JIM TYER

05.09.2015 14:19


Amazing Animators No. 19


JIM TYER


 


James Tyer nasce il 7 febbraio 1904 a Bridgeport, nel Connecticut, da John F. e Mary E. Tyer, entrambi nati nel Massachusetts e di ascendenze irlandesi. La famiglia è numerosa, poiché Jim è l'ultimo di sette figli: prima di lui nascono Peter J., Catherine, Lucy A., Mary, John e William P.

Nel 1910 Jim continua a risiedere a Bridgeport insieme con la madre, i fratelli e le sorelle, ma il padre è già deceduto. Nel 1920 risiede ancora a Bridgeport, ma presso il cognato Bernard Melady, che ha sposato sua sorella Catherine.

Il suo debutto nel campo dell'animazione ha luogo nel 1926 con lo Aesop's Fables Studio di New York, che ha come comproprietari l'animatore Paul Terry e la catena teatrale Keith-Albee.

Nel 1928 Tyer sposa Margaret Esther Lee, sua coeva e nativa del Massachusetts, che nel 1930 gli dà una prima figlia, Margaret detta Peggy.

Tyer continua a lavorare con lo Aesop's Fables Studio dopo che questo viene rilevato da Amadee Van Beuren nel 1929. Tyer lavora come animatore, regista e sceneggiatore per vari cortometraggi delle serie Tom e Jerry, The Little King, Burt Gillett's Toddle Tales e Rainbow Parade.

In questi anni Tyer è attivo nel sindacato. Insieme con gli altri animatori di Van Beuren Hicks Lokey, John McManus e Bill Littlejohn fonda un "Club John Reed" di artisti affiliati con la Unemployed Artists Association, che diverrà poi la Artists Union.

Nel 1935 si trasferisce con la famiglia in California e lavora per alcuni mesi allo Studio Disney a Hollywood sui cortometraggi della serie Silly Symphony, soprattutto come animatore degli effetti.

A quanto pare torna brevemente a lavorare per Van Beuren nel 1936, poi si trasferisce a Detroit e collabora con la Jamison Handy Organization, che produce cartoni animati sponsorizzati, soprattutto per Chevrolet. Tyer sembra essere in forza allo studio Jam Handy nel 1936 e di nuovo nel 1939-40. Nel 1938-39 è ancora una volta in California, dove lavora come animatore e sceneggiatore allo studio MGM, gestito da Hugh Harman e Rudolf Ising.

Nel 1940 risiede a Detroit con moglie e figli. Una terza figlia, Mary Lou, è nata nel 1938 nel Connecticut.

La mossa successiva di Tyer è verso i Famous Studios (già Fleischer, ora in comproprietà con Paramount) alla fine del 1941, quando lo studio è ancora a Miami, in Florida. Inizialmente impiegato come sceneggiatore, Tyer torna a New York quando i Famous Studios vi si trasferiscono nei primi mesi del 1943. Continua a lavorare come animatore e direttore dell'animazione, principalmente sui cortometraggi di Popeye (Braccio di Ferro), fino all'inizio del 1947. Come sottolinea Mark Mayerson, "Qui lo stile distorto di Tyer entra nel vivo, e Braccio di Ferro e Bluto diventano di gomma sotto la sua matita".

Il 1943 ha segnato il debutto di Tyer nei fumetti. È uno dei tanti artisti di animazione reclutati da Jim Davis per lavorare su fumetti con "animali buffi" per lo studio di Leon Sangor. Nel suo stile gommoso, sciolto e a tratti surreale, Tyer scrive e disegna numerose storie con una varietà di personaggi, tra i quali spicca Pete Parrot, Rookie Policeman. Queste storie appaiono sugli albi pubblicati da ACG, Better/Standard e altre editrici minori fino al 1947.

Nei primi mesi del 1947, Tyer lascia i Famous Studios, attratto dal suo ex datore di lavoro, Paul Terry. Si unisce dunque alla Terrytoons, dove resterà fino al 1959. Prende attivamente parte allo sciopero 1947 presso lo studio fino a quando varca il picchetto tornando a lavorare il 15 novembre. Anche se i cortometraggi della Terrytoons sono solitamente di scarso valore, Tyer riesce a dare il meglio di sé come animatore, godendo della libertà totale concessagli da registi quali Connie Rasinski, Mannie Davis e Eddie Donnelly, per Mighty Mouse, Heckle & Jeckle, Little Roquefort e più tardi per Gaston le Crayon, John Doormat, Clint Clobber e Sidney.

