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Also Known As: Died: February 22, 2002
Born: September 21, 1912 Cause of Death: congestive heart failure
Birth Place: Spokane, Washington, USA Profession: Director ...
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Director (feature film)

1.
Another Froggy Evening (1995) as Director
A follow-up to Jone's 1955 cartoon "One Froggy Evening" about a frog with a talent for singing.
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Chariots of Fur (1994) as Director
Roadrunner and Wile E. Coyote face off.
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Daffy Duck's Quackbusters (1988) as Sequences Director
A mixture of classics and new animation with the traditional Warner Bros favorites.
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Porky Pig in Hollywood (1986) as Director
Different aspects of the famed pig's personality are seen in this compilation of Porky Pig cartoons. In addition to his usual fall-guy image, he is sometimes interpreted as boyish, romantic, and daydreaming by his directors Tex Avery, Friz Freleng, Bob Clampett, Frank Tashlin and Chuck Jones.
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Uncensored Cartoons (1981) as Director
A compilation of cartoons with openly racist caricatures of African Americans, and the nationalities making up the Axis powers of World War II are shown.
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Bugs Bunny/Road Runner Movie, The (1979) as Director
A retired Bugs Bunny introduces several Warner Bros. cartoons from his luxurious, carrot-filled home in Beverly Hills.
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The Phantom Tollbooth (1970) as Director
A bored boy enters a fantasy world where letters and numbers are at war.
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Duck Amuck (1953) as Director
Daffy Duck battles his own animators when he finally realizes who's really running the show.
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Dover Boys (1941)
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Wild Hare (1940) as Director
The debut vehicle for the classic cartoon duo Bugs Bunny and Elmer Fudd.

Cast (feature film)

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Hand Behind the Mouse: The Ub Iwerks Story, The (1999)
A look at the life of animation innovator Ub Iwerks, creator of the Mickey Mouse character. Iwerks' contribution to the history of animation and film is examined through interviews with fellow animators Chuck Jones and film historian Leonard Maltin. Born to a poor family in Kansas City, Iwerks met c
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Warner Bros: No Guts, No Glory -- 75 Years Of Laughter (1998) as Interviewee
Documentary focusing on Warner Bros. classic comedies, including interviews and clips from many of its films.
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Dr. Seuss' How the Grinch Stole Christmas: Special Edition (1995) as Interviewee
Phil Hartman looks at the classic about the evil Mr. Grinch.
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Magical World of Chuck Jones, The (1992) as Himself
Homage to animator Chuck Jones.
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What's up Doc?: A Salute to Bugs Bunny (1990)
A compilation of cartoon clips featuring Bugs Bunny, as well as interviews with members of the Warner Bros. team that created the scwewy wabbit. Also includes ten full-length Bugs Bunny cartoons which represent various stages of the character's development.
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Innerspace (1987) as Supermarket Customer
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Gremlins (1984) as Mr Jones
A wholesome, All-American town is turned upside-down, when "gremlins"--some impish little creatures--are accidentally unleashed and wreck havoc.

Writer (feature film)

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Chariots of Fur (1994) as From Story
Roadrunner and Wile E. Coyote face off.
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Chariots of Fur (1994) as Screenwriter
Roadrunner and Wile E. Coyote face off.
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Gremlins 2: The New Batch (1990) as Animation Writing
Chaos results when a developer levels the building which housed a purveyor of Gremlins.
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Bugs Bunny/Road Runner Movie, The (1979) as Screenwriter
A retired Bugs Bunny introduces several Warner Bros. cartoons from his luxurious, carrot-filled home in Beverly Hills.
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The Phantom Tollbooth (1970) as Screenwriter
A bored boy enters a fantasy world where letters and numbers are at war.
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Gay Purr-ee (1962) as Screenwriter
Animated musical in which a French country cat becomes entranced with Parisian city life.

Producer (feature film)

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Chariots of Fur (1994) as Producer
Roadrunner and Wile E. Coyote face off.
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Bugs Bunny/Road Runner Movie, The (1979) as Producer
A retired Bugs Bunny introduces several Warner Bros. cartoons from his luxurious, carrot-filled home in Beverly Hills.

