Please note: if an earlier link doesn't work, it may have changed following an update! Check the Category Labels in the side-bar on the right! There you can find animator drafts for sixteen complete Disney features and eighty-six shorts,
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Thursday, February 01, 2018

Prod. 2057 - Fun and Fancy Free (X)  - Prod. 2043 - Seq. 17.5 - Pink Bunny

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Directed by Bill Roberts assisted by Mike Holoboff.
Layout by Al Zinnen.
This FINAL draft dated 11/14/1946 by "Toby" Tobelmann.

Animation by John Lounsbery (Giant), Fred Moore (Mickey), Harry Holt (trio), John Sibley (trio?), Judge Whitaker (trio), Hal Ambro (Pink Bunny), Hugh Fraser (Giant), Jack Campbell (Harp), Tom Massey (Hand), Bill Berg (Mickey), Marvin Woodward, Woolie Reitherman.

Tom Massey and Bill Berg had extensive later careers as comic strip artists, Berg doing the Scamp strips (56-78). See Alberto's pages for more info! (Link on the right.)

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Anonymous Zartok-35 says...

Wow, Bill Berg, Tom Massey, and Hal Ambro doing the money shot with Louns! Freddie Moore did Mickey here, as expected.

Thursday, February 1, 2018 at 3:07:00 PM PST  
Anonymous Michael Igafo-Te'o says...

You have a pretty nice collection of animators draft sheets on your blog! Have fun posting the animators draft sheets of "Make Mine Music"! I'd love to see the animators draft sheets on the "All the Cats Join In" and "Martins and the Coys" segments!

Thursday, February 1, 2018 at 4:07:00 PM PST  
Anonymous Hans Perk says...

Michael, thanks for your interest! I have as yet no plans to put up Make Mine Music, but it is a good suggestion. It was partly the posting of the draft of All the Cats Join In by the wonderful and talented Jenny Lerew that had me start posting my drafts in the first place. Those, and the late, great Mike Sporn's start of Pinocchio.

Friday, February 2, 2018 at 3:45:00 AM PST  
Anonymous John Veitch says...

I expect Hal Ambro drew the trio with the flyswatter in the foreground and John Lounsbery drew the Giant as a "Pink Bunny".

Friday, February 2, 2018 at 4:48:00 PM PST  
Anonymous John Veitch says...

The animation of Mickey trying to convince Willie to turn into a fly is recognizably Fred Moore - quite similar to his work on Timothy in "Dumbo". That whole first half of this sequence is animated between Moore and John Lounsbery - not *completely* cast by character, as Moore gets a few close-ups of Willie as well.

I was surprised to see Bill Berg as an animator.

Wednesday, February 7, 2018 at 1:16:00 PM PST  

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