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NY Times on the Quiet Charms of "Dr. Katz"

by on December 15, 2008

In conjunction with the recently released Best of Dr. Katz DVD, the New York Times has spoken with show creator Jonathan Katz (free registration required), who discusses how his low-key animated comedy managed to be the first animated series on Comedy Central in 1995. Katz discusses how his animated version came about, how he sees his comedy as belonging to the 1960’s rather than the 80’s or 90’s, and how the show’s trademark “Squigglevision” let him make computer animation on a shoestring budget several years before Flash would let other shows do the same.

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