Mentre è animatore per i Terrytoons, Tyer disegna anche le versioni a fumetti dialcuni dei loro personaggi per fumetti pubblicati da St. John e successivamente da Pines. Tyer tratteggia "animali buffi" anche per altri editori quali Chesler/Dynamic (1943), Round (attraverso Jason Comic Art, 1946), Marvel (1946-47), Ajax/Farrell/Four Star (1946-54), Dell/Western (1947), Fawcett (1947-49) e Star (1951).

Dopo aver lasciato la Terrytoons nel 1959, Tyer inizia a lavorare all'animazione televisiva con il Trans-Lux Studio di Joe Oriolo, che produce Felix the Cat e Mighty Hercules. Disegna inoltre diverse storie di Felix per i fumetti pubblicati da Dell nel 1962-63. Dopo un'altra breve esperienza alla Terrytoons nel 1962, Tyer contribuisce all'animazione di Out of the Inkwell (una nuova versione della serie di Fleischer che ha per protagonista Koko the Clown) per Hal Seeger. Nel 1962-63 è alla Paramount, dove anima Snuffy Smith e Barney Google. Poi torna da Hal Seeger e anima per la TV Milton the Monster e Batfink fino al 1966, quando fa un'altra breve esperienza alla Paramount.

La sua ultima animazione documentata è quella presso lo studio di Steve Krantz per il lungometraggio Fritz the Cat, tratto dal fumetto di Robert Crumb, che viene distribuito nel 1972. Il film è diretto da Ralph Bakshi, collega e amico di Tyer dai tempi della Terrytoons. Tyer anima la sequenza ambientata a Harlem. Si dice che Tyer, cattolico assai devoto, si dedichi senza fiatare al materiale a tratti assai "forte" che è chiamato ad animare, finché un giorno sbatte i disegni sul tavolo e molla in tronco il lavoro, pronunciando parole inenarrabili.

Tornato a risiedere a Fairfield, nel Connecticut, Jim Tyer scompare il 23 marzo 1976 a Bridgeport, all'età di 72 anni.


James Tyer was born on February 7, 1904 in Bridgeport, Connecticut, to John F. e Mary E. Tyer, both born in Massachusetts to Irish parents. His was a large family, as he was the youngest of seven children: siblings were Peter J., Catherine, Lucy A., Mary, John, and William P.

In 1910 Jim was still residing in Bridgeport with his mother, brothers and sister, whereas his father seems to have passed away. In 1920 he was still living in Bridgeport, at the home of brother-in-law Bernard Melady, who married sister Catherine.

His debut in the animation field took place in 1926 at the Aesop's Fables Studio in New York, which was co-owned by animator Paul Terry and the Keith-Albee theater chain.

In 1928 Tyer married Margaret Esther Lee, born 1904 in Massachusetts, and in 1930 a daughter, Margaret aka Peggy, was born.

Tyer continued working with the Aesop's Fables Studio after it was taken over by Amadee Van Beuren in 1929. Tyer served as animator, director and story-man on several Tom and Jerry, Little King and Burt Gillett's Toddle Tales shorts.

During these years Tyer became active in Trade Unions. Together with fellow Van Beuren animators Hicks Lokey, John McManus and Bill Littlejohn he started a John Reed club of artists affiliated with the Unemployed Artists Association, which later became the Artists Union.

By 1930 the Tyers were residing in Bridgeport at the home of Margaret's parents, Bernard and Mary Lee, both from Ireland. In 1932 son James Jr. was born.

In mid-1935 the Tyers moved to California where Jim worked for a few months at the Disney Studio in Hollywood on Silly Symphony shorts, mainly as an effects animator.

It looks like he briefly went back to working at Van Beuren in 1936, soon after moving to Detroit and the Jamison Handy Organization, which produced sponsored cartoons, mainly for Chevrolet. Tyer appears to have worked at Jam Handy in 1936 and again in 1939-40. In 1938-39 he was once again in California, working as an animator and story man at the MGM studio managed by Hugh Harman and Rudolf Ising.

