Here’s the first clip that I’ve managed to upload to YouTube. It’s the opening and closing titles that Rod Scribner animated for UPA’s last theatrical series “Ham and Hattie.” He probably animated this sometime around 1957. Scribner is obviously having a lot of fun animating these characters, which he designed himself. Note how he really pushes the graphic construction of the faces. Most animators of the period had a tendency to treat the “big nose/eyes-on-the-side design” as a flat shape, but Scribner isn’t afraid to make the design dimensional (especially in the tallest character) and show the construction of the character in 3/4 and front views as well as the standard side view.
PS - There’s a bit of a glitch in the middle of the video. I’ll try to make sure that doesn’t happen again.