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Richard Rich is a director and producer, known for The Black Cauldron (1985), The Fox and the Hound (1981) and The Swan Princess (1994). See full bio »

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(1985)
(1981)
(1994)
(1987-1992)

Filmography

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 2012 Before the Light (Short)
 1991-2005 Animated Hero Classics (TV Series) (20 episodes)
- Beethoven (2005)
- Marie Curie (1997)
- Marco Polo (1997)
- Galileo (1997)
 2000 The Scarecrow
 1999 The Lost Is Found (Video short)
 1997 The Greatest Is the Least (Video short)
 1992-1995 Animated Stories from the Bible (TV Series) (12 episodes)
- Joseph's Reunion (1995)
- Solomon (1995)
- Elisha (1994)
 1988 The Joseph Smith Story (Video short)
 1987 DTV Monster Hits (TV Movie) (original material)
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Some time after directing "The Black Cauldron," he left Disney and helped found his own studio, Rich Animation Studios. He directed literally dozens of 30-minute animated videos marketed to families. All of these were intended to teach positive ethical and spiritual values. Stories were taken from the Old Testament, the New Testament, the Book of Mormon, and the lives of historical figures such ... See more »

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