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Since making his first animated short in 1958, Richard Wiliams had made a vital contribution to the field of cinematic and commercial animation. From credit sequences for the series of Pink Panther films, to the Emmy winner Ziggy’s Gift he has won marry awards, and is deep in his latest project The Thief, which, he hopes, will prove that the Golden Age of Animation fs not dead. in this second of a series of articles on British animators Richard Holliss talks to Richard Wiliams about animated commercials and mating animation commercial.

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