At the bottom of most pages we have put useful links, so that you can find out more about the films or series. However, we thought it would be a good idea to create a page with the resources we have used most, to acknowledge our debt to them and to help you, if you want to find out more.
The Internet Archive
The majority of our films were originally downloaded from this site. The Internet Archive is a non-profit organization that was founded in 1996. Its mission is to build an Internet library. It already holds a massive wealth of material including books, comics, images, snapshots of old websites and of course films.
The Internet Archive is thoroughly recommended both for serious research or just a casual browse.
The Internet Movie Database
IMDb, as it is normally referred to, started life as a hobby project over 20 years ago.
Over that time it has grown to become an invaluable resource with a wealth of information about films, series and individual episodes. Not only is there factual information such as dates, casts and storylines, but members can also rate films. This great site now has over 100 million visitors each month!!
At first sight tv.com does not look like it would be useful to investigate old films and series, but in fact there is a lot of information for what were the popular shows of the day. So it always worth checking this out to see what they have to say.
Wikipedia should need no introduction and we have used it quite extensively to help write the little snippets we have written about the films.
This organization was established over 35 years ago with the aim to 'promote and encourage the art and craft of animation.'
So if you are interested in the cartoons on Camelot Broadcasting you can often find a bit more about them and their creators on this site.
These links are provided for your information, no responsibility can be accepted for the contents of these sites.