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Wednesday, May 22, 2013

Prod. 2079 - Lady and the Tramp (XI)
  - Seq. 06.0 - At The Zoo

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Directed by Gerry Geronimi assisted by Jack Bruner. Laid out by Tom Codrick and Don Griffith. Secretary Marie Dasnoit.
This Final draft dated 9/22/54.

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Blogger Steven Hartley says...

Another particularly fun sequence, with fun animation from Don Lusk, Lounsbery, and Cliff Nordberg in the zoo scenes.

Of course, the beaver animation is wonderful, but to me, the part with the beaver that really stands out well, is Stan Freberg's voice for that character--and he does a terrific job, whose particularly more well-known for his voices at Warner Bros. (e.g. THREE LITTLE BOPS (1957) - Freberg did all the voices) and also for Bob Clampett.

Thursday, May 23, 2013 at 5:19:00 AM PDT  
Blogger John Veitch says...

The section where Tramp creates an argument between the Cop and the Professor is animated by John Lounsbery, with a couple of scenes by Cliff Nordberg. Seems like John L was in charge of the caricaturish human characters. He also animates Tramp here but not Lady.

Eric Larson is best known for his work on Peg in the "He's A Tramp" sequence, and here we see him animating another one-scene wonder. The section with the beaver is animated by Eric, Milt Kahl and George Kreisl... all of them handling all three characters (plus a couple of scenes by Don Lusk of the two dogs without the beaver).

Eric also animates a couple of scenes at the beginning of Lady and Tramp. Most of their scenes are handled by George Kreisl, Cliff Nordberg and Don Lusk, plus a few scenes by John Freeman and one by Ed Aardal.

Cliff Nordberg animates most of the miscellaneous animals in cages. (except the alligator, who shares Don Lusk scenes with the two dogs)

Thursday, May 23, 2013 at 2:07:00 PM PDT  

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