Monday, December 28, 2015

Animation Guild - Golden Awards Interviews #3

Once more Harvey Deneroff takes us back to the 1980s and short talks with animation veterans Tom Baron (who began his career with Leon Schlesinger in 1933) and and Dick Hall (who got into the cartoon biz three years earlier).


Like many fifty-year veterans in the business, Mr. Baron had a string of credits longer than King Kong's arms.

Harvey points out that both men worked both in the realm of screen cartoons and comic books, simply because comic books paid as well or better than screen work through a long stretch of animation history.


Mr. Hall, similar to Tom Baron, had a long work resume over the course of five-plus decades in the business.


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