Channel 9 commentary team goes Retro to celebrate 40 years of ODI cricket

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January 16th 2011 MCG – To celebrate 40 years of ODI cricket, the channel 9 commentary team dress up like in the 1970s like the first commentary team as it was in the 1970s. Ian Healy as Bill Lawry, Mark Taylor as Max Walker, James Brayshaw as Richie Benaud , Michael Slater as Ian Chappell and Tony Grieg as himself. Even Michael Clarke and Andrew Strauss came wearing Dennis Lillee headbands to the toss. #AusvInd

BETTY BOOP in POOR CINDERELLA HD with Commentary A Vintage Animated cartoon

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BETTY BOOP in POOR CINDERELLA HD with Commentary A Vintage Animated cartoon

Color Classics series – 1934
Fleischer Studios, Inc.
Run time: 10:34

Directed by Dave Fleischer
Produced by Max Fleischer
Voices by Bonnie Poe, Jack Mercer
Music by Murray Mencher , Jack Scholl , Charles Tobias
Lou Fleischer (supervisor, uncredited)
Sammy Timberg (director, uncredited)
Animation by Seymour Kneitel, Roland Crandall, William Henning
Studio Fleischer Studios
Distributed by Paramount Pictures
A Paramount Color Classic Picture
Release date(s) August 3, 1934
Color process Cinecolor

All Betty Boop films in the 1930s were made in black and white except for this one color film. In fact, this is the first color cartoon produced by Fleischer Studios. You’ll notice that Betty appears to have red hair. That’s because this was filmed in an early color process called Cinecolor, basically a two-color process that resulted in a limited range of colors. Technicolor, which gave a full range of color, existed at this time but Walt Disney had an exclusive contract for its use in animation.

Poor Cinderella was also the first film in which Betty Boop appears more modestly dressed — in response to the new moral restrictions imposed by the Hays Film Production Code, which governed “appropriate” motion picture content in the US from 1930-1968.

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