Who is the illustrator for the animated version of Alice in Wonderland?
Does anybody know who the illustrator was for the 1951 animated adaption of the film?
- 1 decade agoFavorite Answer
Layout: Mclaren Stewart; Tom Codrick; Charles Philippi; A. Kendall O`Connor; Hugh Hennesy; Don Griffith; Thor Putnam; Lance Nolley
Color and Styling: Mary Blair; John Hench; Ken Anderson; Claude Coats; Don DaGradi
Backgrounds: Ray Huffine; Art Riley; Dick Anthony; Ralph Hulett; Brice Mack; Thelma Witmer
Directing Animators: Milt Kahl; Ward Kimball; Frank Thomas; Eric Larson; John Lounsbery; Oliver M. Johnston Jr.; Wolfgang Reitherman; Marc Davis; Les Clark; Norman Ferguson
Character Animators: Hal King; Judge Whitaker; Hal Ambro; Bill Justice; Phil Duncan; Bob Carlson; Don Lusk; Cliff Nordberg; Harvey Toombs; Fred Moore; Marvin Woodward; Hugh Fraser; Charles A. Nichols
Effects Animators: Josh Meador; Dan MacManus; George Rowley; Blaine Gibson
- redunicornLv 71 decade ago
"Made under the supervision of Walt Disney himself, this film and its animation are often regarded as some of the finest work in Disney studio history, despite the lackluster, even hostile, reviews it originally received, especially in the United Kingdom."
" group that today reads like a who's who of American animation legends, including Ub Iwerks, Rudolph Ising, Isadore "Friz" Freleng, and Hugh Harman"
- 1 decade ago
Animated movies aren't typically made by one person alone. They're typically worked on by a group of animators. Walt Disney was in charge of the whole thing, though. It was his movie. One name that stuck out to me was Bill Peet, a picture book author who used to work for Walt.