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#61 Posted : Sunday, August 5, 2018 10:26:13 AM(UTC)
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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Fv_akAoV90A

Real theatrical title is 'A Raisin and a Cake of Yeast'. Released on the 4th of February, 1923. I can only recognize a few key animators. List of animators by scenes, transitional scenes and static drawings, by pure guesswork:
Hugh Shields, ? [static drawing], Hugh Shields, Frank Moser, ?, Frank Moser?, ?, ?, ?, Frank Moser?, ?, Vet Anderson?, ?, John Foster, Vet Anderson?, Hugh Shields, Frank Moser, Frank Moser [static drawing], [transition], ?, ?, Frank Moser?, [transition], ?, ?, Frank Moser, ?, ?, ?, Jerry Shields?, Frank Moser?, ?, John Foster?, ?, [transition], Frank Moser.

? marks animators who I can't or exactly identify. Perhaps Milt Gross did animate this short; Norman Ferguson did not come until later, I believe, and perhaps Vet Anderson as well, so that may be another mistake on my part.
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#62 Posted : Friday, August 24, 2018 2:38:39 AM(UTC)
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The curtain sequences and most of the other extra animation in the 'Minnie's Yoo Hoo' reel are all done by the animator(s) who did the first few scenes in 'Fiddling Around', where Mickey walks to the stage, drops on the floor and prepares his fiddle.

In fact, several backgrounds are very similar to those used in 'Fiddling Around', and the reel is early enough in the Columbia era to where the end card still uses the prototype Mickey and Minnie designs and the "A Walt Disney Comic" byline.

Does anyone know said animator(s)? My knowledge on Disney material is not extensive.

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#63 Posted : Tuesday, September 11, 2018 5:05:32 AM(UTC)
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Originally Posted by: kazblox Go to Quoted Post
Originally Posted by: OutOfOdor Go to Quoted Post
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Fv_akAoV90A

Real theatrical title is 'A Raisin and a Cake of Yeast'. Released on the 4th of February, 1923. I can only recognize a few key animators. List of animators by scenes, transitional scenes and static drawings, by pure guesswork:
Hugh Shields, ? [static drawing], Hugh Shields, Frank Moser, ?, Frank Moser?, ?, ?, ?, Frank Moser?, ?, Vet Anderson?, ?, John Foster, Vet Anderson?, Hugh Shields, Frank Moser, Frank Moser [static drawing], [transition], ?, ?, Frank Moser?, [transition], ?, ?, Frank Moser, ?, ?, ?, Jerry Shields?, Frank Moser?, ?, John Foster?, ?, [transition], Frank Moser.

? marks animators who I can't or exactly identify. Perhaps Milt Gross did animate this short; Norman Ferguson did not come until later, I believe, and perhaps Vet Anderson as well, so that may be another mistake on my part.


Thanks, kazblox!

By the way, does anyone here know who did what on "The Dover Boys"? I know, besides Bobe Cannon; Ken Harris and Rudy Larriva did work on that cartoon, but outside of one scene by Harris and Cannon each, not sure who did what scene.
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#64 Posted : Tuesday, September 11, 2018 8:52:08 AM(UTC)
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Here are a few scenes of Disney Renaissance features that I know the animators for:

The Little Mermaid: will Finn animated a few shots of Ariel and Sebastian during the "Under the Sea" number, when Sebastian bounces off Ariel's tail fin like a diving board.

Beauty and the Beast: James Baxter and Rick Farmiloe worked together on a scene at the end of the "Belle" opening, when the townsfolk stop singing and go along their way just as Belle turns her head back. Aaron Blaise did one scene of the Beast leaning into the camera ("Then he shouldn't have trespassed here!").

Aladdin: Tom Sito animated the scene of the Genie rolling up his "sleeves" as he turns Aladdin into Prince Ali ("...but we're not through yet! Hang onto your turban, kid!").
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