It’s been almost 3 years since took what I thought would be a brief hiatus from my Animation Consultants International website when I took up teaching duties at the Savannah College of Art and Design. A lot has happened in the interim, most obviously the growth of the animation blogosphere, the widespread hysteria surrounding motion […]

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