Words & Pictures celebrates 65 years of the UPA animation studio with rare audio clips and stories from the people who were there. Guest Jack Heiter helped animate Mister Magoo, Roger Ramjet, and the forgotten 1960's classic Gay Purr-ee; and animation historian Tee Bosustow is the son of UPA director Stephen Bosustow, who co-founded the studio in the wake of the 1940's Disney strike.
A special hour-long version of this show celebrating 65 years of the anti-establihment UPA animation studio. Guests include Jack Heiter, who helped animate Mister Magoo, Roger Famjet, and the forgotten1960's classic Gay Purr-ee. Plus animation historian Tee Bosustow, whose father Stephen helped found the UPA studio following the labor actions at Disney during World War II. www.upapix.com
Bill Resnick will interview Cuba expert Sam Farber. They will discuss Cuba in transition and the possibilities for development, self-determination and Socialist democracy. Movie Moles will review the 1964 film Soy Cuba! made by Russian film makers interested in telling the story of the Cuban revolution. Soy Cuba! was a breakthrough in filmmaking.