Spread the love

ANIMATION HISTORY Tom has worked with Technicolor to develop a State of the Art method to bring animation back to the brilliance and vibrancies of today’s animation.  This has translated Tom Reich’s products into millions of units sold throughout the world in such retailers as Wal-Mart, Best Buy, and Target to name a few. Tom has researched and brought back heavily damaged and rare lost cartoons back to commercial quality with over 400 film restorations of “Famous Studios”, “Van Buern Studios” and Fleischer Studios” with such creations as Popeye, Superman and Casper.  Tom has restored the only completed version of Gulliver’s Travels.  Tom’s “Feel the Sound” process which is used in his film restoration was developed by Tom and Dolby.  Tom developed a style of Foley Animation sound effects with two time Academy Award Winner, Mike Keeping.  This has the organic sound effects to seamlessly mix with the original sound effects that was done in the 1930’s, bringing them into the modern standards. 

 

 
LICENSES & CERTIFICATIONS NARIS (The Recording Academy) 21 years Voting Member DGA (Directors Guild of America) NAB (National Association of Broadcasters) PSA (Photographic Society of America) PHD Ichthyology
AWARDS 2006 –  Video Industry Award (VIA) with over 7 million copies sold of “Superman” 2002 –  Nominated for the ACE Award
2000 – Producer of the Year, CAPS (Classic Animation Preservation Society). 1999 –  Roger Ebert, Video Pick Of the Month, “Gulliver’s Travels”  60th Anniversary 1997 –  Crystal Reel Award for Best Music Video or Documentary 1997 –  Award of Merit, National Association of DVD Arts, “Cartoon Crazys” 1994 –  Dance Label of the Year, Dixie Dance Association
1993 –  Radio Active Gold Fish 1993 –  Label of the Year, Bassin Distributors 1992 –  Crystal Reel Award, Years Best Documentary, The War Begins 1991 –  Two (2) Grammy Nominations for the Cover Art Director “Bass is the Name Game”.  The artist was D. J. Magic Mike. 1991 – Tom broke the Billboard Black Album Chart for 68 weeks, beating out Michael Jackson’s “Thriller” album. 1991 – Crystal Reel Award, Years Best Music Video, Subhuman Minds 1984-1998. Awarded for among other things, Production, Writing, Management and promotion. 1991 –  Independent Label of the Year, Billboard Magazine 1991-1994 12 Apex Golden Reel Awards of Excellence, various projects 1992 Rap Label of the Year, Billboard Magazine 1984-1998 Over 60 RIAA Certified, Gold and Platinum Records for music ranging from Dance to Rap and then to Rock and Easy listening.

 

 

 

6 thoughts on “Thomas R.Reich: Cartoon Explosion

  • September 21, 2014 at 9:43 pm
    Permalink

    Hey! I could have sworn I’ve been to this blog before but after browsing through some of the post I realized it’s new to
    me. Nonetheless, I’m definitely happy I found it and I’ll be book-marking and
    checking back often!

    Reply
  • August 14, 2012 at 5:39 pm
    Permalink

    You are by-far my source for classic animation, I don’t look anywhere else, you spend millions to restore these classics, and you make sure they sound as great as they look, keep up the great work, I’m proud to be friends with you and I consider you to be my hero and the hero of Max Fleischer’s animated classics, I own all three versions of “Gulliver’s Travels” on DvD, I can’t wait for Superman and what else you do. I’m looking forward to having a long and beautiful friendship with you. God bless you Dr. Reich. The savior of Classic Animated Cartoons and Features!!!!!!

    Reply
    • August 21, 2012 at 12:07 pm
      Permalink

      I am always available to knowledge seakers such as yourself!

      Thanks for your kind comments Geno!

      -Tom Reich_

      Reply
    • October 1, 2012 at 5:50 pm
      Permalink

      I am a fan of Dr. Reich too, have you ever seen his Famous Animation Directors series? Great stuff; also he did a restoration of Mr. Wonder Bird, which I think he re-titled “The Crumbling Kingdom” or something, for Good Times that never came out, I got a test copy of it and it was wonderful, Disney quality! I really think he got it looking better than Gulliver, but Good Times never put it out. I haven’t seen the Superman yet, but I am sure it is top notch!

      Reply
  • April 12, 2012 at 2:22 am
    Permalink

    wow thi looks really good when you expand it onto full screen, I have a 26″ monitor and it holds up well, is it on TV anywhere I want to see more!

    Reply

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

Website Apps