Do a Google/YouTube search for "Blondie 1968" and you'll find a small group
of clips, including the opening credits, the pilot, and a highlight reel.
Interesting connection here is that the child actors who played Blondie and
Dagwood's kids also supplied the voices of Charlie Brown and Lucy in the
Peanuts specials of the era.
On Wednesday, November 30, 2016 at 7:56:22 PM UTC-5, Bob Jersey wrote:
> Animation Scoop
> NY Times
> (links): After fighting in WWII and working on pioneering shows such as
> "Omnibus" for William Morris, he became etched into the memories of many a
> young kid as the head of King Features Syndicate's cartoons-for-TV
> operation ("Popeye," "Snuffy Smith", "Beetle Bailey", even "The
> Beatles")... his efforts with the Fab Four's tunes led them to make him
> producer of their animated smash "Yellow Submarine", which *finally* got
> them out of a long-dormant film deal with UA... Thanksgiving Day in
> Connecticut; 90.
> (I'd like to know if anything survives of the '60s TV revival of "Blondie"
> referred to in the Times piece... I recall that KFS repackaged the '30s and
> '40s flicks with Penny "Jane Jetson" Singleton for TV around that same
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