Cartoon Brew

  • . So far Alan has posted the documentaries about Frank Thomas, Marc Davis and Ward Kimball
  • . Even though the Kimball one is incomplete, it's my favorite of the bunch
  • . The two parts of the Kimball doc are below: June 24, 2006 Thief and the Cobbler: The Recobbled Cut Posted by AMID at Most readers of the Brew are no doubt familiar with the saga of and his legendary unfinished film, THE THIEF AND THE COBBLER, which he worked on for over thirty years

    EMuck - Invited Talk With Mary Kay Bergman
  • . Stay TOONed!" Gurgi says, "hippo birdie Veloso :)" Veloso exclaims, "Thanks, all!" Alice hands Veloso a Very Merry Birthday Cake! Ruphilus says, "Lesse, the target list includes June Foray, Ward Kimball..

    Big Bill Littlejohn
  • . Ward Kimball was
  • . It was the International Animation Film Society (ASIFA) which started the festivals in Annecy and Zagreb that inspired Bill with Ward Kimball and Les Goldman to form an ASIFA chapter in Hollywood, the hub of animated features, shorts and television series

    Dreamland Japan
  • . I personally accompanied him in the 1980s to Disney World in Florida, to the Disney animation studios in Burbank, California, and to the house of Disney animation luminary Ward Kimball

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    Acme Animation Art Gallery
  • . Studio Stores, Disney Art Classics, by Ward Kimball, Marc Davis, Frank Thomas, Ollie Johnston, Walt Disney, Disneyland, Chuck Jones, Friz Freleng, Bob Clampet, Robert McKimson, Virgil Ross, Max Fleischer, Milt Kahl and Eyvind Earle

    Roger Ebert on Movies
  • . Directing animators: Eric Larson, Milt Kahl, Frank Thomas, John Lounsbery, Wolfgang Reitherman, Ward Kimball, Ollie Johnston, Marc Davis, Les Clark and Norm Ferguson

    Kimball, Ward
    Trombonist and Walt Disney animator who died July 9, 2002 at the age of 88 in Arcadia, California. Famous for the dixieland jazz band Firehouse Five Plus Two.

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