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Moe Gollub
as remembered by Mark Kirkland
Steve Hulett
Morris “Moe” Gollub was a mid-Westerner with a gift for drawing. In 1937 he submitted artwork to Walt Disney Productions, was accepted for employment, and boarded a train for Los Angeles. For the next four years he studied and designed for Walt Disney Productions, leaving the company and a promising Disney career when he became a leader of the 1941 strike. Many years later, Gollub would teach at CalArts along with many of his former Disney colleagues. In this interview conducted by Steve Hulett and transcribed by James D. Marks, The Simpsons director Mark Kirkland reminisces about his mentor. […]


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Source type Book Series
Volume 8 Chapter: 9
Subject date 2007
Language en
Document type Interview
Media type text
Page count 22
Pages pp. 119-140


Id 569
Availability Purchasable
Inserted 2014-11-25