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Rich Hogan (I) (1913–1981)

Rich Hogan was born on June 7, 1913 in Buffalo, New York, USA as Richard Adams Hogan. He was a writer, known for A Wild Hare (1940), Blitz Wolf (1942) and Magical Maestro (1952). He died on January 28, 1981 in Los Angeles, California, USA. See full bio »

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Known For

A Wild Hare
A Wild Hare Writer
Blitz Wolf
Blitz Wolf Writer
Magical Maestro
Bad Luck Blackie


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 1957 Cat's Meow (Short) (story)
 1956 Millionaire Droopy (Short) (story)
 1952 Rock-a-Bye Bear (Short) (story)
 1952 One Cab's Family (Short) (story)
 1952 Magical Maestro (Short) (story)
 1951 Droopy's Double Trouble (Short)
 1951 Car of Tomorrow (Short) (story)
 1951 Symphony in Slang (Short) (story)
 1951 Droopy's Good Deed (Short) (story)
 1951 Daredevil Droopy (Short) (story)
 1951 Cock-a-Doodle Dog (Short) (story)
 1950 The Peachy Cobbler (Short) (story)
 1950 The Chump Champ (Short) (story)
 1950 Garden Gopher (Short) (story)
 1950 The Cuckoo Clock (Short) (story)
 1950 Ventriloquist Cat (Short) (story)
 1949 The Counterfeit Cat (Short) (story)
 1949 Out-Foxed (Short) (story)
 1949 Little Rural Riding Hood (Short) (story)
 1949 Wags to Riches (Short) (writer)
 1949 Doggone Tired (Short) (story)
 1949 The House of Tomorrow (Short) (story)
 1949 Señor Droopy (Short) (story)
 1949 Bad Luck Blackie (Short) (story)
 1948 Lucky Ducky (Short) (story)
 1943 One Ham's Family (Short) (story)
 1942 The Early Bird Dood It! (Short) (story)
 1942 Blitz Wolf (Short) (story)
 1941 The Brave Little Bat (Short)
 1941 Snow Time for Comedy (Short) (story)
 1941 Inki and the Lion (Short) (story)
 1941 Porky's Prize Pony (Short) (story)
 1941 Porky's Ant (Short)
 1941 Toy Trouble (Short) (story)
 1941 Joe Glow, the Firefly (Short)
 1941 The Crackpot Quail (Short)
 1941 Sniffles Bells the Cat (Short)
 1941 Elmer's Pet Rabbit (Short) (story)
 1940 Bedtime for Sniffles (Short) (story)
 1940 Good Night Elmer (Short) (story)
 1940 Stage Fright (Short)
 1940 A Wild Hare (Short) (story)
 1940 Tom Thumb in Trouble (Short) (story)
 1940 Cross Country Detours (Short) (story)
 1940 Elmer's Candid Camera (Short) (story)
 1939 Sniffles and the Bookworm (Short) (story)
 1939 Little Brother Rat (Short) (story)
 1939 Dangerous Dan McFoo (Short) (writer)
 1939 Naughty But Mice (Short) (story by)
 1939 Prest-O Change-O (Short) (uncredited)
 1939 Dog Gone Modern (Short) (uncredited)
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Cartoon story and gag writer, a former art school graduate who became noted for his collaboration with Tex Avery at Warner Brothers and MGM. Hogan's father was a customer service manager for Buffalo General Electric Co..

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