1-2-3 Draw Pets and Farm Animals by Freddie Levin

By Freddie Levin

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But more than one person wondered who conceived the characters and the plot and directed the story. I was one, and, in addition, told it with such simplicity it will not confuse children—nor bore adults. ╯. ” At the time of Keavy’s article, Bill and Joe, who expected to direct six cartoons that year, were already hard at work on their fifth picture, Gallopin’ Gals. However, despite feeling assured of their positions as directors, a single phone call almost derailed their partnership from beginning in earnest.

R. Bray. He was hardly the same man when he arrived at MGM. In illhealth with a heart condition, he routinely joked that “Yeah, someday a waiter will find my head in the soup. ’” Gross suffered the same fate as Hershfield, not because of his heart but due to his increasing paranoia. Situated right next to Quimby’s office, Gross struggled to hear through the grillwork heat register what Quimby was saying about him. As a result, his return to animated cartoons was brief. His work on the Captain and the Kids series went largely uncredited.

As a result, during story meetings, Ising, always more concerned about how a character was drawn, would puff on a cigarette and draw out the process. Consequently, storyboarding a single cartoon took six months under his direction. The musical chairs at MGM’s cartoon studio created the golden opportunity both Bill and Joe had waited for. In late August 1939, Quimby put them in charge of a third cartoon unit, increasing the department’s annual output of musical cartons from 15 to 18 with the addition of their unit that was to function as a supplement to Harman and Ising’s two units.

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