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The Masters of Animation. Seattle's 1st Annual Animation Festival. Event Poster. July 4-7, 1997. by  Maurice. (1911-2001). Production Designer for Warner Brothers Cartoons Noble - Paperback - Signed First Edition - 1997. - from Orpheus Books (SKU: 17153)

The Masters of Animation. Seattle's 1st Annual Animation Festival. Event Poster. July 4-7, 1997.

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The Masters of Animation. Seattle's 1st Annual Animation Festival. Event Poster. July 4-7, 1997.

by Noble, Maurice. (1911-2001). Production Designer for Warner Brothers Cartoons

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Seattle: Scarecrow Video, 1997. Signed by Maurice Noble, the Production Designer and background artist for Bugs Bunny and other Warner Brothers cartoons. First edition / First printing. Full color poster. 19" x 24 Very fine. Chuck Jones referred to Noble as "the architect of our films." Noble started in animation at Disney. He worked on Snow White, The Rite of Spring sequence for Fantasia, and Dumbo. He designed the backgrounds and art direction for the award winning Bugs Bunny film: What's Opera Doc?, and the Daffy Duck film: Duck Dodgers in the 24 1/2 Century. He created the look of the Road Runner cartoons. After 1960 Noble received a co-directing credit on films with Chuck Jones, including the Oscar Winner: The Dot and the Line (based on the book by Norton Juster). He worked on a number of Dr. Seuss films including: How the Grinch Stole Christmas.

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Orpheus Books US (US)
Seller Inventory #
17153
Title
The Masters of Animation. Seattle's 1st Annual Animation Festival. Event Poster. July 4-7, 1997.
Author
Noble, Maurice. (1911-2001). Production Designer for Warner Brothers Cartoons
Format/binding
Full color poster. 19" x 24
Book condition
New As New
Quantity available
1
Edition
First edition / First printing.
Binding
Paperback
Publisher
Scarecrow Video,
Place of Publication
Seattle:
Date published
1997.
Bookseller catalogs
Cinema; Graphic Novels and Comics;

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