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Hollywood meets Oz

Hollywood meets Oz

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Published by Ralph Adam
Ralph Adam. Published in International Telephone Cards, November 1997, pages 1 and 8-9
Ralph Adam. Published in International Telephone Cards, November 1997, pages 1 and 8-9

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Suddenly,Australian cards havebecome exciting:a range of cardsshowing stills from all sortsof cinemaand tv films hasappeared.Here,we show a selection from the companybehind it all.PacificNet has recently been veryactive in producing phone cards.Alltheir cardsaredesignedto work inanyPayTelphone in Australia. Westartwith somecartooncards-andthe restwill follow.
Looney Tunes
WarnerBrosand PacificNethavecom-bined to releasetwo stunning phonecard collections featuring all of thosezany,wacky characters that we allknow and love: Bugs Bunny, DaffyDuck,Tweety-Pie,Sylvester, Tassie Devilandthe RoadRunner;all in mag- nificent full colour.There are two sets, each with anissueof 2,000,presentedin full-colour packswith matching serialnumbers. Here(in
ills .
1-5),
we showthe firstofthesets,which makesajig-sawpuz- zle. It includesthe following characters:Bugs Bunny. He was created in1940 by Ben'Bugs'Hardaway and laterdeveloped byTedAvery. Hisfirstfilm was'A Wild Hare';DaffyDuck- a maladjustedmallardcreatedbyTedAvery.Hemadehisdebut in'Porky'sDuckHunt',waybackin 1937; PorkyPig,who wasborn evenear- lier: on the 1st July 1935. He hasappeared in more than 160 films-quite astar.It's hewho says"That'sall, folks"- which must be one of theworld's most famouscatchphrases; Tweety and Sylvester:one ofthe all-time great comedy teams.Thisduomade itsdebut during the 194Os;RoadRunnerand Wile L Coyote-.for over fifty years Wile L has tried,unsuccessfully,tocatchRoadRunner.In5.20.25-0896 for the penguins and A065-5 for the kangaroo. 1,000 of each of these cards was produced in aspecialpack.
The Wind In the Willows
The Wind in the Willowsis a classicchildren's storyfeaturingacast of delightful characters:Toad,Mole,Rat and Badgerandthey alllive inanidyl- lic~etting by'the river. the firstfilmshetried elevenmethods!TasmanianDevil:a relative new-comer,Tazbeganhiscareerin 1954in Devil May Hare.ThisWhirling dervishof perpetual motion isunstoppable;Yosemite Sam:along with Bugs Bunny,YosemiteSamisanOscarwin- ner!Fromhisten-gallon hatto hisfire- red moustache,he is the mostflamboyantof all Bugs'sadversaries. These cards have control codes:NAP95A053-5.20.25-0796 forthefirst card;the others are A054-57.Each has$5 facevalue and they come in abig colourful pack.
Snoopy In Australia
On 2nd October 1950 Charles M.Schultzbeganthe Peanutscartoon.At the start,the strip appearedin only seven newspapers. Today,it is themost-widely syndicatedcartoonin the world.No Charlie Brown,butthese two cards show Snoopy andWoodstockwith penguins
(ill.
6)andahelpful kangaroo
ill . ).
Thesecardsalsohave$5facevalueand control code:NAP95A064- The story was written by Kenneth Grahameand first publishedin 1908Grahamedescribedthe bookas forthosewho keepthe spirit ofyouth livein them;of life,sunshine,running water,woodlands,dusty roads,and winter firesides."
8
 I TC November 1997 
 
Suddenly,Australian cards havebecome exciting: a range of cardsshowing stills from all sortsof cinemaand tv films hasappeared. Here, weshow a selection from the companybehindit all.PacificNet has recently been veryactive in producing phone cards.Alltheir cardsaredesignedto work inanyPayTelphone in Australia.Westartwith somecartooncards-andthe restwill follow.
Looney Tunes
WarnerBrosand PacificNethavecom-bined to releasetwo stunning phonecard collections featuring all of thosezany, wacky characters that we allknow and love: Bugs Bunny, DaffyDuck,Tweety-Pie,Sylvester, Tassie Devilandthe RoadRunner;all in mag- nificent full colour.There are two sets,each with anissueof 2,000,presentedin full-colour packswith matching serialnumbers.Here(in
ills .
1-5),
we showthefirstofthesets,which makesajig-sawpuz- zle.It includesthe following characters:Bugs Bunny. He was createdin1940 by Ben'Bugs'Hardaway and laterdeveloped byTedAvery. Hisfirstfilm was 'A Wild Hare';DaffyDuck- a maladjustedmallardcreatedbyTedAvery.Hemadehisdebutin'Porky'sDuckHunt',waybackin 1937; PorkyPig,whowas born evenear- lier:on the 1st July 1935.He has appeared in more than 160 films-quite astar.It'shewho says"That'sall, folks"- which must be one of theworld's most famouscatchphrases; Tweety and Sylvester:one ofthe all-time great comedy teams.Thisduomade itsdebut during the 1940s;RoadRunnerand Wile
E .
Coyote-.for over fifty years Wile
E .
has tried,unsuccessfully,tocatchRoadRunner.In5.20.25-0896 forthe penguins and A065-5 for the kangaroo.1,000 of each of these cards was produced in aspecialpack.
The Wind In the Willows
The Wind in the Willowsis a classicchildren's story featuringacastof delightful characters:Toad,Mole,Rat and Badgerandtheyalllive inanidyl- lic~etting by'the river. the firstfilmshetried elevenmethods!TasmanianDevil:a relative new-comer,Tazbeganhiscareerin 1954in Devil May Hare.ThisWhirling dervishof perpetual motion isunstoppable;Yosemite Sam:along with Bugs Bunny,YosemiteSamisanOscarwin- ner!Fromhisten-gallon hatto hisfire- red moustache,he is the mostflamboyantof all Bugs'sadversaries. These cards have control codes:NAP95A053-5.20.25-0796 forthefirst card;the others are A054-57.E.ach has$5 facevalue and they come in abig colourful pack.
Snoopy In Australia
On 2nd October1950 Charles M. Schultzbeganthe Peanutscartoon. Atthe start,the strip appearedin only seven newspapers.Today,it is the most-widely syndicatedcartoonin the world.No Charlie Brown,butthese two cards show Snoopy and Woodstockwith penguins
(ill.
6)andahelpful kangaroo
ill.  ).
Thesecardsalsohave$5facevalueand control code:NAP95A064- The story was written by KennethGrahameand first published in 1908Grahamedescribedthe bookas"....for thosewho keepthe spirit ofyouth livein them;of life,sunshine,running water,woodlands,dusty roads,and winter firesides."
8
 I TC ovember 1997 

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