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CHUCK 102GETHER FILM FESTIVAL AT ALEX THEATRE TO BRING TOGETHER FAMILIES OF GOLDEN AGE OF WARNER BROS CARTOONS FOR THE FIRST TIME 
Celebration of Creative Collaboration Fetes Warner Bros. Looney Tunes Directors, Animators, Artists and More 
COSTA MESA, CA. September XX, 2014: The Chuck Jones Museum announced today that the historic Alex Theatre in Glendale will be the venue for Chuck 102Gether, a Celebration of Creative Collaboration on Sunday, September 21st from 3-5pm. The film festival will pay tribute to the teams that created the Golden Age of Warner Bros. cartoons. For the first time ever, the families of many of the great directors, producers, writers of the era will come together, including the families of directors Robert Clampett, Friz Freleng, Chuck Jones, Robert McKimson, as well as producer Leon Schlesinger, voice artist Mel Blanc, and writer Michael Maltese. 
Also expected to appear are living members of the Warner Bros. animation teams: June Foray, Auril Thompson and Martha Sigall. Cartoons from each of the directors will be shown on the big screen. And the Master of Ceremonies for the evening will be Bugs Bunny at the Symphony creator and conductor, Maestro George Daugherty. 
Since Chuck Jones’ centennial in 2012, his family has celebrated his creative genius by producing a film festival tribute. “This year, we’re thrilled to include the families of the other directors and artists who made the Warner Bros. Animation Studio the hotbed of creativity it was during the Golden Age of Animation,” said Craig Kausen, grandson of Chuck Jones and Chairman of the Board for the Chuck Jones Center for Creativity. “This will truly be a one-of-a-kind night for animation fans.” 
Tickets range from $10-$50 and are available at the Alex Theatre website: AlexTheatre.org. The Alex Theatre is located at 216 N. Brand Blvd., Glendale, CA 91203 and doors will open at 2pm. A question-and-answer hour will follow the presentation. Proceeds from the event will benefit the Chuck Jones Museum, a 501(c)3 non-profit organization. Interview and photo opportunities will be available. 
About the Chuck Jones Museum:
The Chuck Jones Museum is responsible for the care and preservation of the art, films, and ephemera of legendary animation director and pioneer, Chuck Jones, whose seven-decade career spanned most of the 20th century. Jones, a four-time Academy Award recipient, helmed many of the most loved and significant short cartoons ever created. 

directedbychuckjones:

CHUCK 102GETHER FILM FESTIVAL AT ALEX THEATRE TO BRING TOGETHER FAMILIES OF GOLDEN AGE OF WARNER BROS CARTOONS FOR THE FIRST TIME 

Celebration of Creative Collaboration Fetes Warner Bros. Looney Tunes Directors, Animators, Artists and More 

COSTA MESA, CA. September XX, 2014: The Chuck Jones Museum announced today that the historic Alex Theatre in Glendale will be the venue for Chuck 102Gether, a Celebration of Creative Collaboration on Sunday, September 21st from 3-5pm. The film festival will pay tribute to the teams that created the Golden Age of Warner Bros. cartoons. For the first time ever, the families of many of the great directors, producers, writers of the era will come together, including the families of directors Robert Clampett, Friz Freleng, Chuck Jones, Robert McKimson, as well as producer Leon Schlesinger, voice artist Mel Blanc, and writer Michael Maltese. 

Also expected to appear are living members of the Warner Bros. animation teams: June Foray, Auril Thompson and Martha Sigall. Cartoons from each of the directors will be shown on the big screen. And the Master of Ceremonies for the evening will be Bugs Bunny at the Symphony creator and conductor, Maestro George Daugherty. 

Since Chuck Jones’ centennial in 2012, his family has celebrated his creative genius by producing a film festival tribute. “This year, we’re thrilled to include the families of the other directors and artists who made the Warner Bros. Animation Studio the hotbed of creativity it was during the Golden Age of Animation,” said Craig Kausen, grandson of Chuck Jones and Chairman of the Board for the Chuck Jones Center for Creativity. “This will truly be a one-of-a-kind night for animation fans.” 

Tickets range from $10-$50 and are available at the Alex Theatre website: AlexTheatre.org. The Alex Theatre is located at 216 N. Brand Blvd., Glendale, CA 91203 and doors will open at 2pm. A question-and-answer hour will follow the presentation. Proceeds from the event will benefit the Chuck Jones Museum, a 501(c)3 non-profit organization. Interview and photo opportunities will be available. 

About the Chuck Jones Museum:

The Chuck Jones Museum is responsible for the care and preservation of the art, films, and ephemera of legendary animation director and pioneer, Chuck Jones, whose seven-decade career spanned most of the 20th century. Jones, a four-time Academy Award recipient, helmed many of the most loved and significant short cartoons ever created.