The Black Cauldron
(animation director - uncredited) / (character designer - uncredited)
Alice in Wonderland
(directing animator) / (directing animator: "Alice in croquet party", "Dodo" - uncredited)
Song of the South
(directing animator: "Br'er Rabbit", "Br'er Bear" and "Br'er Fox": "Br'er Rabbit and the Tar Baby")
(supervising animator - as Milton Kahl) / (supervising animator: "Great Prince of the Forest" - uncredited)
(animation director - as Milton Kahl) / (animator: "Jiminy Cricket" and "Pinocchio as a real boy" - uncredited)
(Short) (animator - uncredited)
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Did You Know?
You can do anything you want with animals because we're doing animals doing things that animals don't do. People aren't used to watching animals do this stuff and so they're not critical but they're used to watching people move around, talk and do everything and so they become very critical of them.
Was very critical and precise about his work, that when it came to him drawing something he didn't feel was at his full potential, he took it into his office, attached it to the wall, took out a gun, and shot the drawing.
Due to his expert draftsmanship he was often tasked with animating human characters