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Season’s Greetings: Max Fleischer’s Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer from the Jam Handy Organization

The Jam Handy Organization, based in Detroit, made thousands of educational, training and promotional films, many of them for the domestic automakers, particularly General Motors. They hired the best talent they could, which is how pioneering animator Max Fleischer and … Continue reading

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American Look: A Tribute to Men and Women who Design, Designing the 1959 Chevrolet

Regular readers will know that we’re big fans of the Jam Handy Organization, which produced educational and training films for schools and the military, but, more important to our focus here, was essentially General Motors’ motion picture studio. Sure they … Continue reading

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Antique Auto Advertising: It’s The New Motoramic Chevrolet! 10 Jam Handy Commercials From 1955

1955 was a big year for Chevy. It marked the introduction of Chevrolet’s first V8 engine, what would become known as the “small block Chevy”. It also marked a dramatic change in styling from the dowdy cars of the early … Continue reading

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