Grantray-Lawrence Animation

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A still from the studio's final and most famous production, Spider-Man.

Grantray-Lawrence Animation was an animated cartoon studio active from 1954 to 1967 and founded by Grant Simmons, Ray Patterson (hence "Grant-Ray"), and Robert Lawrence.

This animation company produced commercials and low-budget television animation productions until it went bankrupt in 1967.

Its productions included:

The last series has proven by far to be the most durable with its theme song becoming a popular standard that is frequently covered and parodied, including in the 2007 release The Simpsons Movie.

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