2 wins & 3 nominations.
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(Short) (directing animator)
Alice in Wonderland
(directing animator) / (directing animator: "Tweedledee and Tweedledum", "Cheshire Cat", "Mad Hatter", "The March Hare", "The Walrus" - uncredited)
(animation supervisor - segment "The Pastoral Symphony")
(animation director) / (supervising animator: "Jiminy Cricket" - uncredited)
Author and illustrator of 1966 book, "Art Afterpieces", which parodies great paintings such as "Whistler's Mother" watching TV.
The Firehouse Five Plus Two | Firehouse Five Plus Two
Did You Know?
[on seeing Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs
(1937) with an audience] That moment when the Dwarfs remove their hats and get down on their knees and cry over Snow White. The biggest stars in Hollywood. You name it. They were all wiping tears from their eyes.
Nearly quit Disney after two elaborate sequences he worked on (one of them fully animated) were cut from the final film of Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs
(1937). He did, however, relent after he was given the coveted task of animating Jiminy Cricket in Pinocchio
Often animated the more humorous and occasionally cartoony characters such as The Mice in Cinderella