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Monday, April 28, 2008

What’s the Frequency, Felix?

“RCA Engineers tested the Transmissions of a television signal in 1928. They daily trained their cameras on a Felix the Cat doll, making him TV’s first regular star!”


C. Yoe (in the funny papers)

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3 Responses to “What’s the Frequency, Felix?”

  1. Michael Burton Says:

    The doll didn’t do anything; it just stood there, thus planting the seeds of Hanna-Barbera Studios.

  2. D. J. David B. Says:

    Man, that has to be the most valuable action figure ever! Or, inaction figure, as the case may be.

  3. Super I.T.C.H » Blog Archive » D. J. David B. Spins Comics-Tunes: It’s The Year Of The Cat Says:

    [...] mentioned Felix The Cat on this blog several times before, including here, here and here. Felix was there at the very beginning, even before Mickey Mouse. And Felix continues to be a [...]

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