Check the Category Labels in the side-bar on the right! There you can find animator drafts for sixteen complete Disney features and eighty-five shorts,
as well as Action Analysis Classes and many other vintage animation documents!

Thursday, July 10, 2008

Prod. 2082 (Sleeping Beauty) - Seq. 14.0 Girl Pricks Finger

Directed by Eric Larson, laid out by Mac Stewart.
Assistant director Geo Probert.

Animation by Harvey Toombs, Ollie Johnston, Hal Ambro, Hal King, John Kennedy, Don Lusk, Marc Davis, and one scene by director Larson. Effects by Jim Will and Josh Meador.

According to the 4/3/57 directory that Joe Campana posted, John Kennedy around this time shared room 1D-14 with Milt Kahl.
But this may be a typo, as Kahl was normally next door to Marc Davis, in 1D-4. Since Kennedy was in 1D, it seems unlikely he was effects animator. Does anyone know more about him?

This FINAL draft of 10/24/58...
088089090091092
093094095096097
098099100
I'm really quite surprised at how few ripples these documents make in the blogosphere. It's not like anyone has ever published these before.

Labels: ,

2 Comments:

Anonymous Michael Barrier says...

Hans, I'm still catching up from a long trip, so I'm late in responding to your post about the other Disney drafts posted on the Web. In addition to the Song of the South drafts that I've posted and that you mentioned, I've also posted the draft for Disney's Who Killed Cock Robin?

Like you,I've been a little surprised by the lack of response to some of the historical material I've put up; I suppose that's why I've never gotten around to posting more of the SOTS drafts. I've been particularly surprised by the silence that has greeted what I think of as some of the most interesting of my interviews, like those with John McGrew and Lloyd Turner of the Warner studio. But, what the hell, I'll keep at it, and I'm glad you're doing the same.

Friday, July 11, 2008 at 4:47:00 PM PDT  
Blogger spokeshave says...

Stan Green told me that John Kennedy was one of Marc Davis's assistants and although Marc is credited on the draft as animator of Aurora climbing the stairs scenes. John was given the scenes to animate, back then you had to animate 150 feet? To get a screen credit and Stan said all the assistants were trying to get as many scenes from their animator as possible. They were all envious of John Kennedy when he got all the long scenes of Aurora in that seq, which pushed his footage up. Also reuses weren't counted towards your footage, Stan animated Samson's reaction to the Princes cloak and hat disappearing in the forest. But it was reused at the end and that wasn't counted towards his footage, he said.

Wednesday, June 8, 2011 at 4:25:00 AM PDT  

Post a Comment

Links to this post:

Create a Link

<< Home