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Skwigly Animation Podcast #3 – Nancy Beiman & Billy West

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In this episode:

  • Discussing the latest Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles animated series whilst musing on the various prior incarnations of this imperishable franchise.
  • Interview with Nancy Beiman, veteran Disney animator, animation storyboard lecturer at Sheridan and author of the essential texts “Prepare To Board” and “Animated Performance”
  • Our audience participation segment, this episode focusing on Tom & Jerry vs. Road Runner
  • Interview with Billy West, voice-over legend of Ren & Stimpy, Looney Tunes and Futurama fame.
  • Plus nostalgic reminiscences, competitions and more!

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