Tytla Speaks on Forms vs. Forces (II) --Action Analysis Class of June 28st, 1937
Geiss, Magro, Klein and Culhane speak up just as they did the week before. We also hear [whom I suspect to be layout man Dave] Rose [(1910-2006)] and Tytla's First Assistant, Bill Shull (1902-1989).
In this part we not only hear more about the subject at hand, we also get an insight in Tytla's days in animation at Paul Terry's studio on the East Coast before he came to Disney. When Tytla elaborates on the many possibilities Walt Disney provided for his artists, we learn that Paul Terry made money and not pencil tests, and that Tytla and Art Babbitt were derided when they tried to do model drawing, as "anyone who goes to art school is a homo, Bolshevik"...1