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Taking My Best Shot
Working on Disney's "The Saga of Windwagon Smith"
Floyd Norman
We all remember our first job, first car, and certainly our first love. Like everyone else I’ve got a “first” as well, only mine is going to be a little different. I remember my first animated scene in a Disney cartoon, and how that scene ushered me into the highly coveted position of “animator” at the Mouse House. We’ll get to that cartoon in a bit, but first a little Disney history. Let’s go back to the nineteen sixties with the completion of the feature film One Hundred and One Dalmatians. Disney’s animation department had already suffered a severe downsizing after Sleeping Beauty. But now animation was informed it would have to tighten its belt even more. […]


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