Today’s interviews from the 1987 Golden Awards Banquet feature two more women from Disney’s Ink and Paint Department, Grace Bianca Godino and Betty Anne Guenther, who both began there in…
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Lawrence Walter Silverman and Jacob “Jake” Ozarkawitz were both journeymen animators with long careers, though little seems to have been written about them. Here’s my chat with both of them.
Paul John Fennell is certainly no stranger to Cartoon Research readers. A veteran of Disney, Iwerks, Warner Bros., Fleischer Studios – not to mention his Cartoon Films Ltd – and later at Hanna Barbera and Filmation.
Both Charles Couch and Robert Bentley were journeymen animation artists whose works and/or careers have attracted, at best, only modest attention. Here are my video encounters with each.
Ed Rehberg’s career in animation rests on a fairly long list of credits as a journeyman animator and director. However, his place in animation history is assured for his role in the 1947 Terrytoons strike – and his work on early TV commercials.