IRVING DRESSLER

10.08.2014 19:12


Amazing Animators No. 17


IRVING DRESSLER


Irving S. Dressler nasce a New York il 6 ottobre 1912. Si traferisce poi con la famiglia a Patterson, nel New Jersey.

Entra nello studio di animazione dei fratelli Fleischer a Miami, Florida, nel 1939, come animatore e sceneggiatore per i cortometraggi di Popeye the  Sailor (Braccio di Ferro). Vive a Miami con la moglie Sylvia Sandra (1916-2010) e il figlio Robert (nato nel 1940). Si trasferisce poi ai Famous Animation Studios, continuando a lavorare come animatore e sceneggiatore ai cortometraggi di Popeye, Little Lulu e Casper dal 1942 fino al 1948 (eccetto il periodo 1944-1945 quando è nell'Esercito in India).

Tra il 1943 e il 1953 realizza storie a fumetti di animali buffi per i Sangor Studios (pubblicate da ACG, Better/Standard e Rural Home) e per le editrici ACE e DC Comics. Realizza inoltre delle storie di guerra per l'editrice St.John.

Lavora come sceneggiatore e animatore per lo studio Paramount dal 1959 al 1963 e dal 1965 al 1966, con periodi trascorsi presso Hal Seeger e Grantray-Lawrence nel 1964-65.

Risiede all'848 di Val Park Avenue a Valley Stream, New York, poi al 5163 di Cribari Knls. a San José, California, dove scompare il 24 luglio 2003. Riposa nel Los Gatos Memorial Park di San José.


Irving S. Dressler was born October 6, 1912 in New York. He then moved with his family to Patterson, New Jersey.

Dressler joined the Fleischer animation studio in Miami, Florida, in 1939 as an animator and story-man on Popeye the Sailor shorts. He lived in Miami with wife Sylvia Sandra (1916-2010) and son Robert (born 1940). He then moved to Famous Animation Studios, continuing to work as an animator and story-man on Popeye, Little Lulu, and Casper shorts from 1942 until 1948 (except for 1944-1945 when he
was in the Army in India).

From 1943-53 he created funny animal comics for the Sangor Studios (published by ACG, Better/Standard and Rural Home), and for ACE and DC
Comics. He also drew war stories for St.John Publishing.

Dressler worked as a writer and animator at the Paramount animation studio from 1959-63 and 1965-66, with stints at the Hal Seeger and Grantray-Lawrence studios in 1964-65.

He lived at 848 Val Park Avenue in Valley Stream, New York, then moved to 5163 Cribari Knls. in San Jose, California, where he passed
away on July 24, 2003. He is buried at Los Gatos Memorial Park, San Jose.


FILMOGRAFIA / FILMOGRAPHY

NOTE: All dates are day/month/year

Studio: FLEISCHER 1939-1942

Animatore e sceneggiatore / Animator and story

1940-1942 Popeye

Studio: FAMOUS 1942-1943/1945-1948

Sceneggiatore / Story

27/04/1945  Shape Ahoy (Popeye)

08/06/1945  For Better or Nurse (Popeye)

Animatore / Animator

24/01/1947  Musica-Lulu (Little Lulu)

24/03/1947  A Scout with the Gout (Little Lulu)

23/05/1947  Loose in a Caboose (Little Lulu)

18/07/1947  Cad and Caddy (Little Lulu)

30/10/1947  A Bout with a Trout (Little Lulu)

30/01/1948  The Dog Show-Off (Little Lulu)

13/05/1949  A-Haunting We Will Go (Noveltoon - Casper)

Studio: PARAMOUNT 1959-1963/1965-1966

Animatore / Animator

15/01/1960  The Boss Is Always Right (Jeepers and Creepers)

26/02/1960  Fiddle Faddle (Modern Madcap)

25/03/1960  From Dime to Dime (Modern Madcap)

00/05/1960  Silly Science (Noveltoon)

00/06/1960  Busy Buddies (Jeepers and Creepers)

1960-1961   Popeye the Sailor (TV Series - 21 episodes)

00/10/1961  Cane and Able (The Cat)

