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Roger Broggie
Bob Thomas
Roger Broggie: I was in charge of the Machine Shop. For the Audio-Animatronics we used spaghetti wire for the fingers. The electric union figured this was their jurisdiction; but the figures also had some pneumatic installations and the plumbers said that this was their department. Meanwhile the machinist had to stand back and watch them argue. So I asked Walt, “Could I move out of the Studio and set up shop without having to worry about union jurisdiction?” That’s how MAPO was formed. [...]


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Source type Book Series
Volume 10 Chapter: 39
Subject date 1973
Language en
Document type Interview
Media type text
Page count 2
Pages pp. 260-261


Id 669
Availability Purchasable
Inserted 2014-11-25