In the UK in 1996, a three-minute pilot was created in hopes of launching a new Krazy Kat cartoon series. It was directed by Derek Mogford and produced by Spitting Image Productions.Krazy Kat had been animated often before, and always in long-running and successful series. There were theatrical Krazy Kat cartoons in some form or another running from 1916 to the end of the thirties, and in the sixties the character was brought back for a television series.
So what makes this 1996 Krazy Kat cartoon so interesting if the strip has been animated so many times before? The difference is that, apart from being British, was that it was the first (and so far only) time the characters of Krazy Kat had been brought to life using stop-motion animation. The pilot was produced by Spitting Image Productions and directed by Derek Mogford, an animator who had previously directed several stop-motion children shows including Postman Pat and Bertha.
Sadly, the pilot was never aired and did not lead to a series.
- Credit: Smart Than the Average!