In 1940 the Tyers resided in Detroit, two years after daughter Mary Lou had been born in Connecticut.

Tyer's next move was to Famous Studios (formerly Fleischer, now co-owned by Paramount) in late 1941, when the studio was still located in Miami, Florida. Initially employed as a story man, Tyer moved back to New York when Paramount took over and Famous relocated there in early 1943. He continued working at Famous as an animator and animation director, primarily on Popeye shorts, until early 1947. As animation historian Mark Mayerson pointed out, "Here Tyer's distorted style came into its own, as Popeye and Bluto turned to rubber under Tyer's pen."

1943 marked Tyer's debut in comics. He was one of the many animation artists recruited by Jim Davis to work on funny animal comic books for the Leon Sangor studio. In his own rubbery, loose and rather surreal style, Tyer wrote and drew several stories featuring a variety of characters, the longest-lasting being Pete Parrot, Rookie Policeman. These stories appeared in comics titles published by ACG, Better/Standard and other minor publishers until 1947.

In early 1947, Tyer was lured away from Famous by his former employer, Paul Terry, and joined Terrytoons, where he would stay until 1959. He took active part in the 1947 strike at the studio until he finally crossed the picket line and went back to work on November 15. Although the Terrytoons shorts were usually very run-of-the-mill, Tyer did some of his best animation there, enjoying total freedom under such directors as Connie Rasinski, Mannie Davis and Eddie Donnelly, on shorts featuring Mighty Mouse, Heckle and Jeckle, Little Roquefort and later on Gaston le Crayon, John Doormat, Clint Clobber, and Sidney.

While animating at Terrytoons, Tyer also drew the comics versions of several of their characters for the comic books published by St. John and later Pines. Tyer also drew funny animals for other such publishers as Chesler/Dynamic (1943), Round (through Jason Comic Art, 1946), Marvel (1946-47), Ajax/Farrell/Four Star (1946-54), Dell/Western (1947), Fawcett (1947-49), and Star (1951).

After leaving Terrytoons in 1959, Tyer started working on TV animation with Joe Oriolo's Trans-Lux Studio, which produced the Felix the Cat and Mighty Hercules series. He also drew several Felix stories for the comic books published by Dell in 1963-64. After another brief stint at Terrytoons in 1962, Tyer did some animation on Out of the Inkwell (a new version of the Fleischer series starring Koko the Clown) for Hal Seeger. In 1962-63 he was at Paramount, animating on Snuffy Smith and Barney Google. Then he went back to Hal Seeger, animating on the Milton the Monster and Batfink TV cartoons until 1966, when he did another brief stint at Paramount.

His last documented animation was done at the Steve Krantz studio on the cartoon feature, Fritz the Cat, from Robert Crumb's comic, which was released in 1972. The movie was directed by Ralph Bakshi, whom Tyer had made friends and worked with at Terrytoons. Tyer animated on the Harlem sequence. The story goes that Tyer, a very devout Catholic, quietly bore with the racy material he was called to animate until one day he just slammed down his work and, cursing all the way, walked off the job.

The Tyers went back to living in Fairfield, Connecticut, and Jim passed away in Bridgeport on March 23, 1976 at age 72.


FILMOGRAFIA / FILMOGRAPHY

NOTE: All dates in this section are day/month/year

Studio: AESOP'S FABLES 1926-1929

Animatore/Animator

00/00/1926-25/08/1929 Aesop's Fables


Studio: VAN BEUREN 1929-1935

Animatore/Animator

04/09/1931 Polar Pals [Tom and Jerry]

07/02/1933 The Magic Mummy [Tom and Jerry]

29/09/1933 The Fatal Note [The Little King]

16/02/1934 Jolly Good Felons [The Little King]


Animatore, Regista/Animator, Director

02/10/1933 Marching Along [The Little King]

22/12/1933 Pals aka Christmas Night [The Little King]

29/06/1934 Grandfather's Clock [Toddle Tales]

07/09/1934 A Little Bird Told Me [Toddle Tales]


