Gerald Mcboing Boing

Author: Dr. Seuss
Editor: Random House Books for Young Readers
ISBN: 1524716359
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Gerald McCloy is sent home from school because he can only speak in sounds and not in words.

Gerald Mcboing Boing

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Gerald Mcboing Boing

Author: Dr. Seuss
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ISBN: 9781524717575
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Gerald's communication in the form of clangs, toots, and blasts, distresses his parents and the kids at school.

Gerald Mcboing Boing

Author: United Productions of America
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Gerald Mcboing Boing

Author: Dr. Seuss
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ISBN: 9780375809255
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A little boy named Gerald doesn't speak words but communicates in the form of clangs, toots, and blasts, which distresses his parents and the kids at school.

Gerald Mcboing Boing

Author: Gerald Mcboing Boing
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ISBN: 9780738935621
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Six take-offs on familiar fairy tales such as Hansel and Gretel, Jack and the Beanstalk, Cinderella, and The Princess and the Pea, featuring Gerald McBoing Boing.

Gerald Mcboing Boing Sound Book

Author: Dr. Seuss
Editor: Random House Books for Young Readers
ISBN: 9780375824432
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When Gerald started talking, you know what he said? He didn’t speak words—he went boing boing instead! Press the boing sound button on this sturdy board book to help Gerald express himself in this fabulously quirky, radically read-aloudable tale, based on the Academy Award–winning motion picture by Dr. Seuss!

Gerald Mcboing Boing

Author: Gail Kubik
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Upa Presents The Nearsighted Mr Magoo And Gerald Mcboing Boing

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Gerald Mcboing Boing

Author: Gail Kubik
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Gerald Mcboing Boing

Author: Dr. Seuss
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Gerald, whose communication in the form of clangs, toots, and blasts, distresses his parents and the kids at school.

Gerald Mcboing Boing

Author: Richard Rose Collection
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Includes typescript (p. 2-15) with some notes, newspaper review, and publicity.

Gerald Mcboing Boing Based On United Productions Of America S Academy Award Winning Motion Picture

Author: Dr. Seuss
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A young boy who makes only sounds instead of words is rejected by everyone until he becomes a sound effect specialist on national radio.

Gerald Mcboing Boing

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A young boy who makes only sounds instead of words is rejected by everyone until he becomes a sound effect specialist on national radio.

A Mr Magoo Treasury Volume 1

Author: Dell Publishing
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ISBN: 9781723538995
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MR. J. QUINCY MAGOO (Yes- that's his full name) is the near-sighted, lovable-yet-stubborn retiree who began appearing in cartoons in 1949, and before long was a movie, television and comic book star, too. In the comics the well-known MAGOO was often joined in comic books by GERALD McBOING BOING, a toddler who spoke using only sound effects. Although GERALD McBOING BOING was sometimes the title character, it was MR. MAGOO who drew the readers and whose character is still known and lover today. These are some of their exciting and hilarious adventures! This book contains the complete issues: Four Color #561 & 602 ("The Nearsighted Mr. Magoo and Gerald McBoing Boing") & "Gerald McBoing Boing and the Nearsighted Mr. Magoo" #1-4 (1952-53). GWANDANALAND COMICS(TM): We specialize in character collections - many for the first time in print; we also publish individual issues from the past as well as complete comic title series'. Our books are not digitally remastered; we use images from actual comics, and make only minor adjustments to bring out their best characteristics without losing the authentic feel - it is rarely perfect, but we believe it is exciting. We take your requests and create special collections never gathered together before! At Gwandanaland Comics we take the extra time to give you the best quality possible! GWANDANALAND COMICS(TM) wishes everyone to know the value of, and debt owed to two Websites which have made sure that public domain comics are available to the world. Please visit these sites and enjoy viewing their comic files. Without their efforts few of these books would be available: www.digitalcomicmuseum.com www.comicbookplus.com NEW TITLES DAILY - WRITE FOR UPDATES [email protected] GWANDANALAND(TM) and GWANDANALAND COMICS(TM)are trademarks of Gwandanaland Comics.All Rights are Reserved.