Animation (feature film)

27.
Mrs. Doubtfire (1993) as Animation
An out of work voice-over actor and his wife get divorced, with the wife gaining custody of the three children. Unhappy with the alotted time given him to spend with the kids, the father dresses up as an old lady and gets a job as the kids' nanny.
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Stay Tuned (1992) as Animation Director ("Robocat")
A married couple are transported into their TV set and must survive in different shows.
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Gremlins 2: The New Batch (1990) as Animation Director (Bugs Bunny And Daffy Duck)
Chaos results when a developer levels the building which housed a purveyor of Gremlins.
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What's up Doc?: A Salute to Bugs Bunny (1990) as Animation Director
A compilation of cartoon clips featuring Bugs Bunny, as well as interviews with members of the Warner Bros. team that created the scwewy wabbit. Also includes ten full-length Bugs Bunny cartoons which represent various stages of the character's development.
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Who Framed Roger Rabbit (1988) as Animation Consultant
A tough detective tries to clear a cartoon character charged with murder.
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Bugs Bunny's 1001 Rabbit Tales (1982) as Animator
While book salesman Bugs Bunny is competing against Daffy Duck to see who can sell the most copies of a children's book, the bunny winds up in castle of Yosemite Sam. Sam has a harem, and a bratty son named Prince Abalaba. Taken prisoner, Bugs gets the job of reading stories to the prince, and child
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Looney, Looney, Looney Bugs Bunny Movie (1981) as Animator
In this cartoon compilation, Yosemite Sam makes a deal with the devil to send Bugs Bunny to hell; Daffy and Tweety deal with some bird-napping gangsters; and Bugs causes havoc during the glamorous Oswald Awards.
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Bugs Bunny Superstar (1975) as Animator
This anthology/documentary about 1940s Looney Tunes/Merry Melodies cartoons includes: The Wild Hare (1940), My Favorite Duck (1942), A Corny Concerto (1943), What's Cookin' Doc? (1944), The Old Grey Hare (1944), Rhapsody Rabbit (1946), Walky Talky Hawky (1946), Hair-Raising Hare (1946), and I Taw a Putty Tat (1948). Also included are interviews with legendary Warner Bros. animation directors Friz Freleng, Tex Avery, and Bob Clampett.

Production Companies (feature film)

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The Phantom Tollbooth (1970) as Company
A bored boy enters a fantasy world where letters and numbers are at war.

Misc. Crew (feature film)

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Four Rooms (1995) as Creative Consultant
The city is Los Angeles. The date is New Year's Eve. And the place is the Mon Signor Hotel, a once-grand, now faded old landmark where a dozen of the most unusual guests ever are about to check in... and a lone bellhop named Ted, on his first day on the job, is in for the wildest night of his life!

Director (special)

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Happy Birthday, Bugs: 50 Looney Years (1990) as Segment Director (Classic Warner Bros Animation)
A special celebrating the fiftieth birthday of cartoon character Bugs Bunny. Also included is a tribute to the late Mel Blanc, the creator of Bugs' voice.
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Bugs Bunny's Valentine Special (1979) as Director
Bugs Bunny is smitten with romance when shot with an arrow by Cupid (played by Elmer Fudd). Problems arise when Bugs falls head over heels with an electric rabbit at the dog track.
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Raggedy Ann and Andy in the Pumpkin Who Couldn't Smile (1979) as Director
An animated television special. Come-to-life ragdolls Raggedy Ann and Andy bring joy to a pumpkin who has never experienced happiness.
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Bugs Bunny in Space (1977) as Director
A compilation of scenes from various Bugs Bunny adventures, all having something to do with outer space.
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Bugs Bunny's Easter Special (1977) as Director
The story finds Bugs desperately seeking to find a replacement for the Easter Bunny, who is bedridden with a cold and unable to make his perennial Easter morning rounds.
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Yankee Doodle Cricket (1975) as Director
An animated special in which one Chester C. Cricket and his pals, Harry the Cat and Tucker the Mouse, recall their ancestors' contributions to America's struggle for independence during the Revolutionary War.
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Rikki-Tikki-Tavi (1975) as Director
Rikki is a young mongoose who is adopted by a human family after nearly drowning in the river. He returns the favour by protecting them from two murderous cobra.
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Cricket in Times Square, The (1973) as Director
The story of Chester C. Cricket, a Connecticut cricket who possesses the ability to make any tune sound like a violin solo. Concerns his adventures as he travels to New York and becomes a star on Broadway.

