Thursday, March 5, 2009

The Pitter-Patter of a Little Fete: Part 2

Here is the second part of Chip & Dale's Excellent Adventures. Apparently, a similar documentary does exist about the making of Tale Spin, but it hasn't surfaced for public consumption as of yet. Makes me wonder whether the "holy grail" of a "making of DuckTales" documentary might actually exist as well. Anyway, enjoy the tribute!


Gregory Weagle said...

Luara Ann Trombley's Baloo9 Ed Gilbert Shrine Website is gone due to AOL deciding to wipe out; but I have found someone from Poland who has kept most of the scans from the documentary which is all I can give you at this time.

It is in Polish so view at your own risk.

Joe Torcivia said...


This is “pure gold” that I’ve never seen before!

So, Bruce Talkington is to Norton Numnul as Friz Freleng is to Yosemite Sam, eh?

And, Tress MacNielle is seen recording DUCKTALES, not Rescue Rangers!

We see Hamilton Camp somewhere in between THE RAT PATROL (…Where he blew himself up demonstrating a new explosive!) and TITUS!

Nice also to see Koonce and Weimers. Where are they today?


Gregory Weagle said...

To Joe:

Concerning David Weimers: Last time I checked he had retired to be a postmaster general in a small England town named Glouchestershire after 2003.

I haven't seen Ken Koonce do anything of note since 2005 and Krypto The Superdog and Brandy & Mr. Whiskers. He may or may not be retired as well.