sabato 22 ottobre 2011

The Practical Pig (1939)

The Practical Pig (1939)
original production animation drawing
pencil on untrimmed animation sheet, image size: 4.75" x 3.25"
This original rough animation drawing of Practical Pig was created by Disney animator Larry Clemmons in development of a scene in the animated Three Little Pigs special cartoon directed by Dick Rickard. The Practical Pig was the fourth and last cartoon in the series pitting the Three Little Pigs against the Bid Bad Wolf. The Wolf, disguised as a mermaid, captures Fifer and Fiddler at the swimming hole, then sets off to ensnare Practical as well. Not fooled by the Wolf's delivery boy disguise, Practical puts him into his Lie Detector and in this scene asks the crucial question: "Where are my brothers?"
Animator and writer Larry Clemmons animated this scene, and this is undoubtedly one of his drawings; Mr. Clemens was at Disney's from the 1930s to the 1970s and received credit on films from The Reluctant Dragon (1941) through The Fox and the Hound (1981). The animator wrote the designation "110" at lower right to indicate this original's place in the scene.

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