That’s Not All Folks
Mel Blanc (Author), Philip Bashe (Author)
Publication Date: August 1988
Book Description: Blanc recalls 60 amazing years in show business, sharing delightful memories of the heyday of vaudeville with his millions of fans. “Warm-hearted and fascinating!”–Associated Press
Mel Blanc: The Man of a Thousand Voices
Ben Ohmart (Author)
Publication Date: November 15, 2012
Book Description: Mel Blanc needs no introduction to cartoon and radio fans. He was The Master of the funny voice. For the first time ever, here is the ultimate biography, encompassing Noel Blanc’s unpublished biography, with an introduction by Bugs Bunny.
Chuck Amuck: The Life and Times of an Animated Cartoonist
Chuck Jones (Author), Steven Spielberg (Foreword)
Publication Date: 1989
Book Description: Winner of three Academy Awards and numerous other prizes for his animated films, Chuck Jones has directed Warner Brothers’ greatest–Bugs Bunny, Daffy Duck, Porky Pig, and Elmer Fudd. He created Wile E. Coyote and his uncannily cunning nemesis, the Road Runner, as well as the amorous Pepe Le Pew.
Chuck Jones: The Dream that Never Was
Chuck Jones (Author, Artist), Kurtis Findlay (Editor), Dean Mullaney (Editor)
Publication Date: December 27, 2011
Book Description: We all harbor a secret wish that we could find a previously unseen project by one of the greatest figures in animation history. Well, wish no more – celebrating the 2012 centennial of Chuck Jones’ birth, IDW’s Library of American Comics unveils “Chuck Jones: The Dream That Never Was!”
The Academy Award-winning director of “Duck Amuck,” “What”s Opera, Doc”, “How The Grinch Stole Christmas,” and other timeless classics, created dozens of cartoon characters throughout his decades-long career: Pepe Le Pew, Marvin the Martian, Road Runner and Wile E. Coyote …and Crawford, an accident prone, nine-year-old boy whose daily routine includes surviving his own boyhood. “Chuck Jones: The Dream That Never Was” follows the twenty-seven year journey it took Jones to bring “Crawford” to the public, from conception to storyboard to newspaper strip. This incredible volume is loaded with never-before-seen sketches, drawings, storyboards, and production notes and the six-month run of the “Crawford” newspaper comic strip from 1978. Accompanying the artwork is a biography of Chuck Jones’ career in the sixties and seventies and how it influenced the creation of Chuck’s only foray into the world of comic strips.