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Popeye, Tom & Jerry Join Trend to Shift Production Overseas
Rising Hollywood Costs Spur Farming Out of Films; Next; A Polish-Animated Hiawatha Popeye, Tom & Jerry Cartoons Join Trend To Production Abroad
By By A KENT MACDOUGALL Staff Reporter of THE WALL STREEL JOURNAL, The Wall Street Journal,
Jun 11, 1962

Producers of Tom and Jerry, Popeye and a growing number of other popular American animated cartoons are farming out work to foreign studios, some in Communist East Europe. The main reason. Rising labor costs in the U.S. film industry.

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