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  • Disney Animator Art Stevens Dies

    Art Stevens, a long-time Disney animator who worked on such classic films as Fantasia, Bambi and Peter Pan, died May 22 at the age of 92. News sources have only just recently announced the news.

    From MSN Movies:

    Stevens applied for a job at Disney in 1939 after he learned that Walt Disney planned an animated feature based on one of his favorite stories, "Alice in Wonderland," which eventually came out in 1951.

    In his early years at Disney, Stewart was an "in-betweener," who created the drawings that made the characters move on the screen after the main animator had outlined the scene. He worked on "Fantasia," "Bambi" and other 1940s features before becoming a full-fledged animator with the 1953 film "Peter Pan."

    Among Stevens' other credits as an animator were "101 Dalmatians," "Winnie the Pooh and the Blustery Day," "Robin Hood," "Mary Poppins" and "Bedknobs and Broomsticks."
    http://movies.msn.com/movies/article.aspx?news=267604
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    He will be missed.

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      Sad... Some of my Favorite movies... As im sure for many others...
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        Re: Disney Animator Art Stevens Dies

        He will be missed
        :crazylegs

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          Great accomplishments and great man. Sorry to see another great animator go. All the best to his family.
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