Sceneggiatore/Writer

00/00/1935
Rainbow Parade


Studio: DISNEY 1935

Animatore, Animatore degli Effetti/Animator, Effects Animator

05/10/1935 Music Land [Silly Symphony]

30/11/1935 Cock o' the Walk [Silly Symphony]

 

Studio: VAN BEUREN 1936

Animatore/Animator

24/07/1936 Cupid Gets His Man [Rainbow Parade]


Studio: JAM HANDY 1936

Animatore/Animator

00/00/1936 A Coach for Cinderella [for Chevrolet]


Studio: MGM 1937-1938

Animatore, Sceneggiatore/Animator, Writer

29/05/1937 The Hound and the Rabbit [Happy Harmonies]

06/08/1938 The Pygmy Hunt [The Captain and the Kids]

 

 

Studio: JAM HANDY 1939-1941

Animatore/Animator

00/00/1939 The Princess and the Pauper [for Chevrolet]

00/00/1940 A Case of Spring Fever

00/00/1941 Drawing Account

 

 

Studio: FAMOUS 1941-1947

Sceneggiatore/Writer

07/08/1942 You're a Sap, Mr. Jap [Popeye]


Animatore, Direttore dell'animazione/Animator, Animation Director

22/01/1943 Spinach fer Britain [Popeye]

19/02/1943 Seein' Red, White 'n' Blue [Popeye]


19/03/1943 Too Weak to Work [Popeye]

26/11/1943 Her Honor the Mare [Popeye]

21/04/1944 We're on Our Way to Rio [Popeye]

11/08/1944 Puppet Love [Popeye]

22/09/1944 Moving Aweigh [Popeye]

08/12/1944 She-Sick Sailors [Popeye]

26/01/1945 Pop-Pie a la Mode [Popeye]

27/04/1945 Shape Ahoy [Popeye]

22/02/1946 Cheese Burglar [Noveltoon]

19/04/1946 Service with a Guile [Popeye]

07/06/1946 Peep in the Deep [Popeye]

09/08/1946 Rocket to Mars [Popeye]

27/12/1946 The Island Fling [Popeye]

22/08/1947 The Mild West [Noveltoon]

12/09/1947 The Royal Four-Flusher [Popeye]

24/10/1947 Wotta Knight [Popeye]

 

Studio: TERRYTOONS 1947-1959


Animatore, Storyboards/Animator, Storyboards

12/12/1947 The Hitch-Hikers [Heckle and Jeckle]

19/12/1947 Swiss Cheese Family Robinson [Mighty Mouse]

10/01/1948 Mighty Mouse and the Magician [Mighty Mouse]

10/03/1948 Felix the Fox [Terry-Toon]

14/03/1948 Taming the Cat [Heckle and Jeckle]

29/09/1948 The Hard Boiled Egg [Terry-Toon]

30/09/1948 Triple Trouble [Mighty Mouse]

15/10/1948 Love's Labor Won [Mighty Mouse]

01/11/1948 Out Again, in Again [Heckle and Jeckle]

02/11/1948 Magpie Madness [Heckle and Jeckle]

23/11/1948 Free Enterprise [Heckle and Jeckle]

01/12/1948 Goony Golfers [Heckle and Jeckle]

02/12/1948 The Magic Slipper [Mighty Mouse]

21/12/1948 The Mysterious Stranger [Mighty Mouse]

26/12/1948 The Racket Buster [Mighty Mouse]

31/12/1948 The Power of Thought [Heckle and Jeckle]

13/05/1949 The Lion Hunt [Heckle and Jeckle]

27/05/1949 Dingbat Land [Terry-Toon - Gandy Goose]

30/05/1949 The Lyin' Lion [Terry-Toon]

10/06/1949 A Cold Romance [Mighty Mouse]

22/06/1949 Hula Hula Land [Heckle and Jeckle]

27/11/1949 Paint Pot Symphony [Terry-Toon]

21/02/1950 A Merry Chase [Heckle and Jeckle]

11/03/1950 Foiling the Fox [Aesop's Fable]

19/05/1950 Anti-Cats [Mighty Mouse]

09/06/1950 Dream Walking [Gandy Goose]

23/06/1950 Law and Order [Mighty Mouse]

