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Retta Scott (1916–1990)


Posthumously named a Disney Legend. See more trivia »

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Bambi Animation Department
The Plague Dogs
The Plague Dogs Animation Department
Dumbo Animation Department
Fantasia Animation Department


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 1982 The Plague Dogs (animator)
 1949 The Adventures of Ichabod and Mr. Toad (animator - uncredited)
 1949 The Wind in the Willows (Short) (animator - uncredited)
 1946 The Story of Menstruation (Short documentary) (animator - uncredited)
 1945 Tuberculosis (Documentary short) (background artist - uncredited)
 1942 Bambi (animator)
 1942 Donald Gets Drafted (Short) (animator - uncredited)
 1942 Donald's Snow Fight (Short) (animator - uncredited)
 1941 Dumbo (animator - uncredited)
 1940 Fantasia (animator - uncredited)
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 1945 Tuberculosis (Documentary short) (additional story - uncredited)

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Rhetta Scott is historically an important person because she was Disney's first female animator. She was hired because only she had the skills & talent to animate the vicious dogpack chase scene for 'Bambi.' The dogs needed to be frighteningly realistic. Marc Davis is quoted in his "The Making of Bambi" book that "no one matched her ability" in drawing animals from all angles. See more »

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