Who was the cartoon animator who was credited for reviving Felix’s the Cat popularity during the 1950s?
Felix the Cat was created by the duo of Pat Sullivan and Otto Messmer during the silent film era. He was very popular during the 1920s. And his popularity continued into the 50s, when Messmer’s assistant Joe Oriolo took charge of the cartoon. He designed Felix to appeal more to children. And he created the animated TV show, produced by Paramount Cartoon studios, which starred Felix in more than 126 episodes.