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Posted: May 13, 2005

I found some news, today May 13, on the Spotlight Collection DVD:

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Don't get your hopes up... :-[

Posted: May 12, 2005

Today is May 12, 2005 and I have updated this site!

Many thanks to Croter who provided me (and the fans) with 11 images of Tom and Jerry. These images are from "Kitty Foiled" and "Cat Fishin'".

You can find the images in the picture gallery page.

Still no word on the replacement DVD's for Tom and Jerry: The Spotlight Collection. Then again, I haven't been looking for news on it lately...I've been a bit busy.

Posted: April 17, 2005

It's April 17...15 months since I started dating my fiance'. So, in celebration I've added another desktop wallpaper and I've added about 7 images to the gallery!


Posted: April 10, 2005

It's April 10 and I have just added an image to the Coloring section. Happy Coloring.

I've also added a new Wallpaper. It's on page 2 of the Wallpaper section. It's the last one. It's a zip file with multiple screen resolution sizes. Enjoy!

Posted: March 30, 2005

Just a quick note. Yes I'm still updating this site. I've been extremely busy lately...planning a wedding and all, that I haven't been able to do too many major updates - specifially new images. I'll try to get some images up sometime soon, not sure when but I'll try.

Enjoy the second to the last day of March.

Posted: March 30, 2005

I made some time today to finally start my review of the Tom and Jerry Spotlight Collection. I haven't completed it yet, but I'm working on it. I've watched both discs and will have it up sooner or later. (see previous news post as to time issues with Rome :-])

Speaking of the Spotlight Collection...I found this forum thread in regards to it's recall...ugh! still no word on it.

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Posted: March 24, 2005

A Happy, Healthy 94th Birthday today to legendary Cartoonist/Animator/Producer-Director.


Posted: March 22, 2005

I got this press release from the University Press of Mississippi:


I have two new animation titles that I want to tell you about.

Chuck Jones: Conversations brings to life the legendary Warner Bros. artist who helped shaped the history of animation. The volume spans thirty years of talks with Jones and includes several previously unpublished interviews.

You may read more about the book at


Martha Sigall worked with all the classic cartoon characters Bugs Bunny, Daffy Duck, Tom & Jerry, Droopy Dawg, Pink Panther, Garfield and all the madcap artists who created them: Chuck Jones, Tex Avery, William Hanna, and Joseph Barbara. Her memoir, Living Life inside the Lines: Tales from the Golden Age of Animation, is an insiders account like no other. Written with warmth, humor, and a touch of nostalgia, this is a rarely told story of what it was like to be a part of a team of artists who were creating masterpieces of animation.

You may read more about the book at



Happy Tuesday March 22!

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