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Saturday, March 03, 2007

Prod. 2003 - Seq. 7.2 - No Cops...

Les Clark's Pinoke and Fred Moore's Lampwick on their wild ride to Pleasure Island...

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Anonymous Michael Sporn says...

I remember once while working at the Hubley studio that John and Tissa David were arguing (jokingly) over pan speeds of a couple of overlays. John ended the argument by saying he had just received a phone call from someone in Europe who had praised him for creating one of the greatest multiplane scenes ever. The coach ride. He told Tissa that she had to listen to him since he was obviously the master of the multiplane.

Thanks again for posting these Hans.

Saturday, March 3, 2007 at 6:24:00 AM PST  
Anonymous FantasiaMan says...

I remember hearing a story about Walt fuming over how people praised the "boat on the water" shot in this scene more than the expensively-shot opening scene of Sequence 2. I believe his words were "Never again.".

I think this was about the time Frank, Ollie, Ward & Milt began to surpass Fred Moore. Almost like the baton was passed on to them at this point. Moore's animation of Lampwick, although very funny, well executed & full of emotion, is a lot broader & lacks subtlty, unlike Milt or Frank's animation of Pinocchio. I'm not badmouthing Moore in any way here, I admire all of his work & how it has affected animation to this very day.

Once again, thanks for the drafts, Hans.

Saturday, March 3, 2007 at 3:32:00 PM PST  
Anonymous Steven Hartley says...

Fred Moore's drawings of Lampwick are very amusing, funny and well drawn, but I think ever since Walt Disney started work on features, I think that it made Fred Moore start doing less work, because I mean Fred Moore didn't do as much animation on "Pinocchio" as Ollie Johnston did, or Art Babbitt, Milt Kahl, Bill Tytla, Woolie Reitherman, Ward Kimball, etc.

But yet, I think he still brought some great animation in Pinocchio, I mean in Sequence 10.1, he handles Gepetto winderfully!!

Friday, April 30, 2010 at 1:50:00 PM PDT  

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