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Pat Sullivan (film producer)

Knowledge Identifier: +Pat_Sullivan_(film_producer)


Pat Sullivan (film producer)

Australian cartoonist, pioneer animator and film producer, best known for producing the first Felix the Cat silent cartoons add

Category: Movies & TV

Born in 1887.

Country: United Kingdom (100%)

Education: undef.




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Pat Sullivan was born in 1887 add something


Sullivan arrived in the United States around 1910, after spending several months in London add something


When Marriner died in 1914 Sullivan joined the new animated cartoon studio set up by Raoul Barre add something


In 1916 William Randolph Hearst, the newspaper magnate, set up a studio to produce animated cartoons based on his paper's strips and hired Barre's best animators add something


In 1917, Sullivan was convicted of the rape of a 14 year old girl add something


As Mickey Mouse was gaining popularity among theatre audiences through sound cartoons by late 1928, Sullivan, after years of refusing to convert Felix to sound, finally agreed to use sound in Felix's cartoons add something


Sullivan relented in 1933, and announced that Felix would return in sound, but died that year before production began add something

Pat Sullivan died in 1933 add something


Sullivan died on 15 February 1933 at age 46 from health problems brought on by drinking add something


Notably a recollection from 1953 by Australian writer Hugh McCrae who was sharing an apartment with Pat Sullivan just before Felix was created add something