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Eustace Lycett (1914–2006)

Eustace Lycett was born on December 21, 1914 in Stoke-on-Trent, Staffordshire, England as Eustace Arden Lycett. He is known for his work on Mary Poppins (1964), Pete's Dragon (1977) and Bedknobs and Broomsticks (1971). He was married to Mary Ethel Lycett. He died on November 16, 2006 in Fullerton, California, USA. See full bio »

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Known For

Mary Poppins
Mary Poppins Special Effects
Pete's Dragon
Pete's Dragon Special Effects
Bedknobs and Broomsticks
Bedknobs and Broomsticks Special Effects
Sleeping Beauty
Sleeping Beauty Visual Effects


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 1980 The Last Flight of Noah's Ark (special effects)
 1979 The North Avenue Irregulars (special effects)
 1978 Hot Lead and Cold Feet (special effects)
 1978 The Cat from Outer Space (special effects)
 1958-1978 Walt Disney's Wonderful World of Color (TV Series) (special effects - 14 episodes)
- Child of Glass (1978) ... (special effects)
- My Dog, the Thief: Part 2 (1969) ... (special effects)
- My Dog, the Thief: Part 1 (1969) ... (special effects)
- Man on Wheels (1967) ... (special effects)
- A Ranger's Guide to Nature (1966) ... (special effects)
 1978 Return from Witch Mountain (special effects)
 1977 Pete's Dragon (special effects)
 1977 Herbie Goes to Monte Carlo (special effects)
 1976 Freaky Friday (special effects)
 1976 The Shaggy D.A. (special effects)
 1976 Gus (special effects)
 1976 Treasure of Matecumbe (special effects)
 1976 No Deposit, No Return (special effects)
 1974 Herbie Rides Again (special effects)
 1973 Charley and the Angel (special effects)
 1973 The World's Greatest Athlete (special effects)
 1972 Snowball Express (special effects)
 1972 Now You See Him, Now You Don't (special effects)
 1971 Bedknobs and Broomsticks (special effects)
 1970 The Boatniks (special effects)
 1969 Rascal (special effects)
 1968 Never a Dull Moment (special effects)
 1968 Blackbeard's Ghost (special effects)
 1967 The Happiest Millionaire (special effects)
 1967 The Gnome-Mobile (special effects)
 1967 Scrooge McDuck and Money (Short) (special effects)
 1967 The Adventures of Bullwhip Griffin (special effects)
 1966 Follow Me, Boys! (special effects)
 1966 Lt. Robin Crusoe, U.S.N. (special effects)
 1966 The Ugly Dachshund (special effects)
 1965 That Darn Cat! (special effects)
 1965 The Monkey's Uncle (special effects)
 1965 Those Calloways (special effects)
 1964 Mary Poppins (special effects)
 1963 Summer Magic (special effects)
 1963 Savage Sam (special effects)
 1963 Son of Flubber (special effects)
 1962 Bon Voyage! (special effects)
 1962 Moon Pilot (special effects)
 1961 Babes in Toyland (special effects)
 1961 Donald and the Wheel (Short) (special effects)
 1961 The Absent Minded Professor (special effects)
 1957 Cosmic Capers (Documentary short) (special effects)
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He helped create the attraction "Great Moments with Mr Lincoln" at the 1964 World's Fair, as well as the Disneyland version. He also worked on Disneyland's "Rocket to the Moon" attraction. See more »

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