Cast (special)

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Walt: The Man Behind the Myth (2001) as Interviewee
Documentary profile of Walt Disney to commemorate the 100th anniversary of his birth in 2001. The program reveals the story of many Disney innovations, including the first Disney cartoon with sound ("Steamboat Willie"), the first cartoon in color ("Flowers and Trees"), and the story behind the mammo
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75 Years of Laughter (1998) as Interviewee
Documentary focusing on Warner Bros. classic comedies, including interviews and clips from many of its films.
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Cartoons Go to War (1995) as Interviewee
Examination of the U.S. government-produced animated cartoons used to generate support for World War II among the public and to train the troops. Includes interviews with those who were directly involved in the war animation effort.
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Creative Spirit, The (1992)
A four-part series focusing on how people around the world use their creativity to make everyday life more productive and enjoyable.
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Roger Rabbit & the Secrets of Toontown (1988)
A special providing a behind-the-scenes look at the making of the feature film "Who Framed Roger Rabbit?" The documentary also examines today's most advanced cinematic special effects.
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Bugs Bunny/Looney Tunes All-Star 50th Anniversary (1986)
A special that highlights Warner Brother's half-century contribution to animated art. Included among the "guest stars" are familiar animated characters such as Bugs Bunny himself, Daffy Duck, Elmer Fudd, Porky Pig, the Roadrunner, Yosemite Sam, and Tweety Bird. Comments by live guest stars are inter

Writer (special)

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Raggedy Ann and Andy in the Pumpkin Who Couldn't Smile (1979) as Writer
An animated television special. Come-to-life ragdolls Raggedy Ann and Andy bring joy to a pumpkin who has never experienced happiness.
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Rikki-Tikki-Tavi (1975) as Writer
Rikki is a young mongoose who is adopted by a human family after nearly drowning in the river. He returns the favour by protecting them from two murderous cobra.
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Yankee Doodle Cricket (1975) as Writer
An animated special in which one Chester C. Cricket and his pals, Harry the Cat and Tucker the Mouse, recall their ancestors' contributions to America's struggle for independence during the Revolutionary War.
54.
Cricket in Times Square, The (1973) as Writer
The story of Chester C. Cricket, a Connecticut cricket who possesses the ability to make any tune sound like a violin solo. Concerns his adventures as he travels to New York and becomes a star on Broadway.

Producer (special)

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Peter and the Wolf (1995) as Executive Consultant
Animated retelling of the children's classic about a spunky young boy, Peter, and his struggle to outwit a mighty wolf.
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Raggedy Ann and Andy in the Pumpkin Who Couldn't Smile (1979) as Producer
An animated television special. Come-to-life ragdolls Raggedy Ann and Andy bring joy to a pumpkin who has never experienced happiness.
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Rikki-Tikki-Tavi (1975) as Producer
Rikki is a young mongoose who is adopted by a human family after nearly drowning in the river. He returns the favour by protecting them from two murderous cobra.
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Yankee Doodle Cricket (1975) as Producer
An animated special in which one Chester C. Cricket and his pals, Harry the Cat and Tucker the Mouse, recall their ancestors' contributions to America's struggle for independence during the Revolutionary War.
59.
Cricket in Times Square, The (1973) as Producer
The story of Chester C. Cricket, a Connecticut cricket who possesses the ability to make any tune sound like a violin solo. Concerns his adventures as he travels to New York and becomes a star on Broadway.

