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An Afternoon with Ollie Johnston, Frank Thomas and Pinocchio
Charles Solomon

Pierre Lambert's Pinocchio, originally published in France by Demons et Merveilles and in an English translation by Hyperion, ranks as the loveliest animation book of recent years. The pages seem to overflow with exquisitely reproduced cels, backgrounds, drawings and set-ups. Recently, two of the Nine Old Men of Disney, Ollie Johnston and Frank Thomas, who animated key scenes of the title character, sat down with animation critic Charles Solomon to discuss Lambert's work. […]

Persons

Frank Thomas (Interviewee), Ollie Johnston (Interviewee)

Keywords

Pinocchio (1940) (Pinocchio), Animation (Animartion)

Source

Title
Source type Magazine
Volume 3.4
Published
Language en
Document type Interview
Media type text
Page count 4
Pages pp. 65-68

Metadata

Id 938
Availability Free
Inserted 2015-01-25