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Wednesday, November 28, 2007

Prod. 2069 (Alice) - Seq. 06.0 - At Rabbit's...

OK, here is a new sequence - a quite interesting one, too:
"The Rabbit's House" of 5/12/51, directed by Ham Luske, layout by Charlie Philippi, Ken O'Connor and Lance Nolley. Animation by Les Clark, Eric Larson, Harvey Toombs, Hal Ambro (Alice), Bill Justice, Hal King, Bob Carlson, Fred Moore (Rabbit), Phil Duncan, Woolie Reitherman (Rabbit & Dodo), Milt Kahl (Dodo), George Rowley, Dan MacManus (EFX)...
Comments, anyone?

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Anonymous Thad says...

Bill the lizard was always a favorite of mine. The animation on him is hysterical, plussed by the use of stock sound fx over him screaming in terror.

Wednesday, November 28, 2007 at 9:02:00 AM PST  
Anonymous PaulBunyan says...

Hans thanks for sharing this interesting piece of history with us. Backgrounds from this sequence are on the Animation Backgrounds Blog.

Wednesday, November 28, 2007 at 8:13:00 PM PST  
Anonymous Bradley J. Bethel Jr. says...

If they were working on this two months before its release date, they must've put in extra hours to get it done.

Wednesday, November 28, 2007 at 11:20:00 PM PST  
Anonymous spokeshave says...

It would be nice to know how it worked when two animators worked on one character, ie Woolie/moore.
Did Fred animate it and Woole reworked them for changes?

Thursday, September 24, 2009 at 4:11:00 AM PDT  
Anonymous Torgo25 says...

Something I noticed about this scene after multiple viewings. Alice grows while inside the upstairs bedroom of the house with her legs stretching all the way outside the door and side of the house. She's sitting down on the floor of the upstairs bedroom. But judging by the external shots of her trapped in the house, it looks more like she's sitting on the floor of the downstairs room of the house. Which means her legs grew ridiculously long to stretch outside the door and side of the house. Wonderland logic, I guess?

Wednesday, February 1, 2017 at 9:46:00 AM PST  

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