John Culhane: On Song of the South, you were overall director of the cartoon sequences.
JC: It didn’t get released until 1946. Do you remember how long you were working on that?
Well, we were working on it just right before it was released, for however long it took us to do it. They gave us a few months or a year before we released.
JC: This is the first big postwar thing that you—
That I had anything to do with, that’s for sure.
JC: Did you go down to Atlanta for the premiere?
JC: Interviewed on the radio?
No. I don’t remember how I got on to that. I doubt that somehow. I don’t like things like that. When I get in front of a microphone or in front of a camera, or in front of more than three people, I get tongue-tied and I start sweating and blushing, and I forget what I’m going to say. I have an awful time. […]
- Parent entry
- 1 - Robert Cook (Dave Smith)
- 2 - Grim Natwick (John Culhane)
- 3 - Clair Weeks (Milton Gray)
- 4 - Willis Pyle (Bob Casino)
- 5 - Charlene Sundblad about Helen and Hugh Hennesy (Didier Ghez)
- 6 - Preston Blair (Göran Broling)
- 7 - Working on “The Sorcerer’s Apprentice” - As remembered by Preston Blair in Cartoonist PROfiles No.49, 1981 (Jud Hurd)
- 8 - The Life and Times of Cy Young (Steven Hartley)
- 9 - Lynn Karp (Michael Barrier and Milton Gray)
- 10 - Of Skit and Skat and This and That - The Autobiography of Basil Reynolds (Basil Reynolds)
- 11 - The Life and Times of Riley Thomson (Alberto Becattini)
- 12 - Ward Kimball (John Culhane)
- 13 - Wilfred Jackson
- 14 - Hamilton Luske - remembered by his children, Carol Jean Luske, Peggy Finefrock, and Jim Luske (Jim Korkis)
- 15 - Norman “Stormy” Palmer (Michael Broggie)
- 16 - Guy Williams Jr. (EMC West)
- 17 - Buddy Van Horn (EMC West)
- 18 - Suzanne Lloyd (EMC West)
- 19 - Roger Broggie - Draft of Biographical Notes (George Sherman)
- 20 - Karl Bacon and Ed Morgan (Jim Korkis)
- 21 - Bill Martin (Dave Smith)
- 22 - Bill Evans (Jay Horan)
- 23 - Card Walker (John Culhane)
- 24 - Mike Peraza (Didier Ghez)