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The Bill Kopp Interview (Part 3)

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The Bill Kopp Interview (Part 3)

Postby ChanceRaz » Mon Apr 15, 2013 10:10 am

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It's that time again, folks! Bill and I are back with the 3rd chapter of his inspiring story through Cartoon Land. Relive the birth of Bill's original animated series, Eek The Cat, Shnookums & Meat (fun story about John Kricfalusi @ 26:50), Toonsillvania, and Mad Jack The Pirate!

These podcasts have been exceptionally inspiring for me as I gear up to produce my own original animated pilot, Little Billy. I hope you all get as much out of them as I have/am and enjoy the stories of how the cartoons we grew up loving came to be.

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Re: The Bill Kopp Interview (Part 3)

Postby Charles » Tue Apr 16, 2013 8:43 am

Nice job Chance as always. You've really made a lot of progress with your podcasts this year.

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