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Ken Anderson (I) (1909–1993)

Ken Anderson was born on March 17, 1909 as Kenneth Bliss Anderson. He is known for his work on Robin Hood (1973), The Jungle Book (1967) and Cinderella (1950). He died on December 13, 1993 in La Cañada Flintridge, California, USA. See full bio »

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 1984 DTV: Golden Oldies (Video) (layout artist)
 1984 DTV: Pop & Rock (Video) (layout artist)
 1984 DTV: Rock, Rhythm & Blues (Video) (layout artist)
 1977 Pete's Dragon (character designer - uncredited)
 1956-1958 Walt Disney's Wonderful World of Color (TV Series) (layout artist - 3 episodes)
- Magic and Music (1958) ... (layout artist)
- The Liberty Story (1957) ... (layout artist)
- Our Unsung Villains (1956) ... (layout artist)
 1955 Lady and the Tramp (layouts)
 1953 Peter Pan (layout artist)
 1951 Alice in Wonderland (color and styling)
 1947 Fun & Fancy Free (layout - uncredited)
 1946 Song of the South (cartoon art director - as Kenneth Anderson)
 1943 Pedro (Short) (layout artist)
 1942 Saludos Amigos (Short) (backgrounds)
 1935 Three Orphan Kittens (Short) (animator)
 1934 The Goddess of Spring (Short) (layout artist - uncredited)
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[speaking about his last conversation with Walt Disney] He came into my office and was so glad and grateful to see him and I said, 'Gosh it's good to see you Walt' and he said, 'Ken it's sure good to be here'. And then he looked at me penetratingly with his eyes. He didn't say anything but I could tell he was forgiving me for that thing I had done on 101 Dalmatians (1961). That was it. The next ... See more »

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