sabato 3 dicembre 2011

Puppy Love (1933)

Puppy Love (1933) 
original production animation drawing
pencil on untrimmed animation sheet, image size: 4" x 3.5"
This original final animation drawing of Mickey Mouse was created by a Disney Studio animator in production of the animated cartoon directed by Wilfred Jackson, and a cel painting was made directly from it. Dick Lundy animated this scene of Mickey playing the piano to accompany Minnie singing the title song, a jazzy tune that likely was composed for the cartoon.
Mr. Lundy joined the Disney Studio in 1929 and within a year became an animator. He handled scenes for the shorts of the 1930s and was credited for animation on Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs (1937). In 1939 he became a director, and his first carton wasSea Scouts. He directed a number of Donald Duck cartoons from then into 1943 (his last was The Flying Jalopy) when he left to work at the Walter Lantz Studio and, later, M-G-M. The animator wrote "Scene 16" below the image to indicate this original's place in the film; "488" is written at lower right to mark the drawing's place in the scene. 

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