Synonyms for frank_tashlin or Related words with frank_tashlin

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Examples of "frank_tashlin"
You're An Education is a 1938 Merrie Melodies cartoon directed by Frank Tashlin.
The plot was written by Frank Tashlin and Mac Benoff, based on a story by Harpo.
The First Time is a 1952 film directed by Frank Tashlin, and starring Robert Cummings and Barbara Hale.
The Stupid Cupid is a short "Looney Tunes" animated cartoon directed by Frank Tashlin and released in 1944.
The Bear That Wasn't is a 1946 children's book by film director and "Looney Tunes" alumnus Frank Tashlin.
The film's climax is a manic chase scene, scripted by animator and future Jerry Lewis director Frank Tashlin.
Who's Minding the Store? is a comedy film directed by Frank Tashlin and starring Jerry Lewis. It was released on November 28, 1963, by Paramount Pictures.
Wholly Smoke is a 1938 "Looney Tunes" cartoon starring Porky Pig and directed by Frank Tashlin. This short teaches about the dangers of smoking.
Censored is an animated short, directed by Frank Tashlin and first released in July 1944. It is part of the Private Snafu series.
Marry Me Again is a 1953 comedy film written and directed by Frank Tashlin. It stars Robert Cummings and Marie Wilson.
Kill the Umpire is a 1950 baseball comedy film starring William Bendix and Una Merkel, directed by Lloyd Bacon and written by Frank Tashlin.
The Chow Hound is an animated short, directed by Frank Tashlin and first released in June, 1944. It is part of the Private Snafu series.
Martha Sigall described him as "Here today, gone tomorrow. Now you see him, now you don't. That was Frank Tashlin, who would be working at Leon Schlesinger's one day, and, suddenly, gone the next day."
The Major Lied 'Til Dawn is a Merrie Melodies cartoon released to theaters on August 13, 1938. This short was directed by Frank Tashlin. The short was written by Richard Hogan and animated by Phil Monroe.
NBC paired the opening and closing episodes of the show (usually with a cliffhanger) with live segments and classic cartoons of The Fox and the Crow and Lil Abner produced by Frank Tashlin for Screen Gems.
It's Only Money is a comedy film directed by Frank Tashlin and starring Jerry Lewis. It was filmed from October 9 to December 17, 1961 and was released on November 21, 1962 by Paramount Pictures.
Francis Fredrick von Taschlein (February 19, 1913 - May 5, 1972), better known by his stage name Frank Tashlin, was an American animator, screenwriter, and film director. He was also known as Tish Tash and Frank Tash.
Hare Remover is a "Merrie Melodies" cartoon starring Bugs Bunny and Elmer Fudd, released in 1946. The film was the second Bugs Bunny cartoon to be directed by Frank Tashlin at Warner Bros., the first being "The Unruly Hare" (1945).
The Private Navy of Sgt. O'Farrell is a 1968 film directed by Frank Tashlin and starring Bob Hope, Phyllis Diller, and Jeffrey Hunter. It was the final film for Tashlin, who died in 1972.
The Lieutenant Wore Skirts is a 1956 film directed by Frank Tashlin and starring Tom Ewell, Sheree North, and Rita Moreno. It is a comedy about a man whose marriage begins to fail when his wife gets drafted.