Monday, August 23, 2010

The Trip, Shamus Culhane, 1967

Via CartoonBrew


  1. Most would usually credit Howard Beckerman instead given his involvement in both story and animation on this production, but perhaps Culhane had two cents to spare too. This was during a time he wanted to change directions the studio went from how a director should operate from before, whereas they were simply supervisors and usually the main animator on a cartoon acted as the director anyway (back in the Seymour Kneitel days).

  2. Hmm, perhaps I should change it? I generally list the person credited as director; it seems the most prudent way to consistently give propers to the person most involved in the process of making the film.