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Friday, May 13, 2011

Prod. 2063 - Cinderella (XIII)
  - Seq. 03.0 - Fairy Godmother

With a BIBBIDI - - - BOBBIDI - - - BOO!!!
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Directed by Ham Luske, laid out by Ken O'Connor and Charles Philippi. Assistant director Larry Lansburgh, secretary Ruth Wright.
This revised final draft dated 1/20/50.

After Cindy's total abjection, we prepare for her evil stepmother's comeuppance with great relish and a classic musical number, this time directed by Ham Luske and animated by:
Cinderella: Marc Davis
Fairy Godmother: Milt Kahl, Hal Ambro ("will co-animate")
Mice: Fred Moore and (transfigurating) Don Lusk
Reanimated pumpkin: George Rowley
Horse & Dog: Hugh Fraser, John Lounsbery, Fred Moore, Jerry Hathcock - and incl. Birds: Luske. I guess this is Don Lusk.
   (Luske or Lusk - throughout Frank & Ollie's book "Too Funny For    Words" they credit Don Lusk as Don Luske...)

Great, controlled animation by Milt Kahl and Marc Davis, based on stats, but knowing them, only for reference. George Rowley's pumpkin animation is a classic piece of effects animation. But for the actual credits on the transfiguration of the characters, there is nothing better than just looking at above pages - otherwise, however I try to write them, it still seems confusing to me.

Remember to check out Michael Sporn's great postings on Cinderella!

Again, if you can't find your DVD, I found this on YouTube:

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5 Comments:

Blogger Zartok-35 says...

Fred Moore animates here, but he doesn't do Bruno truning into the footman, which looks exactally like his Mickey aniamtion of the time; Very interesting. I suspected that Lounsbery animated the horse turning into the coachman, though.

Hugh Fraser's eye smeare turns up once again, in shot 25.1.

Almost all of the scenes by Hal Ambro have 're-issued from Kahl' typed in, if they aren't co-animated. I wonder what exactally this entails? Multiple sets of rough keys from Kahl?

Thursday, May 12, 2011 at 10:47:00 AM PDT  
Blogger Zartok-35 says...

Wasn't this up yesterday? Blogger has been a bit of a problem lately, hasn't it.

Shot 25.1 is another example of the Hugh Fraser eye smear.

Friday, May 13, 2011 at 7:14:00 PM PDT  
Blogger Hans Perk says...

Yes, and you wrote this comment:

Fred Moore animates here, but he doesn't do Bruno truning into the footman, which looks exactally like his Mickey aniamtion of the time; Very interesting. I suspected that Lounsbery animated the horse turning into the coachman, though.

Hugh Fraser's eye smeare turns up once again, in shot 25.1.

Almost all of the scenes by Hal Ambro have 're-issued from Kahl' typed in, if they aren't co-animated. I wonder what exactally this entails? Multiple sets of rough keys from Kahl?


Blogger had some maintenance issue that had them restore an older backup, and since I still had the source of my last posting, I put that up again.

Saturday, May 14, 2011 at 12:30:00 AM PDT  
Blogger Steven Hartley says...

Hurrah! This is a wonderful sequence.

I knew that Milt Kahl and Hal Ambro would do the Fairy Godmother. John Lounsbery and Fred Moore would be working around those lines and I was correct. I never suspected Don Lusk to be working on Lucifer and the Horse whinney scenes. That's pretty funny.

No Marvin Woodward around here, I thought he did the mice around here. I'm starting to think - what did he REALLY do?

Saturday, May 14, 2011 at 1:19:00 AM PDT  
Blogger Whit says...

Why the non-hookup with the Fairy Godmother just after the 0:49 second mark, from the long shot with the extended arm holding the wand and very the next shot of her? It looks like either a cutaway or a connecting shot may have been dropped but whatever the reason it is very noticeable and jarring for a Disney feature.

Tuesday, July 5, 2011 at 10:01:00 PM PDT  

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