A second week of Aesop's Fables from the Van Beuren Studios in the early 1930's was the focus, but the next couple weeks will see the spotlight hopping around between numerous studios and stars. I'm feeling the need to be a little more diverse with my choices for a while, so with the cute but sneakily dope-tinged Fly Frolic, I am bidding adieu to Van Beuren for the forseeable future. (I still have four or five films left on the first volume of the Thunderbean collection, but I shall save them for another time). Hopping over to Ub Iwerks' studio today for The Village Barber with Flip the Frog. As for the past week, go check them out!

The past week on the Cinema 4: Cel Bloc -
Sunday, 6/04/06: A Romeo Robin (1930) Cel Bloc Rating: 4
Monday, 6/05/06:
Hot Tamale (1930) Cel Bloc Rating: 5
Tuesday, 6/06/06: Gypped in Egypt (1930) Cel Bloc Rating: 6
Wednesday, 6/07/06: Makin' 'Em Move (1931) Cel Bloc Rating: 6
Thursday, 6/08/06: The Family Shoe (1931) Cel Bloc Rating: 5
Friday, 6/09/06: Toy Time (1932) Cel Bloc Rating: 6
Saturday, 6/10/06: Fly Frolic (1932) Cel Bloc Rating: 6


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