21/12/1950 Beauty on the Beach [Mighty Mouse]

04/08/1950 All This and Rabbit Stew [Dingbat]

18/08/1950 Cat Happy [Little Roquefort]

01/09/1950 Mouse and Garden [Little Roquefort]

15/09/1950 If Cats Could Sing [Terry-Toon]

29/09/1950 King Tut's Tomb [Heckle and Jeckle]

13/10/1950 Mother Goose's Birthday Party [Mighty Mouse]

15/10/1950 Squirrel Crazy [Nutsy]

01/11/1950 Wide Open Spaces [Gandy Goose]

07/11/1950 Rival Romeos [Heckle and Jeckle]

22/11/1950 Sour Grapes [Dingbat]

22/12/1950 Three Is a Crowd [Little Roquefort]

18/03/1951 Spring Fever [Gandy Goose]

13/05/1951 The Rainmakers [Heckle and Jeckle]

06/06/1951 Tall Timber Tale [Terry Bears]

20/06/1951 A Swiss Miss [Mighty Mouse]

27/06/1951 Steeple Jacks [Heckle and Jeckle]


22/07/1951 Little Problem [Terry Bears]

25/07/1951 Pastry Panic [Little Roquefort]

15/08/1951 The Helpful Geni [Terry-Toon]

22/08/1951 'Sno Fun [Heckle and Jeckle]

29/08/1951 The Cat's Tale [Mighty Mouse]

23/09/1951 The Haunted Cat [Little Roquefort]

31/10/1951 Papa's Little Helpers [Terry Bears]

07/11/1951 Movie Madness [Heckle and Jeckle]

08/12/1951 Papa's Day of Rest [Terry Bears]

28/12/1951 Prehistoric Perils [Mighty Mouse]

31/12/1951 City Slicker [Little Roquefort]

22/02/1952 Off to the Opera [Heckle and Jeckle]

29/02/1952 The Happy Cobblers [Terry-Toon]

03/03/1952 Hero for a Day [Terry-Toon]

28/03/1952 Hansel and Gretel [Mighty Mouse]

02/05/1952 Little Anglers [Terry Bears]

16/05/1952 The Foolish Duckling [Dinky]

06/06/1952 House Busters [Heckle and Jeckle]

01/08/1952 Happy Holland [Mighty Mouse]

00/09/1952 Happy Valley [Aesop's Fable]

27/09/1952 A Soapy Opera [Mighty Mouse]

13/12/1952 Pill Peddlers [Heckle and Jeckle]

06/02/1953 Featherweight Champ [Dinky]

13/02/1953 Playful Puss [Little Roquefort]

27/03/1953 Plumber's Helpers [Terry Bears]

07/04/1953 Ten Pin Terrors [Heckle and Jeckle]

24/04/1953 The Orphan Egg [Dinky]

08/05/1953 Friday the 13th [Little Roquefort]

19/05/1953 Hot Rods [Mighty Mouse]

21/05/1953 When Mousehood Was in Flower [Mighty Mouse]

12/06/1953 Bargain Daze [Heckle and Jeckle]

04/09/1953 Log Rollers [Heckle and Jeckle]

08/09/1953 Spare the Rod [Mighty Mouse]

02/10/1953 Growing Pains [Terry-Toon]

23/10/1953 Runaway Mouse [Little Roquefort]

30/10/1953 How to Relax [Dimwit]

27/11/1953 Blind Date [Heckle and Jeckle]

25/12/1953 The Helpless Hippo [Mighty Mouse]

29/01/1954 Prescription for Percy [Little Roquefort]

20/05/1954 A Howling Success [Terry Bears]

18/06/1954 The Cat's Revenge [Little Roquefort]

09/07/1954 The Reformed Wolf [Mighty Mouse]


29/10/1954 Blue Plate Symphony [Heckle and Jeckle]

25/01/1955 Barnyard Actor [Gandy Goose]

00/03/1955 The First Flying Fish [Aesop's Fable]

11/03/1955 No Sleep for Percy [Little Roquefort]

00/08/1955 Foxed by a Fox [Terry-Toon]

12/11/1955 Miami Maniacs [Heckle and Jeckle]

31/12/1955 Baffling Bunnies [Terry Bears]

