One of Disney’s most celebrated film editors is Norman “Stormy” Palmer, who left indelible marks on many Disney feature films, from The Living Desert in 1952 to The Incredible Journey in 1963 and The Gnome-Mobile in 1967.

He is probably best known, however, for his contributions to Disney nature and animal films, including Water Birds and the innovative CinemaScope Grand Canyon, which was a pictorial interpretation of composer Ferde Grofe’s famed Suite and featured no narration or dialogue. […]

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