A Mr Magoo Treasury Volume 2

Author: Dell Publishing
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ISBN: 9781724210739
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MR. J. QUINCY MAGOO (Yes- that's his full name) is the near-sighted, lovable-yet-stubborn retiree who began appearing in cartoons in 1949, and before long was a movie, television and comic book star, too. In the comics the well-known MAGOO was often joined in comic books by GERALD McBOING BOING, a toddler who spoke using only sound effects. Although GERALD McBOING BOING was sometimes the title character, it was MR. MAGOO who drew the readers and whose character is still known and lover today. These are some of their exciting and hilarious adventures! This book contains the complete issues: "Gerald McBoing Boing and the Nearsighted Mr. Magoo" #5(1953), Dell Four Color #1235, and Mr. Magoo #3-6 (1963). GWANDANALAND COMICS(TM): We specialize in character collections - many for the first time in print; we also publish individual issues from the past as well as complete comic title series'. Our books are not digitally remastered; we use images from actual comics, and make only minor adjustments to bring out their best characteristics without losing the authentic feel - it is rarely perfect, but we believe it is exciting. We take your requests and create special collections never gathered together before! At Gwandanaland Comics we take the extra time to give you the best quality possible! GWANDANALAND COMICS(TM) wishes everyone to know the value of, and debt owed to two Websites which have made sure that public domain comics are available to the world. Please visit these sites and enjoy viewing their comic files. Without their efforts few of these books would be available: www.digitalcomicmuseum.com www.comicbookplus.com NEW TITLES DAILY - WRITE FOR UPDATES [email protected] GWANDANALAND(TM) and GWANDANALAND COMICS(TM)are trademarks of Gwandanaland Comics.All Rights are Reserved.

Glossy Prints Of Cartoons From Five Productions Movies Willie The Kid Family Circus Rooty Toot Toot Gerald Mcboing Boing And The Four Poster

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Redesigning Animation

Author: Cinzia Bottini
Editor: Routledge
ISBN: 1351209574
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The animation studio United Productions of America (UPA) was able to challenge Disney supremacy in the 1950s entertainment market by creating cutting-edge animated cartoons. UPA films express a simplified audiovisual language consisting of stylized layout designs, asymmetrical compositions, colors applied flatly and in contrast with each other, limited animation and a minimalist use of sound effects. UPA artists developed this innovative style by assimilating those aesthetic features already expressed by Modern painters, graphic designers and advertisers. This book considers UPA films as Modern animations, because they synthesize a common minimalist tendency that was occurring in US animation during the 1940s and 1950s. It examines the conditions under which UPA studio flourished and the figure of its executive producer Stephen Bosustow; the influence of Modernist stylistic features of painting, graphic design and poster advertising on UPA animations; and UPA animated cartoons as case studies of a simplified audiovisual language that influenced 1950s-1960s international productions.

When Magoo Flew

Author: Adam Abraham
Editor: Wesleyan University Press
ISBN: 0819572705
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What do Franklin Roosevelt, Dr. Seuss, the U.S. Navy, and Mr. Magoo have in common? They are all part of the surprising story of the pioneering cartoon studio UPA (United Productions of America). Throughout the 1950s, a group of artists ran a business that broke all the rules, pushing animated films beyond the fluffy fantasy of the Walt Disney Studio and the crash-bang anarchy of Warner Bros. Instead, UPA’s films were innovative and graphically bold—the cartoon equivalent to modern art. When Magoo Flew is the first book-length study to chronicle the complete story of this unique American enterprise. The book features cameo appearances by Aldous Huxley, James Thurber, Orson Welles, Judy Garland, Robert Goulet, Jim Backus, Eddie Albert, and Woody Allen, as well as a select filmography of the best of UPA. Ebook Edition Note: The ebook has three images redacted: figures 1, 2, and 51.

Cartoon Vision

Author: Dan Bashara
Editor: University of California Press
ISBN: 0520298136
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In Cartoon Vision Dan Bashara examines American animation alongside the modern design boom of the postwar era. Focusing especially on United Productions of America (UPA), a studio whose graphic, abstract style defined the postwar period, Bashara considers animation akin to a laboratory, exploring new models of vision and space alongside theorists and practitioners in other fields. The links—theoretical, historical, and aesthetic—between animators, architects, designers, artists, and filmmakers reveal a specific midcentury modernism that rigorously reimagined the senses. Cartoon Vision invokes the American Bauhaus legacy of László Moholy-Nagy and György Kepes and advocates for animation’s pivotal role in a utopian design project of retraining the public’s vision to better apprehend a rapidly changing modern world.