|The Art of Walter Lantz
|Walter Lantz' studio produced classic
theatrical cartoons from the 1930's through
the 1960's. In the 1950s to 1960s, he hosted
an afternoon television show that introduced
him to an entirely new generation of fans.
His characters included Woody Woodpecker,
Chilly Willie, Oswald the Rabbit and more.
Here are some examples of original art from
Call about these rare originals and ask us
about the limited edition art Mr. Lantz
created and hand signed to commemorate
his zany characters.
|WL199 Classic Woody! This is an original hand painted
production cel of Woody Woodpecker from the 1950s.
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|WL172 Classic Woody! This is an original lithographic production animator's model sheet of
Woody Woodpecker. Dated March 6, 1962 Only $125 unframed/ $225 framed
|WWII Boogie Beat Musical Cartoon : "Scrub Me Mama With a Boogie Beat" Animated & Directed by Walter Lantz
A 1941 hit boogie-woogie popular song written by Don Raye. A bawdy, jazzy tune, the song describes a laundry woman from
Harlem, New York, United States, whose technique is so unusual that people come from all around just to watch her scrub. The
Andrews Sisters and Will Bradley & His Orchestra recorded the most successful pop versions of the song, but it is today best
recognized as the centerpiece of an eponymous Walter Lantz Studio cartoon from 1941. Celebrating Black History in animation!
|WL 22 "Scrub Me Mama With a Boogie Beat" (1941) by
Animation Director Walter Lantz is a 1941 Boogie-Woogie
hit Walter Lantz Studio cartoon from 1941.
Original pencil storyboard! $850 framed
|WL 15 "Scrub Me Mama With a Boogie Beat " (1941) by Animation
Director Walter Lantz is a 1941 Boogie-Woogie hit Walter Lantz
Studio cartoon from 1941. Original hand painted production cel
signed by Director Walter Lantz $1950 framed