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Abidingly Ravishing high quality images of Tex Avery

Fashionably overwhelming list of photos of Tex Avery. Avery first began his animation career at the Walter Lantz studio in the early 1930s, working on the majority of the Oswald the Lucky Rabbit cartoons from 1931 to 1935


where to find Tex Avery

2015-10-13

such a great character





the hidden gem Of Tex Avery

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Another large photo found on the internet. theres an abundance of pictures if you do your research. downvote if its not good enough. didnt take long to find.





A picture of Tex Avery

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Avery migrated to the Leon Schlesinger studio in late 1935 and convinced the fast-talking Schlesinger to let him head his own production unit of animators and create cartoons the way he wanted them to be made





what you don't know about Tex Avery may shock you

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Avery was born to George Walton Avery and Mary Augusta "Jessie" in Taylor, Texas





why almost everything you've learned about Tex Avery is wrong

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this high quality image is for me





dazzling

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Avery first began his animation career at the Walter Lantz studio in the early 1930s, working on the majority of the Oswald the Lucky Rabbit cartoons from 1931 to 1935





such a great character

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Tex Avery No longer a Mystery





nice

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Avery first began his animation career at the Walter Lantz studio in the early 1930s, working on the majority of the Oswald the Lucky Rabbit cartoons from 1931 to 1935





this large photo is everything

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what you don't know about Tex Avery may shock you





A new angle on Tex Avery

2015-10-13

Avery first began his animation career at the Walter Lantz studio in the early 1930s, working on the majority of the Oswald the Lucky Rabbit cartoons from 1931 to 1935





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2015-10-13

this small photo is funny







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