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Monday, May 27, 2013

Prod. 2079 - Lady and the Tramp (XVI)
  - Seq. 10.0 - Lady at Dog Pound

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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 4/8/54.

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4 Comments:

Blogger John V. says...

Some interesting casting here.

Lady, Bull, Toughy and Peg are animated by the same group we've seen on earlier Geronimi sequences: John Lounsbery, Eric Larson, Cliff Nordberg, Don Lusk and George Kreisl. Nordberg gets the scenes of Lady with the guard. As a general rule Larson animates Lady and Peg, while Lounsbery animates the male dogs, but there are some exceptions: one shot of Peg singing is credited to Lounsbery!

Meanwhile, Boris, Pedro, Dachsie and the "chorus" dogs in the opening scenes are animated by the group from Ham Luske's sequences: Woolie Reitherman, Hal King, Hugh Fraser, Eric Cleworth, Jerry Hathcock and Marvin Woodward.

Monday, May 27, 2013 at 4:28:00 PM PDT  
Blogger Zartok-35 says...

Lounsbery does everything Woolie doesn't do here, including scenes of Lady and Peg.
And I'm very surpesed Frank Thomas isn't doing the crying dogs. Depression was his specialty.

Monday, May 27, 2013 at 7:46:00 PM PDT  
Blogger Steven Hartley says...

Zartok, let's not imply too much that Frank was typecast on 'depression' scenes..though I do understand your reason. i.e. (SNOW WHITE, PINOCCHIO, SWORD IN THE STONE). This just shows versatility played a part for Woolie.

Woolie's work is particularly fun, particularly on Boris (voiced by Alan Reed: same guy who voices Fred Flintstone - nice connection).

The Cliff Nordberg scenes of Nutsy taken to the 'one-way doors' was mentioned in THE ILLUSION OF LIFE..and Frank & Ollie right how only Cliff could handle a dramatic scene with charm, at least as I
recall offhand.

Eric Larson's work was of course, marvellous, and Larson certainly showed a lot of sex appeal for Peg towards the dogs.

Sunday, June 2, 2013 at 12:16:00 PM PDT  
Blogger Zartok-35 says...

Frank did crying scenes in Alice In Wonderland and Sleeping Beauty, too. Most of this would have been an attempt to cash in on how he emotinally triggered the audience in 'Snow white'

Sunday, June 2, 2013 at 11:01:00 PM PDT  

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