Animation (special)

60.
Peter and the Wolf (1995) as Animated Character Designer
Animated retelling of the children's classic about a spunky young boy, Peter, and his struggle to outwit a mighty wolf.
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Bugs Bunny/Looney Tunes All-Star 50th Anniversary (1986) as Original Animation Director
A special that highlights Warner Brother's half-century contribution to animated art. Included among the "guest stars" are familiar animated characters such as Bugs Bunny himself, Daffy Duck, Elmer Fudd, Porky Pig, the Roadrunner, Yosemite Sam, and Tweety Bird. Comments by live guest stars are inter
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Bugs Bunny's Valentine Special (1979) as Animation Director
Bugs Bunny is smitten with romance when shot with an arrow by Cupid (played by Elmer Fudd). Problems arise when Bugs falls head over heels with an electric rabbit at the dog track.

Visual Effects (special)

63.
Peter and the Wolf (1995) as Animated Character Creator
Animated retelling of the children's classic about a spunky young boy, Peter, and his struggle to outwit a mighty wolf.

Misc. Crew (special)

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Chipmunk's Christmas, The (1982) as Creative Consultant
The story follows Alvin, leader of the Chipmunks, as he tries to help a seriously-ill boy enjoy the Christmas holidays.

Director (special)

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Dog Tired (1967)
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The Bear that Wasn't (1967)
In this animated short, a bear wakes from hibernation to find himself in an industrial complex.
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The Dot and the Line (1965)
In this animated short, a straight line tries to woo a dot.
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Dog Daze (1962)
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What's Opera, Doc? (1957) as Director
The entire four operas of Wagner's "Der Rin des Nibelungen" are boiled down to six minutes as a curiously ennobled Elmer Fudd hunts "wabbits" in a surreal landscape.
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Sahara Hare (1955)
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One Froggy Evening (1955) as Director
A stubborn singing frog is rescued from a demolition site by a construction worker who believes he will become rich as the frog's impressario.
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Cellbound (1955)
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Touche, Pussycat (1954)
Musketeer Jerry's old friend, Fran├žois Mouse, sends his son for training. But when Jerry has to save the tyke from a run-in with Tom, the little one is sent packing until he manages to save Jerry.
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Billy Boy (1954)
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Heir Bear (1953)
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Chump Champ (1950)
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Out Foxed (1949)
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Rabbit Hood (1949)
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Haredevil Hare (1948)
The first rabbit in space foils a Martian's plans to invade the Earth.
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Lucky Ducky (1948)
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Slick Hare (1947)
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Tweetie Pie (1947)
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Hobo Bobo (1947)
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Scent-imental Over You (1947)
Stealing a skunk's pelt wins a Mexican hairless an unwanted suitor.
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Book Revue (1946)
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Wagon Heels (1945)
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Hare Tonic (1945)
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Plane Daffy (1944)
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Hare Force (1944)
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Angel Puss (1944)
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War Dogs (1943)
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Fresh Hare (1942)
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Blitz Wolf (1942)
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Dover Boys (1942)
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Wild Honey (1942)
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Aloha Hooey (1942)
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Fox Pop (1942)
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Bug Parade (1941)
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Toy Trouble (1941)
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Elmer's Candid Camera (1940)
A photographer's nature shots are compromised by a rascally rabbit.
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Busy Bakers (1940)
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Old Glory (1939)
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Fresh Fish (1939)
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Prest-O, Change-O (1939)
Two puppies run afoul of a magician's rabbit in a haunted house.
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Sioux Me (1939)
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Art Gallery (1939)
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Sniffles and the Bookworm (1939)
Literary characters in a bookstore serenade a mouse after hours.
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What a Lion (1938)
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Old Smokey (1938)
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The Night Watchman (1938)
A kitten replaces his father as night watchman.
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Pipe Dreams (1938)
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Blue Monday (1938)
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Sweet Sioux (1937)
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Bottles (1936)
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Little Beau Porky (1936)
Porky Pig is a camel scrubber in the French Foreign Legion who takes on the evil Ali Mode and Arab minions and winds up an unexpected hero.
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Miss Glory (1936)
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To Spring (1936)
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Country Boy (1935)
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Honeyland (1935)
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Old Pioneer (1934)
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Pagan Moon (1932)
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Goopy Geer (1932)
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Cracked Ice (1927)
Comedy ensues as a group of animals hit the ice skating rink.

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Nelly's Folly (1961) as Producer
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Beep Prepared (1961) as Producer

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Nelly's Folly (1961) as Animator
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Beep Prepared (1961) as Animator

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