murray studios

  • “Waah-Waah-Waah-Waah-Waah!” (1931)

We we’re walking along just singing this song and didn’t expect'n anything wrong When right there, right then Waah-Waah-Waah-Waah-Waah! 

He was taking me home when I heard a groan I looked around and I’m walking alone, When right there, right then Waah-Waah-Waah-Waah-Waah! 

We we’re rearing to go the lights were low, he said yes and I said no when right there, right then Waah-Waah-Waah-Waah-Waah!

Self Love... and Belly Dancing!

Arabic dancing, aka Belly Dancing, is a beautiful dance form that captivates any audience that watches it. It comes with many benefits including:

-Improved posture and muscle toning
-Preparation for childbirth
- Weight Loss
- Stress release
- Muscle toning in arms, back and stomach
- Improved posture
- Meeting new friends

And spiritual benefits including
- Boosting confidence
- Connecting you to your femininity 
- A better self-image 
- Raising your vibration
- Improved mind-body connection 
- Creating new neural pathways in the brain

In London my personal favourite classes are with Agni, a beautiful soul, dancer and teacher:

Updated ref sheet of my Sketch Studio! I know I have so many OCs it’s barely BatIM anymore but-!

Of course you have (in order), Joey Drew and Henry Rodgers the animators. Wally Franks the janitor and his rival, music director Rev. Samuel Lawrence. Norman Polk the cool-headed projector-manning double-bassist. Jim Gooder the skittish storyboarder and Murray Hill the mechanic. Johnny Jonah the hopeless romantic organist. Harry Fletcher the cynical flutist and his nephew, David Angel who voices Bendy. Susie Campbell, Alice Angels sweetie-pie voice actress. Isaac Lowe the stalkerlike doctor (because Heaven knows the studio needs that). Robert Shirley Searchmann the script writer and unfortunately the first Searcher. And Paul Cameron, the guy who works for the licencing company for JD Studios and handles the finished product.!


Universal Pictures: Restorations and Rediscoveries, 1928–1937 opens next Friday at MoMA Film. See stunning films from this ambitious, risk-taking period of the famous studio’s history. 

[King of Jazz. 1930. USA.  Directed by John Murray Anderson. Pictured: The Russell Markert Dancers. Courtesy NBCUniversal]


Pictures from the Celebration of Harry Potter including some of the Q&As and also the costumes from the Warner Bros. Studio tour!