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Eric Goldberg
Christian Ziebarth
Along with Glen Keane, Andreas Deja, and a handful of others, Eric Goldberg was one of the key fi gures in the new Golden Age of animation. While his style is more “cartoony” than Glen’s or Andreas’, the characters he animated (the Genie in particular) and the projects he directed (Pocahontas, but above all the “Carnival of the Animals” and “Rhapsody in Blue” in Fantasia 2000) give him a special place in the history of animation, along with his peers of another era, Ward Kimball, and Chuck Jones. […]


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Source type Book Series
Volume 4 Chapter: 24
Subject date 2005
Language en
Document type Interview
Media type text
Page count 19
Pages pp. 287-305


Id 391
Availability Purchasable
Inserted 2014-11-24