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Of course, the film has to start with Walt
riding a toy train around the studio.
Two storyboard guys sitting in the middle of the studio.
Storyboard: the walrus grabs a clam.
Ward Kimball in a funny jacket.
The actor posing as the Walrus for the camera.
Walt in a funny pose.
The Walrus & Carpenter sequence.
Walt and Winston Hibler. Hibler eventually narrated
most of the Disneyland shows and True-Life adventures.
Flowers from storyboard to final film.
Walt gives a demo of the animation camera and
seems to be wrinkling the cels as he does this.
Walt operating an animation camera. Ludicrous.
Walt and Kathryn Beaumont (who’s
supposed to be doing schoolwork.)
Kathryn Beaumont and Ed Wynn.
John Lounsbery on the right. The other animator looks to be
Fred Moore. Older and heavier than we’ve seen him in the past.
Ed Wynn as the Mad Hatter.
More of wacky Ward Kimball pretending to draw.
Kathryn Beaumont and Jerry Colonna.
Jerry Colonna leads us into pencil test of the scene.
This scene was animated by Ward kimball & Cliff Nordberg.
John Lounsbery is on the left.
I’m not sure who the other two are.
The cards in action in the film.
One of the highlights of the film is this dancer doing
march steps for the cards – to be studied.
The multiplane camera in operation.
The cameraman at the top always looks a bit devilish.
No “how animation is made” film would be complete
without the sound effects guys making a racket.
Walt and Wilfred Jackson.
Walt going over some artwork with
John Hench (L) and Claude Coats (center)
Thanks to Hans Bacher and Gunnar Andreassen for identifying them.
Before riding his toy train into the sunset, Walt sits
in front of his real toy, the multiplane camera.