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Adrian Ropp

Began his career in entertainment as a story artist in 1994 for the PC video game "Secrets of the Luxor", which found limited success in the U.S and high popularity in Germany and Japan. In 1996, he was hired to work on the theatrical animated musical, "The Princess and the Pea" as the assistant to director Mark Swan. At Swan Animation, he did ... See full bio »
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 2013 Disney Infinity (Video Game) (storyboard artist)
 2011 Cars 2: The Video Game (Video Game) (storyboard artist)
 2010 Toy Story 3: The Video Game (Video Game) (storyboard artist)
 2009 The Velveteen Rabbit (storyboard artist)
 2003 The Princess and the Pea Chronicles (TV Movie) (storyboard artist)
 2002 The Princess and the Pea (storyboard artist)
 2000 Message in a Cell Phone (storyboard artist: opening credits)
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 2013 Disney Infinity (Video Game)
 2011 Cars 2: The Video Game (Video Game) (story writer)
 2010 Toy Story 3: The Video Game (Video Game) (story department)
 2009 Bolt (Video Game) (story department)
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 2009 The Velveteen Rabbit (animation director)
 2003 The Princess and the Pea Chronicles (TV Movie) (assistant director)
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 2012 Unicorn City (thanks)

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