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Wednesday, November 21, 2012

Prod. 2074 - Peter Pan (IX)  - Seq. 7.1 - Boys Tied to Stake

Directed by Ham Luske, laid out by Al Zinnen and Charles Philippi. Assistant director Rusty Jones, secretary Ruth Wright.
This Final draft dated 5/8/52.

Note: in the film, this sequence is before yesterday's Seq. 07.0!

Animation by Wetzel "Judge" Whitaker (Boys), George Kreisl (Indians), Ward Kimball (Indian Chief) and George Rowley (Shadows).

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Anonymous Zartok-35 says...

Ward Kimball working for Ham Luske; there's another combination we haven't seen in awhile. I wonder if Ham Luske directs the Indian song sequence, too. This would have been right around the time of Geronimi's groping incident, which drove Ward away from him.

Thursday, November 22, 2012 at 4:21:00 AM PST  
Anonymous John V. says...

I thought Ward and Gerry never got along... as early as The Three Caballeros, for example.

This is the last (fully animated) feature which Ward worked on, isn't it?

We have another uncredited animator: George Kreisl, animating the Injuns in the background. He also animated the jury uncredited on Alice in Wonderland, before getting screen credit on Lady and the Tramp.

Thursday, November 22, 2012 at 3:52:00 PM PST  
Anonymous Steven Hartley says...

Perhaps this was the point where Kimball didn't want to work with Gerry anymore - but hey, we still need to discover more.

Yes, it appears to be Kreisl animated the secondary scenes of the Injuns - but when I saw the 'Lady and the Tramp' draft - he did the secondary scenes of Lady and Tramp after the spaghetti sequence (the night-romance scenes).

Friday, November 23, 2012 at 9:55:00 AM PST  
Anonymous John V. says...

Zartok - Hans' comment about Fred Moore reminded me: Did you know that Kimball used to be Ham Luske's assistant?

Saturday, November 24, 2012 at 6:15:00 PM PST  
Anonymous Zartok-35 says...

Yeah, thats what I heard. But unlike Fred at this point, Ward hadn't exceeded Ham in the ranks.

Sunday, November 25, 2012 at 12:54:00 AM PST  
Blogger KOSTAS says...

I'm in awe with your comments !! How do you know all those treasurous informations?? I'm searching for animation Drafts from Pete's Dragon 'till the last 2d animated feauture, The Princess and The Frog. Anyone can help me please? History of Animation continues with great animators such as Glen Keane, Andreas Deja, Mark Henn, Eric Goldberg and many more nad we can't find any information for the scenes they animated..

Thursday, March 17, 2022 at 7:53:00 AM PDT  
Blogger Hans Perk says...

KOSTAS, to me it isn't necessarily the famous animators I would like to learn about, as we pretty well know highlights of Glen, Andreas, Mark and Eric's sequences. There were so many animators whose names basically are unknown and who were never highlighted in publicity. It is mostly to these animators that my blog is dedicated. But yes, we do need the later drafts, of course. Side note: from around Oliver & Co. the drafts were no longer kept on the same form sheets but generated by computer.

Friday, May 13, 2022 at 1:27:00 AM PDT  
Blogger KOSTAS says...

Thank you for answering Mr.Hans. I mentioned the Suupervising Animators, but every animator in their crews is important and delivered great scenes in the past years.
By the way, when i was a kid i saw a danish animated film about a little whale. Have you worked on that? Since then i haven't seen that film and i can't find it enywhere.
Please keep posting these treaures. Many people are waiting for!

Friday, May 13, 2022 at 1:26:00 PM PDT  
Blogger Hans Perk says...

KOSTAS, the film you refer to with the whales is called "Samson and Sally" and was directed by our colleague (at the time our competitor) Jannik Hastrup, released in 1984. I did not work on it, at the time we were working on the feature film Valhalla (rel. 1986). I did work on Jannik's "War of the Birds," rel. 1990, in which I animated the magpies...

Sunday, July 31, 2022 at 5:19:00 AM PDT  

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