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Thursday, October 22, 2009

Prod.2001 - Snow White & the Seven Dwarfs (III)

Seq. 3-B "Snow White meets Animals"
- We again meet Jack Campbell and Tony Rivera (see the comment to yesterday's posting about them), as well as Ham Luske and Grim Natwick, animating Snow White. Animals by Jim Algar, Eric Larson, Milt Kahl, Bernard Garbutt. [Max] Gray's name appears again...

It is interesting to see how some information that normally would not appear on a draft is given, like the Double Exposure (DX) percentages for shadows. Also, where the Pinocchio draft just notes "MP," here is specifically written out "(Multiplane)." Obvously, scenes were added between 15B and 15C. But "15BBBBB"?

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Anonymous John V. says...

Rob M's comment on the previous post that Tony Rivera was an assistant of Jack Campbell makes sense... I suspect that Max Gray was an assistant of Ham Luske, and that's why his name sometimes appears alongside Ham's and sometimes (as in sequence 2B) on its own but animating of Ham's characters (the Huntsman).

By the way, notice a few scenes (8A, 10, 12) where Ham animates the animals, not Snow White.

Friday, October 23, 2009 at 1:39:00 PM PDT  

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