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Alter Egotist (1967)

Approved | | Animation, Short | April 1967 (USA)
Lonesome Honey Halfwitch draws a friend and bewitches the paper so that her drawing comes to life.

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Honey Halfwitch is lonely for a friend. Cousin Maggie forbids her from playing with mortal children and suggests that she entertain herself by drawing. Honey draws a little witch girl, then uses Cousin Maggie's magic wand to bring her drawing to life. Problems quickly arise as the mischievous and vindictive paper witch proves to be more powerful than even Cousin Maggie. Written by Melissa

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Honey Halfwitch
Words by Howard Post (uncredited)
Music by Winston Sharples (uncredited)
©Famous Music Corporation
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End of Days
1 August 2014 | by See all my reviews

Honey Halfwitch is lonely, so her cousin Maggie has her draw. Honey draws a witch, who turns out to be a lot more powerful than Honey or Maggie in this amusing if distressingly minimalistic Famous Studios cartoon.

Honey was the star of a baker's dozen cartoons over a couple of years and despite some real talent involved -- including Seamus Culhane as producer -- the technical issues never rise above the level of TV cartoons. There was simply no money to budget anything more. This was the year that Famous Studios, which had originated in the early 1920s as the Fleischer Brothers, gave up the ghost. Well, at leas they were decent until the end.


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