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2009-02-15 03:28:09 by Sneep29

This is the best video ever made, and you shall all bow down to it. (Just for you idiots, there is a song at about 1:49, if you think that it's only a guy talking)

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-dM8UZv VN7M

This is a enlightment for people who do not know who Felix the Cat is, or his background history.

The man in the video is the son of Joe Oriolo (Don Oriolo), who had created the 1950's cartoon, Felix the Cat cartoon, which was the first ever Felix the Cat show (Notice that it says show, not cartoon). Joe Oriolo had obtained the rights for Felix the Cat through Otto Mesmer (Deceased now (obviously)) who had originally created Felix the Cat. I know the whole controversy, that there is a really, really small chance that this might not be true, as Pat Sullivan had made statements saying he had created Felix the Cat, when he only owned the rights through Otto Mesmer. Soon, Pat Sullivan went through a deep depression through the failure of Felix the Cat's "EPIC FAIL", as Felix the Cat did not do as well as his Silent Era counter part (When he had gone through sound). Later, because of completely out of control issues, (wife dying and alcoholic problems) he had later died in 1933. Later Otto Mesmer had gained the rights to Felix, through some help with friend's lawyers. By reaching Otto Mesmer later on, some other "Guy" tried to bring Felix back, but failed. The Studio was called Van Bueren Studios. Mesmer just kept on pursuing his Sunday Comics. Soon, Joe Oriolo Struck a deal (after taking over for Mesmer's Sunday Comics) when he purchased the rights from Pat Sullivans nephew, so he can begin a new cartoon. It was basically Felix the Cat's triumphant come back, and had did very successful. Joe added all sorts of new ideas to Felix's already bizarre world, but scrapped some old ones. He added his Magic Bag of Tricks. Also, along with new characters such as The Master Cylinder, PointDexter, The Professor, and others. When Joe had Unfortunately passed away, his son Don Oriolo, had took over of creative production for Felix. He had contributed the Theme song for "The Twisted Tales of Felix the Cat". Not much has been done with the cat nower days. Now, fans must wait, for something new to come out with Felix the Cat's face on it. Hopefully it will do good, but there's a chance that it could also do very regrettably bad. There is also other cartoons that have been created with Felix. (Suprisingly, an Japanese animated cartoon actually surfaced back in 2004, and was popular...)


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2009-02-15 03:42:04

and fjw=f

Sneep29 responds:

Try making a movie and then I will respond.