Here is the first half of my father's storyboard for the Paramount Modern Madcap cartoon Top Cat (1960). These boards and the couple of others I have lead me to believe that it is not the exact finished version that was ultimately turned in. Why? For one reason, it is drawn on a combination of self-formatted board stationary, with inserted revisions drawn on standard board stationary. Also, you might notice (mostly when I post the second half) that the name J. Caesar Bandwagon is interchangeable with Barney Bandwagon, as is Fairmount Pictures with Blockbuster Pictures, and that the word Priemere (sic) is later spelled correctly. Also, the page numbering occasionally skips, although there seems to be no gap in continuity. Anyway, we'll discuss this fascinatingly irrelevant topic later. Here it is in oversized scans:
Remainder of boards to follow.
In the meantime, you might:
Watch Top Cat on The (In)Complete Harveytoons DVD set, found on Disc 1 - Side B, Show 13, 3rd cartoon.
See two other online Spector storyboards. Before Spectorphile, Michael Sporn graciously offered me several guest posts on his Splog. Click HERE to bring up the two posts which comprise the complete boards for Galaxia, plus extra goodies; At Cartoon Brew, Jerry Beck surprisingly posted (well, I was surprised) Fido Beta Kappa HERE as an announcement for Spectorphile's start-up.