Originally commissioned by French magazine Pilote for their special issue dedicated to the history of cinema-- Action! asks, what if Fellini wanted to revive the careers of Tom & Jerry for Cinecetta in the 1970s?
This strip also appears in English in the AdHouse special THB:CFM #2
Easter Egg: The third-to-last panel on the last page with the "Crash Boom Zip!" cartoon explosions is a subtle reference to the store logo to the Dutch bookstore, Lambiek, found in Amsterdam, Europe's oldest comic book/bande dessine shop.
The "Pont De Oncle George" on the clapperboard in the final panel is an inside joke I have with my French editor-- George Dargaud is the founder of the publishing house, Dargaud, which owns and releases the magazine Pilote. I put a reference to an "Uncle George" in all of my Dargaud strips.