Jolly Roger and Fair and Worm-er.
Matt introduced the next cartoon by explaining that he loves pirates. He's had a yearning to do a pirate cartoon for a while, but when he saw 'Jolly Roger' by Mark Baker, he realised he didn't need to - it was the definitive piratical cartoon caper.
By another UK director, it's a story about a slightly pathetic pirate crew, who run foul of some much more professional pirates, a parrot and a determined young woman bent on revenge. After the cartoon, Matt asked if Mark Baker was in the audience... he wasn't.
'Oh... OK, I thought he might be here. I didn't expect the Fleischer Brothers, though, because they're dead.'
A cartoon by the great Chuck Jones was up next - Fair and Worm-er. It's a traditional style chase cartoon, with an apple, worm, bird, cat, dog, dogcatcher, his wife and a mouse all chasing each other. Matt once had the privilege of meeting Chuck.
'He was a very gracious man, and was passionate about quality animation. He once called bad animation 'illustrated radio'. Maybe he thought that was the case for the Simpsons, because it's very script heavy.'
Sadly, Chuck Jones died earlier this year. You can find out about him on his Official Website. Mark Baker works for Astley Baker productions.
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