Maurice Noble’s career in animation began at Disney in the 1930s, but he is undoubtedly best remembered as the designer who made so many of Chuck Jones’s Warner Bros. cartoons from 1952 on some of the best-designed animated films of all time. Noble’s association with Jones continued into his later work for MGM and Warner’s.
Harry McCracken conducted this interview in January, 1991. It was edited for publication by Noble and him, and originally appeared in Animato number 21. […]

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