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Re: Re: Re: Animation Work Questions
Submitted by Dave Bennett <email@example.com> on 13/Jun/2009 in reply to Re: Re: Animation Work Questions posted by Chuck Fiala on 11/Jun/2009
Hi Chuck -------
I used to ask Jack about specific scenes he had done all the time . . . and, as was understandable after doing 9000 pages of comic book work in the intervening years, he just couldn't remember - for the most part - specific scenes that he had done at Warner Bros.
The big exception - one he often referred to because it was done for Chuck Jones, apparently, who really liked it - was a closing scene in a Tweety and Sylvester short where Sylvester opens his lips to reveal Tweety inside "jail bars'' formed by his teeth. You would know better than I what short that might be.
He also mentioned working on that 'Bugs and the Beanstalk' take-off, that I believe was released in 3D.
Joel is right about those revolving credits at Warner Bros. -- I believe his first screen credit was on a Tex Avery cartoon ('Meatless Flyday'??) with a big laughing spider in it . . . . with which he had absolutely no connection!
I'm glad you found this terrific site that Joel created!
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