00/01/1956 The Clockmaker's Dog [Terry-Toon]

00/01/1956 Park Avenue Pussycat [Terry-Toon]

00/03/1956 Hep Mother Hubbard [Terry-Toon]

00/05/1956 Lucky Dog [Terry-Toon]

00/06/1956 Police Dogged [Terry-Toon]

14/10/1956-00/09/1957 The Heckle and Jeckle Cartoon Show [TV Series]

00/01/1957 Topsy TV [Terry-Toon]

00/00/1957 Depth Study [Terry-Toon]

00/02/1957 A Hare-Breadth Finish [Terry-Toon]

00/04/1957 The Bone Ranger [Sniffer]

00/04/1957 Daddy's Little Darling [Dimwit]

00/05/1957 Gaston Is Here [Gaston le Crayon]

00/06/1957 Shove Thy Neighbor [John Doormat]

10/06/1957-00/00/1960 Tom Terrific [TV Series]

20/06/1957 A Bum Steer [Beefy]

00/07/1957 Clint Clobber's Cat [Clint Clobber]

10/07/1957 Gag Buster [Spoofy]

14/07/1957 Pirate's Gold [Heckle and Jeckle]

00/08/1957 Flebus [Terry-Toon]

15/11/1957 It's a Living [Dinky Duck]

00/03/1958 Gaston's Baby [Gaston le Crayon]

00/04/1958 Springtime for Clobber [Clint Clobber]

04/06/1958 Sick, Sick Sidney [Sidney]

00/06/1958 Dustcap Doormat [John Doormat]

02/09/1958  Old Mother Clobber [Clint Clobber]

00/10/1958 Gaston's Easel Life [Gaston le Crayon]

00/12/1958 Sidney's Family Tree [Sidney

00/01/1959 Clobber's Ballet Ache [Clint Clobber]

00/02/1959 The Tale of a Dog [Terry-Toon]

00/04/1959 The Flamboyant Arms [Clint Clobber]

13/05/1959 Foofle's Train Ride [Foofle]

00/06/1959 Gaston's Mama Lisa [Gaston le Crayon]

00/03/1960 Foofle's Picnic [Foofle]

00/03/1960 The Tiger King [Aesop's Fable]

Studio:
TRANS-LUX/ORIOLO
1959-1962

Animatore/Animator

00/00/1960 Do-It-Yourself Monster Book [TV Series - Felix the Cat]

00/00/1960 Felix Out West [TV Series - Felix the Cat]

00/00/1960 Felix the Cat Suit [TV Series - Felix the Cat]

00/00/1960 Felix's Gold Mine [TV Series - Felix the Cat]

00/00/1960 King Neptune's S.O.S. [TV Series - Felix the Cat]

00/00/1960 Moo Moo Island Oysters [TV Series - Felix the Cat]

00/00/1960 The Gold Fruit Tree [TV Series - Felix the Cat]

00/00/1960 Venus and the Master Cylinder [TV Series - Felix the Cat]

00/00/1961 Oysters and Starfishes [TV Series - Felix the Cat]

00/00/1961 Stairway to the Stars [TV Series - Felix the Cat]

00/00/1961 The Exchanging Machine [TV Series - Felix the Cat]

00/00/1961 The Leprechaun's Gold [TV Series - Felix the Cat]

00/00/1961 The Leprechaun [TV Series - Felix the Cat]

00/00/1961 The Little Cloud and Mount Boom Boom [TV Series - Felix the Cat]

00/00/1961 The Professor's Committed No Crime! [TV Series - Felix the Cat]

00/00/1961 The Professor's Instant Changer [TV Series - Felix the Cat]

00/00/1961 The Rajah's Elephants [TV Series - Felix the Cat]

00/09/1963-00/00/1963 The Mighty Hercules [TV Series]


Studio: TERRYTOONS 1962

Animatore/Animator

00/10/1962 First Flight Up [Hector Heathcote]


Studio: HAL SEEGER/VIDEO HOUSE 1962

Direttore dell'animazione/Animation Director

00/00/1962 Arabian Daze [TV Series - Out of the Inkwell]

00/00/1962 Sing Along with Moe [TV Series - Out of the Inkwell]


