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Living Lines Library: One Hundred and One Dalmatians (1961) - Final Backgrounds

© Walt Disney Productions © Buena Vista Distribution Company Backgrounds: Al Dempster, Ralph Hulett, Anthony Rizzo & Bill Layne Colo.

Pongo helps his pet, Roger, get ready to take a walk in the park.

Reportedly Walt Disney hated this cartoon animation. He said it was too much like pencil drawings and not nearly up to par from his past masterpieces. But that IS WHY I love the movie!

Are Roger and Anita the Most Hipster Disney Couple

Are Roger and Anita the Most Hipster Disney Couple

"It just dawned on me how classy the couple from 101 Dalmatians was." But of course they were, they owned dalmatians.

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Story artist Bill Peet boarded all of Dalmatians" by himself. He had definite ideas about the construction and flow of the story, but B.

Drawing by Milt Kahl 101 dalmatians

Animator Avi Blyer has shared these with us, thanks Avi. This is one of the best scenes of Pongo in the Dalmatians".

Quite frequently in animation if you think about it and analyze the situation doing a scene the straight, subtle way is ultimately not the best approach to take. Sometimes you’ve got to be bold, be…

12. John Lounsbery

Quite frequently in animation if you think about it and analyze the situation doing a scene the straight, subtle way is ultimately not the best approach to take.

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the-disney-elite: “ Milt Kahl’s character studies for Pongo from Walt Disney’s 101 Dalmatians.

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