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Soup2Nuts

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Soup2Nuts was an American animation studio founded by Tom Snyder. The studio was known for its animated comedy series, its use of "Squigglevision", a technique of animation that reuses frames to make the animation look more kinetic, and for its... Wikipedia
Founder: Tom Snyder
Founded: 1993
Defunct: 2015
Headquarters: Watertown, MA
Parent organization: Scholastic Corp
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