Studio: PARAMOUNT 1962-1963

Animatore/Animator

00/00/1963 Snuffy's Fair Lady [TV Series - Snuffy Smith and Barney Google]

00/00/1963 A Hauntin' for a House [TV Series - Snuffy Smith and Barney Google]

00/00/1963 Feuding and a Fussin' [TV Series - Snuffy Smith and Barney Google]

00/00/1963 Snuffy's Brush with Fame [TV Series - Snuffy Smith and Barney Google]

00/00/1963 The Work Pill [TV Series - Snuffy Smith and Barney Google]

00/00/1964 Barney's Winter Carnival [TV Series - Snuffy Smith and Barney Google]

00/00/1964 Smoke Screams [TV Series - Snuffy Smith and Barney Google]


Studio: TREASURE FILMS 1963

Animatore/Animator

00/00/1963 Billy Bounce


Studio: HAL SEEGER 1964-1966

Animatore/Animator

00/00/1965 Sly Fly/From Wrecks to Riches/Medium Undone [Milton the Monster Show]

00/00/1965 Fly by Might/Hobo Hootenanny/A Pie in the Sky [Milton the Monster Show]

00/00/1965 Invincible vs. Invisible/Suit Yourself/The Dummy Talks [Milton the Monster Show]

00/00/1965 Monster-Sitter/Robinson Shoesole/The Moon Goons [Milton the Monster Show]

00/00/1965 Safari Harry/Nuggets to You/Batnap [Milton the Monster Show]

20/01/1967 The Kitchy-Koo Kaper [Batfink]

20/01/1967 Manhole Manny [Batfink]

01/03/1967 Goo-Goo a Go-Go [Batfink]

23/03/1967 Greasy Gus [Batfink]

24/04/1967 Roz the Schnozz [Batfink]

01/05/1967 Bride and Doom [Batfink]

01/06/1967 Slow Down! Speed Up! [Batfink]

30/06/1967 Watch My Smoke [Batfink]

03/08/1967 The Bomber Bird [Batfink]

14/09/1967 Jerkules [Batfink]


Studio: PARAMOUNT 1966

Sceneggiatore/Writer

00/03/1967 Think or Sink [Merry Makers]

 

Studio: KRANTZ 1970

Animatore/Animator

12/04/1972 Fritz the Cat


FUMETTOGRAFIA /COMICOGRAPHY

 

Editore/Publisher: AMERICAN COMICS GROUP (aka CRESTON, LaSALLE)

Abadaba - Giggle Comics #2 (1943).

Aesop - Coo Coo Comics #22 (1946).

Benno Bunny

Blinkey Bloodhound and Artemus - Giggle Comics #8 (1944).

Charlie the Chef - Giggle Comics #4 (1944).

Copertine / Cover art - Coo Coo Comics #8, 11, 22 (1943-46); Ha Ha Comics #1, 3 (1943).

The Great Symphony - Giggle Comics #10 (1944).


Jimmy Jumbo - Coo Coo Comics #18 (1945).

Little Jud (c.1944).

Percy Pup - Giggle Comics #9 (1944).

Pete Parrot [Rookie Policeman] - Ha Ha Comics #1, 2, 4, 6, 7, 9, 17, 20 (1943-45).

Ralph Rooster - Ha Ha Comics #1 (1943).

Retrocopertina / Back Cover art - Funnybone (1944).

Scrapple - Ha Ha Comics #78 (1951).

Skippie, Scrappie and  Skeeter Skunk - Giggle Comics #3 (1943).

Tavole con testo e illustrazione / Text illustration pages - Coo Coo Comics #8, 22, 28, 30, 33 (1943/46/47); Giggle #3 (1943).

Tippy - Coo Coo Comics #16 (1945).

The Uproar Family - Ha Ha Comics #2 (1943).


Editore/Publisher: CHESLER (aka DYNAMIC, REMINGTON MORSE)

Riggin' Bill - Yankee Comics #4 (1943) [solo matite / pencils only - chine / inks: Otto Eppers].


Editore/Publisher: DELL (aka WESTERN PRINTING)

Felix the Cat - Four Color #135 (1947) [3 pgs.], #162 [10 pags.].



