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Dick Irvine
Bob Thomas
Bob Thomas: Well, let’s start at the beginning. Dick Irvine: I first met Walt back in 1942-’43 when I went to work on Victory Through Air Power and was there as live-action art director and then stayed on through Three Caballeros, which was the first show in which he really wanted to combine the live-action characters with the cartoon world. After that stint was finished, things were slow and I was let go and went out to 20th [Century Fox]. From time to time he used to call me and ask me things. He knew that I liked to make models and he liked to make models and whatnot, and he’d ask how we were doing. [...]


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Source type Book Series
Volume 10 Chapter: 35
Subject date 1973
Language en
Document type Interview
Media type text
Page count 27
Pages pp. 195-221


Id 665
Availability Purchasable
Inserted 2014-11-25