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  1. en.wikipedia.org › wiki › Joe_GrantJoe Grant - Wikipedia

    Joseph C. Grant (May 15, 1908 – May 6, 2005) was an American animator, artist and writer. Biography [ edit ] Born in New York City, Grant worked for Walt Disney Animation Studios as a character designer and story artist beginning in 1932 on the Mickey Mouse short, Parade Of The Nominees (a cartoon never theatrically released but ...

  2. Joe Grant was an American Disney animator, artist, and writer, as well as a Disney Legend. [1] [2] [3] Grant was born in New York City and began working for Disney Studios in 1933, beginning with the Mickey Mouse short Mickey's Gala Premiere. He also created the Witch for Walt's first film Snow...

  3. 7 de may. de 2005 · El mundo de la animación ha perdido a una de sus leyendas con la muerte de Joe Grant, conocido como el artista que enseñó a 'Dumbo' a volar. El diseñador de personajes, guionista y maestro de...

  4. d23.com › walt-disney-legend › joe-grantJoe Grant - D23

    Legends Award Category: Animation. Year Inducted: 1992. Pictured above center, Joe Grant. Story artist Joe Grants lengthy career at The Walt Disney Studios came full circle. In 1940, he contributed to Fantasia and, 50 years later, he fathered the “flamingo with a yo-yo” concept for the “Carnival of the Animals” sequence featured in Fantasia 2000.

  5. www.imdb.com › name › nm0335469Joe Grant - IMDb

    Joe Grant. Writer: Fantasia. Joe Grant was born on 15 May 1908 in New York City, New York, USA. He was a writer, known for Fantasia (1940), Dumbo (1941) and Alice in Wonderland (1951). He was married to Jenny Grant. He died on 6 May 2005 in Glendale, California, USA.

  6. Joe Grant (15 de mayo de 1908 Nueva York, Estados Unidos - 6 de mayo de 2005 Glendale, California) fue un artista y escritor de Disney. Grant trabajó para The Walt Disney Company como diseñador de personajes y artista de historias a partir de 1932 en el corto de Mickey Mouse, Parade of the Award Nominees.

  7. 7 de may. de 2005 · El diseñador de personajes y guionista que trabajó en el desarrollo del elefante volador, "Blanca Nieves" y "Pinocho", dejó de existir el viernes 6 de mayo en Los Angeles.