Rare Walt Disney animation Cell, 1938, “Ferdinand the Bull ”, Homer Brightman For Sale
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Rare Walt Disney animation Cell, 1938, “Ferdinand the Bull ”, Homer Brightman:
Walt Disneyanimation Cell, 1938, “Ferdinand the Bull ”, fromthe Homer Brightman Estate
Homer Brightman Estate
Graphite on Animation Paper
Bull buyers “Ferdinand the Bull” 1938, Walt Disney
Type: Production sketch, Production art
Animation Studio: Walt Disney Productions
Year of Production: 1938
Franchise: Walt Disney
Character: Characters looking for bull
Title: “Ferdinand the Bull”
From the Homer Brightman personal collection
Size 10” x 12 ” (25.4 cm x 30.48 cm)
Pre Punched Animation Paper
Ferdinand the Bull –Walt DisneyProductions
Released November 25 1938
Distributed by RKO Radio Picture
Produced by: Walt Disney Productions
Subject: Characters looking for bull
sale Prince: $400.00 USDollars
Returns: All sales final noreturn
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Homer Brightman Bio
1901 – 1988
Born in Seattle, Washington, Homer Brightman writer (147credits), director (1 credit), story artist and animator. He joined Disney Studio in 1935. During those15 years often call the “Golden Age of Disney Animation “ and he worked on the SnowWhite and the Seven Dwarfs, Cinderella and Oscar winning short “Lend a Paw” aswell as many more. After Disney he worked for Walter Lantz Production, MGMcartoon studio, UPA and the other top Animation houses of the time. The list offilms are to long to name but his hands were in on the most memorable animationof the time. From Cinderella, Mickey Mouse, Donald Duck, Chilly Willy and thepopular, Woody Woodpecker. He alsopublished (under Disney nameplate) many books including Mary Poppins, Uncle Scrooge. His book” Life in the MouseHouse” was published after his death to protect his fellow Disney co-workers.
Writer, Artists, illustrator,