Monday, April 19, 2010

Linus The Lionhearted: The Flyin' Lion

In case you missed the comment a few posts back, Brubaker has mentioned and provided a link for "The Flyin' Lion", which was the pilot that sold the Ed Graham Prods series of Linus The Lionhearted. If you need more background on the show, just punch Linus into the searcher at the top of the page. Here's the comment:

select "Linus the Lionhearted" and click episode 4.

I'll just mention that although the soundtrack cover above has Graham's New York office stamped on it, all of the writing, animation, etc., was totally produced in Los Angeles (although not necessarilly the soundtrack itself.)

Thanks Bru!

1 comment:

J Lee said...

Somewhere deep in my tape collection, I've got the soundtrack to the cartoon. Sheldon Leonard's voice is a little more restrained than it would be in the future episodes, but you can still tell he and Reiner were having a blast doing the voices (and the "Can you lay an egg?" end gag was a great biology lesson for we impressionable 7-year-olds out there in the CBS audience...)