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Tag Archives: Magazine
1931 Disney Staff Caricatures & Profiles – pt 8
In this, the final installment of snippets from the June 20, 1931 issue of Motion Picture Daily, I had to composite some various images together to doctor a complete caricature of Walt and Frank Churchill. Enjoy this glimpse at Walt … Continue reading
1931 Disney Staff Caricatures & Profiles – pt 7
Now, here are some people who worked especially closely with Walt: Carolyn Shafer knows Mickey a little too personally, Dick Lundy is a jack of all trades, and Wilfred Jackson is staying out of trouble.
1931 Disney Staff Caricatures & Profiles – pt 6
Almost at the end now, folks! But first – Bill Garity is an ethnic stereotype, Earl Duvall plays dirty politics, and Emil Flohri belongs in a museum!
Posted in 1932-1941: Disney Glory Days, Disney, Illustration, politics Tagged Bill Garity, Earl Duvall, Emil Flohri, Magazine, Motion Picture Daily Leave a comment
1931 Disney Staff Caricatures & Profiles – pt 5
Here in the continued auto-bios of the Disney staffers, Bert Lewis lists his creds, Floy Gottfredson touts his own good looks, and Burt Gillett name-drops.
1931 Disney Staff Caricatures & Profiles – pt 4
Next up in the cavalcade of 1931 Disney staffers: Tom Palmer can’t pronounce “black sheep”; Bill Cottrell fled for his freedom; and Rudy Zamora s your drug pusher.
1931 Disney Staff Caricatures & Profiles – pt 3
Next up from Motion Picture Daily: Jack Cutting recognizes his nanny, Norm Ferguson pays homage to his New York roots, and Ben Sharpsteen shrugs his way through success.
1931 Disney Staff Caricatures & Profiles – pt 2
Johnny Cannon loves sex, Hazell Sewell makes no bones about her job, and Frenchy de Tremaudan self-depricates.
1931 Disney Staff Caricatures & Profiles – pt 1
Half by accident, half by definite purpose, I stumbled upon an auction of Disney memorabilia and in it was included a page of a magazine called Motion Picture Daily. It had caricatures of Disney staffers from the early ’30s. After … Continue reading