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In 1931, at the studio of Hugh Harman and Rudolf Ising where he worked
on the studio's Looney Tunes and
Merrie Melodies series.
2. Clampett mostly worked for Friz Freleng, under whose guidance
Clampett grew into an able animator. In 1935, he designed the studio's
first major star, Porky Pig, who appeared in Freleng's film. What was the
- I Ate the Whole Thing
- I Haven't Got a Hat
- Down on the Farm
3. He began working with Tex Avery. What did they call the building
they worked in?
- Rabbit Heaven
- Termite Terrace
- Home Alone
4. Clampett's studio was a wild place with an almost college
fraternity-like atmosphere. Animators would frequently pull pranks such as
gluing paper streamers to the wings of flies. Leon Schlesinger (studio
head), who rarely ventured there, was reputed on one visit to have
remarked in his lisping voice, "Pew, let me out of here! The only
thing missing is the sound of a flushing toilet!!"
5. Clampett about this time pressured studio head Leon Schlesinger to
give him a chance as a director, and was finally given that chance on an
animated sequence for the Joe E. Brown film. What was the film?
- It's Howdy Doody Time
- You Said, What?
- What's Your Birthday?
6. This led to what was essentially a co-directing stint for Clampett
with fellow animator Chuck Jones for the financially ailing Ub Iwerks,
whom Schlesinger subcontracted to produce several Porky Pig shorts. Who
was Porky's short-lived and generally unpopular sidekick>
- Chatty Cat
- Gabby Goat
- Talkin' Tiger
7. Clampett becomes a director in 1937. In a 1942 he makes cartoon
called A Tale of Two Kitties. What character in introduced?
- Wiley Coyote
- Big Fern
- Tweety Bird
8. Clampett left Warner Brothers in 1946. In 1947, Republic Pictures
incorporated animation into its Gene Autry feature film
Sioux City Sue.
It turned out well enough for Republic to dabble in animated cartoons; Bob
Clampett directed a single cartoon, You're a Grand Old Nag.
the main character?
- Charlie Horse
- Crying Wolf
9. In 1949, Clampett turned his attentions to television, where he
created the famous puppet show. The show, featuring the talents of Warner
voice artist Stan Freberg, would earn Clampett three Emmys and count such
celebrities as Groucho Marx and Albert Einstein as fans. What was the
- Time for Beany
- Cecil Will See Me Through
- Stan the Man
10. In 1959, he created an animated version of the puppet show called
and Cecil, which began its run on ABC in 1962 and was on the network
for five years.