Oral history interview with Mr. Blaine Gibson by St. Andrew's Episcopal School student Timothy Gregg. In this interview Mr. Gibson presents the Disney Company from the perspective of a Disney animator.

  • Mr. Gibson as a child making clay sculptures
  • Basics of animation
  • The math of animation
  • Effects vs. character animation
  • Making the audience believe the work
  • Walt Disney and the beginning Disney films
  • Walt’s leadership: hiring animators to draw his vision
  • Mr. Gibson talking about his grandson and me
  • “Part of a team”, working as a group
  • Beginning of the Pirate Ride
  • Move to Sculpture
  • Make-a-Wish foundation
  • Ub Iwerks and Walt Disney interactions
  • Steamboat Willie
  • Later sculptures
  • Induction as a Disney Legend
  • Post-retirement work
  • Old-fashioned vs. modern animation