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Earl Duvall (1898–1969)

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Worked on cartoons for newspapers like the New York World, Washington Times and Washington Post, before becoming a gag man and layout artist for Walt Disney's animation department in 1930. Left Disney for Warner Brothers in 1933.

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Known For

Buddy's Beer Garden
(1933)
Buddy's Show Boat
(1933)
Buddy's Garage
Buddy's Garage Director
(1934)

Filmography

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 1934 Buddy's Garage (Short)
 1934 Honeymoon Hotel (Short) (uncredited)
 1933 Sittin' on a Backyard Fence (Short) (as Earl Duval)
 1933 Buddy's Show Boat (Short) (as Earl Duval)
 1933 Buddy's Beer Garden (Short) (as Earl Duval)
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 1934 Honeymoon Hotel (Short) (supervisor)
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Worked on cartoons for newspapers like the New York World, Washington Times and Washington Post, before becoming a gag man and layout artist for Walt Disney's animation department in 1930. Left Disney for Warner Brothers in 1933.

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