Dear Mr. Watterson
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SummaryCalvin & Hobbes took center stage when it first appeared in newspaper comics section across the U.S. in 1985. A decade later, Bill Watterson retired his strip and millions of readers felt the void. This documentary attempts to discover why this "simple" comic strip made such an impact on so many readers and why it still means so much to fans today.
-- Calvin and Hobbes.
Watterson, Bill -- Appreciation.
Calvin (Fictitious character : Watterson)
Hobbes (Fictitious character)
Comic books, strips, etc. -- United States -- History and criticism.
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|Other Titles|| Exploration of Calvin & Hobbes
Dear Mister Watterson
Allen Schroeder, Joel,
film director, film producer, editor of moving image work.
Browne, Christopher (Filmmaker), film producer.
McUsic, Matt, film producer.
Breathed, Berke, interviewee.
Pastis, Stephan, interviewee.
Robb, Jenny E., interviewee.
Salem, Lee, interviewee.
Solomon, Charles, 1950- interviewee.
Martell, Nevin, interviewee.
Kellett, Dave, interviewee.
Mallett, Jef, interviewee.
Wos, Joe, interviewee.
Green, Seth, 1974- interviewee.
Amend, Bill, interviewee.
Waruszewski, Andrew, director of photography.
We Were Pirates (Musician), composer, performer.
Fingerprint Films, production company.
Gravitas Ventures (Firm), publisher.
Featuring Berkeley Breathed, Stephan Pastis, Jenny Robb, Lee Salem, Charles Solomon, Nevin Martell, Dave Kellett, Jef Mallett, Joe Wos, Seth Green, Bill Amend.
Cinematographer, Andrew Waruszewski ; editor, Joel Allen Schroeder ; music, We Were Pirates.
Originally released as a documentary film in 2013.
DVD-R (might not be compatible with all players); widescreen presentation.
1 videodisc (90 min.) : sound, color ; 4 3/4 in.