Love is patient
Love is kind
Love never fails
Picture Post, magazine article from March 23, 1946
You see Kimball working on the section called The Whale Who Wanted to Sing at the Met, and to his eft hangs an early model sheet of the Siamese Cats from Lady and the Tramp, a film that wouldn’t be in theaters until almost a decade later. Ollie Johnston is credited as Disney’s top animator, while Milt Kahl, in the last image, doesn’t get mentioned at all.
Source: Deja View
Joe Rinaldi's storyboards compared to final stills of Lady and the Tramp.
His work has so much life, and they ended up being a great inspiration for the finished film. Even Frank Thomas said once that Joe had a lot to do with what was great about Lady & the Tramp.
The way she looks away… this scene is just priceless! What perfect draftsmanship of animation.
VINYLMATION WHISKERS AND TALES SERIES FIGURE- 3”
A dozen famous Disney animals have been rounded up in this Vinylmation Whiskers and Tales Series, and there’s even a surprise one! You can order it here!
Which one is your favorite or is not here and think it should have been included?
TOP 12 MOMENTS OF DISNEY ANIMATION?
The mexican magazine CinePREMIERE listed their 50 top moments in Walt Disney Studios animation history, according to them (according to writer Luis Miguel Cruz). These above are only their top twelve, you can see them all here.
Even though I don’t personally agree with all of his top decisions
(or many of them), the fact that the writer and magazine took the time to appreciate Walt Disney’s legacy, from Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs to Wreck-it Ralph, and choose those key moment that display amazing craftsmanship in animation, as well as loving and lasting characters and memories is amazing.
Do you agree with these top twelve? What would your choices be?