C. Robert Moore, M.D. (for “Mouse Draw-er”, as he liked to call himself) had a 43-year-long, varied career at the Disney Studio as an animator, storyman, illustrator, designer, and comic artist.
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In 1951, Bob was asked to head the one-man art department for publicity, which he ran for three decades, single-handedly developing clever promotional art concepts for Disney films and later its theme parks. He was eventually named Creative Director of Marketing and designed many Disney movie posters, Christmas cards, letterheads and logos. He also served as one of Walt Disney’s official autographers, signing thousands of photographs with Walt’s famous signature.
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Besides being named a Disney Legend in 1996, Bob’s name was immortalized when a color of Disney paint was named after him: tubes of Moore Red still line the walls of the Ink and Paint Department today. […]

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