Editore/Publisher: DELL

Copertine / Cover art: - Felix the Cat #4, 6, 7 (1963-64).

Felix the Cat - Felix the Cat (1963-64).

Rock and Rollo - Felix the Cat #4 (1963).


Editore/Publisher: FARRELL (aka AJAX)

Daffy Dragon - Billy Bunny's Christmas Frolics #1 (1952).

Daffy Dragon and Bodkins Bunny - Billy Bunny #3 (1954).

Kitty and Bob the Hep Catts - Billy Bunny #2 (1954); Billy Bunny's Christmas Frolics #1 (1952).

Kitty and Bob Catt's Puzzle Page - Billy Bunny #3 (1954).


Editore/Publisher: FAWCETT

Sherlock the Monk and Chuck - Fawcett's Funny Animals #55 et al (1947-49).

 

Editore/Publisher: FOUR STAR PUBLICATIONS

Daffy Dragon and Bodkins Bunny - Hi-Ho Comics #3 (1946).

Kitty and Bob - Hi-Ho Comics #3 (1946).

Kitty and Bob Puzzle Page - Hi-Ho Comics #3 (1946).


Editore/Publisher: LEFFINGWELL

Bumby - Chuckle #nn (1945).

Bumpy Bruin - Chuckle #nn (1945).

The Football Hero - Chuckle #nn (1945).

Editore/Publisher: MARVEL

Casper Cat - Comedy Comics #33 (1946); Dopey Duck #1, 2 (1946); Krazy Komics #24 (1946); Wacky Duck #5 (1947).


Editore/Publisher: PINES

Clint Clobber - Mighty Mouse Fun Club Magazine #5, 6 (1958).

Heckle and Jeckle - Adventures of Mighty Mouse #133, 134 (1957).

 

Editore/Publisher: ROUND PUBLISHING

Copertina / Cover art - Jamboree Comics #1-3 (1946).


Editore/Publisher: RURAL HOME (aka CROYDON)

Tavole con testo e illustrazione / Text illustration pages - Laffy-Daffy Comics #1(1945).


Editore/Publisher: STANDARD (aka BETTER, NEDOR)

Aesop - Coo Coo Comics #22 (1946).

Carruthers - Coo Coo Comics #26 (1946).

City Slicker (1945).

Copertine / Cover art - Barnyard Comics #6 (1945); Coo Coo Comics #8 (1943); Goofy Comics #2, 6, 7, 8 (1943-45); Happy Comics #2, 3 (1943).

Hennery Hound - Barnyard Comics #7 (1945).

Hiram Hound (1945).

Jimmy Jumbo - Coo Coo Comics #18 (1945).

Rollo Rabbit - Barnyard Comics #7 (1945).

Simpy Sam - Barnyard Comics #2 (1944).


Sir Gimmick - Coo Coo Comics #20 (1945).

Tacky and Splinter (1944).

Tavole con testo e illustrazione / Text illustration pages - Happy Comics #3 (1943).

Tippy - Coo Coo Comics #16 (1945).

The Travelers (1945).

Trembly Tim - Barnyard Comics #7 (1945).


Editore/Publisher: STAR

Daffy Dragon - Frisky Animals #47 (1951).


Editore/Publisher: ST. JOHN

Dinky - Dinky Duck #3, 16 et al (1952-56).

Heckle and Jeckle - Paul Terry's Comics #97 (1953); Terrytoons #9, 76 et al (1949-55).

Little Roquefort - Little Roquefort Comics #3, 7 (1952-53).

Mighty Mouse - Adventures of Mighty Mouse #15, 17 et al (1954-55); Paul Terry's Mighty Mouse Comics #12, 14, 17, 20, 33 et al (1949-52); Terrytoons #76 et al (1949-55).

Mighty Mouse in The Perils of Pearl Pureheart - Mighty Mouse Comics #14-21 (1949-50); Paul Terry's Mighty Mouse Comics #22- -43 (1950-53).

Terry Bears - Dinky Duck #15 (1955); Paul Terry's Comics #102 (1953).

 

Editore/Publisher: WILLIAM H. WISE

Cracky Pott Inventor - America's Funniest Comics #2 (1944).

Skeeter Skunk - America's Funniest Comics #2 (1944).



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