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| History = '''Columbia Screen Gems''' is the franchise built around the [[wikipedia:Screen Gems|Screen Gems]] theatrical cartoons made by [[wikipedia:Columbia Pictures|Columbia Pictures]] between 1939 and 1946 (because the animators were working ahead, new cartoons continued to be released until 1949). The most popular characters were [[wikipedia:The Fox and the Crow|The Fox and the Crow]]. Other characters include [[wikipedia:Flippity and Flop|Flippity and Flop]], [[wikipedia:Willoughby's Magic Hat|Willoughby Wren]], and Tito and His Burrito.
 
| History = '''Columbia Screen Gems''' is the franchise built around the [[wikipedia:Screen Gems|Screen Gems]] theatrical cartoons made by [[wikipedia:Columbia Pictures|Columbia Pictures]] between 1939 and 1946 (because the animators were working ahead, new cartoons continued to be released until 1949). The most popular characters were [[wikipedia:The Fox and the Crow|The Fox and the Crow]]. Other characters include [[wikipedia:Flippity and Flop|Flippity and Flop]], [[wikipedia:Willoughby's Magic Hat|Willoughby Wren]], and Tito and His Burrito.
   
After Columbia shut down Screen Gems, they contracted with [[wikipedia:UPA (animation studio)|UPA]] to make cartoons for them. Those UPA cartoons are a sepearte franchise and are not included here (except for three The Fox and the Crow cartoons UPA made when they first started).
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After Columbia shut down Screen Gems, Columbia contracted with [[wikipedia:UPA (animation studio)|UPA]] to make cartoons for them. Those UPA cartoons are a separate franchise and are not included here (except for three The Fox and the Crow cartoons UPA made when they first started).
   
 
== Comics ==
 
== Comics ==

Revision as of 17:57, March 24, 2014

History

Columbia Screen Gems is the franchise built around the Screen Gems theatrical cartoons made by Columbia Pictures between 1939 and 1946 (because the animators were working ahead, new cartoons continued to be released until 1949). The most popular characters were The Fox and the Crow. Other characters include Flippity and Flop, Willoughby Wren, and Tito and His Burrito.

After Columbia shut down Screen Gems, Columbia contracted with UPA to make cartoons for them. Those UPA cartoons are a separate franchise and are not included here (except for three The Fox and the Crow cartoons UPA made when they first started).

Comics

Licensed comics

Anthology comics


Notes

  • Columbia Screen Gems characters never appeared in crossover stories with DC-owned characters, but they did interact with DC characters on the covers of Comic Cavalcade.


Trivia

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See Also


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