Tag Archives: Walt Disney

In His Own Words:  Marc Davis
ANIMATION ANECDOTES
November 12, 2014 posted by Jim Korkis

In His Own Words: Marc Davis

Marc Davis was called by Walt his “Renaissance Man” because of his contributions in so many areas from animation to Imagineering. He joined the Disney Studios in 1935 as an…

Animation Anecdotes #185
ANIMATION ANECDOTES
October 24, 2014 posted by Jim Korkis

Animation Anecdotes #185

The Sherman Brothers Mousecar. Richard and Robert Sherman were presented with the unique “Mousecar” award on August 8, 1985 at the Hollywood Bowl as part of Disneyland’s 30th Anniversary concert…

Long-Overdue New Book Round-Up
Reviews
September 10, 2014 posted by Jerry Beck

Long-Overdue New Book Round-Up

A few months have gone by and its time once again to weed through the books piling up from various publishers. These are the good ones. First up, an anthology…

A Paul J. Smith Scrapbook
Animation History
June 4, 2014 posted by Jerry Beck

A Paul J. Smith Scrapbook

Who was “Paul J. Smith” (1906-1980)? He was a pioneering animator who started with Walt Disney on the Alice Comedies, then joined Harman-Ising on the Bosko Looney Tunes and Merrie…