Category: Marc Anthony

Model sheet for “Kiss Me Cat”, 1953, based on …

Model sheet for “Kiss Me Cat”, 1953, based on drawings by Chuck Jones.

A Looney Tunes release opening in theaters on February 21, 1953. Directed by Charles M. Jones; Story by Michael Maltese; Animation by Lloyd Vaughn, Ken Harris, and Ben Washam; Layouts by Maurice Noble; Backgrounds by Philip DeGuard; Voice characterizations by Mel Blanc and (uncredited Bea Bernaderet); Musical Direction by Carl W. Stalling.*

*Eternal gratitude to Jerry Beck and Will Friedwald for their indispensable Looney Tunes and Merrie Melodies, A Complete Guide to the Warner Bros. Cartoons, a book no cartoon fan should be without.

Style guide drawings for Marc Anthony by Chuck…

Style guide drawings for Marc Anthony by Chuck Jones, circa 1950s-1990s, graphite on 12 field animation paper.

“Feed the Kitty” 1952, original model sheet, d…

“Feed the Kitty” 1952, original model sheet, drawings by Chuck Jones.

Cat feud. 

Cat feud. 

Character drawings and relative dimensions of Marc Anthony–drawing from the fun side of your brain–graphite on 12 field animation paper by Chuck Jones, top and bottom circa mid-1950s, center two circa mid-1990s.

Original layout drawing, graphite on 12 field …

Original layout drawing, graphite on 12 field animation paper, by Chuck Jones for his 1954, “Feline Frame-up”*, starring Marc Anthony and Claude Cat.

*No cats were harmed in the making of this cartoon. 

Fabio Napoleoni weighs in on Chuck Jones in “N…

Fabio Napoleoni weighs in on Chuck Jones in “Nap Time”, acrylic on canvas, 12″ x 16″. 

“Feed the Kitty”, released theatrically Februa…

“Feed the Kitty”, released theatrically February 2, 1952, directed by Charles M. Jones;  Story by Michael Maltese; Animation by Robert Gribbroek, Backgrounds by Philip DeGuard; Musical Direction by Carl W. Stalling.