00/11/1961  Abner the Baseball

00/06/1962  Snuffy's Song (Comic Kings - Snuffy Smith)

00/06/1962  The Hat (Comic Kings - Snuffy Smith)

00/10/1962  Take Me to Your Gen'rul (Comic Kings - Snuffy Smith)

00/00/1963  Beetle Bailey (TV Series - 2 episodes)

1963-1964   Barney Google (TV Series - 9 episodes)

00/04/1966  Alter Egotist (Honey Halfwitch)

00/06/1967  Clean Sweep (Honey Halfwitch)

00/08/1967  High But Not Dry (Honey Halfwitch)

Sceneggiatore / Story

00/04/1960  Monkey Doodles (Noveltoon)

00/05/1960  Peck Your Own Home (Noveltoon)

00/07/1960  Electronica (Modern Madcap)

1961  Popeye the Sailor (TV Series - 2 episodes)

00/04/1961  The Mighty Termite (Modern Madcap)

00/04/1961  Goodie, the Gremlin (Noveltoon)

00/04/1961  Hound About That (Noveltoon)

00/07/1961  Trick or Tree (Noveltoon)

00/11/1962  It's for the Birdies (Noveltoon)

00/02/1963  Good Snooze Tonight (Noveltoon)

00/02/1963  Drum Up a Tenant (Modern Madcap)

00/04/1963  Trash Program (Modern Madcap)

00/10/1963  The Pig's Feat (Modern Madcap)

00/10/1963  Sour Gripes (Modern Madcap)

00/11/1963  Hiccup Hound (Noveltoon)

00/02/1964  Whiz Quiz Kid (Noveltoon)

00/02/1964  Goodie Good Deed (Noveltoon)

00/02/1966  From Nags to Witches (Honey Halfwitch)

00/02/1966  Space Kid (Noveltoon)


Studio: HAL SEEGER 1964-1965

Animatore / Animator

1965  Milton the Monster (TV Series - 7 episodes)

Studio: GRANTRAY-LAWRENCE 1965

1966  The Marvel Super Heroes (TV Series)

FUMETTOGRAFIA / COMICOGRAPHY

A) COMIC BOOKS

Editore / Publisher: AMERICAN COMICS GROUP (alias CRESTON, LA SALLE)

The Burn-em-up Boys - Giggle Comics #2 (11/43).

Copertina / Cover - Giggle Comics #12 (1943).

The Cottontail Twins - Ha Ha Comics #5 (02/1944).

Marty the Grease Monkey - Ha Ha Comics #3 (12/1943).

Red Rabbit - Ha Ha Comics #17 (02/1945).

Editore / Publisher: ACE MAGAZINES

Nutty Squirrel - US  Fun Time #4 (Winter 1953-1954).

Tavole con testo e illustrazioni / Text illustrations [Nutty Squirrel] - US  Fun Time #4 (Winter 1953-1954).


Editore / Publisher: DC COMICS (alias NATIONAL PERIODICAL PUBLICATIONS)

Nutsy Squirrel - Funny Folks #1-4, 7 (4-5/1946-4-5/1947).

Editore / Publisher: RURAL HOME

Bobby's Schooltime Blues - Laffy-Daffy Comics #2 (03/1945).

Copertine / Covers - Laffy-Daffy Comics #1, 2 (02-03/1945).


Editore / Publisher: STANDARD (alias BETTER, NEDOR)

Archie Pelican - Coo Coo Comics #13 (9/1944).

Charley Cat and Danny Dog - Barnyard Comics #4 (03/1945).

Copertina / Cover art - Coo Coo Comics #13 (9/1944).

Detective Dan and Botzo - (1943).

High Voltage Neal - (1943).

The Horse Hunter - Goofy Comics #9 (05/1945).

Hunky and Bunky - (1944).

Kenny - Coo Coo Comics #3-5 (02-05/1943).

Sonny Squirrrel - Coo Coo Comics #16 (03/1945).

Waldo the Weasel - Coo Coo Comics #10 (3/1944).


Editore / Publisher:  ST. JOHN

Storie di guerra / War stories - (1952).


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