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John Canemaker on Two Guys Named Joe

Friday, October 01, 2010

John Canemaker, director of the film animation program at New York University’s Tisch School of the Arts, talks about two great animators: Joe Grant and Joe Ranft. Two Guys Named Joe: Master Animation Storytellers Joe Grant & Joe Ranft explains their unique influences on storytelling during two important periods in the history of animation.

Lady and The Tramp Movie Poster

Courtesy of John Canemaker

Drawings by: Joe Grant and Joe Ranft

Lady and The Tramp

Courtesy of John Canemaker

Drawings by: Joe Grant and Joe Ranft

Drawings by: Joe Grant and Joe Ranft
A Bug's Life

Courtesy of John Canemaker

Drawings by: Joe Grant and Joe Ranft

A Bug's Life

Courtesy of John Canemaker

Drawings by: Joe Grant and Joe Ranft

A Bug's Life

Courtesy of John Canemaker

Drawings by: Joe Grant and Joe Ranft

A Bug's Life

Courtesy of John Canemaker

Drawings by: Joe Grant and Joe Ranft

A Bug's Life

Courtesy of John Canemaker

Drawings by: Joe Grant and Joe Ranft

Courtesy of John Canemaker

Drawings by: Joe Grant and Joe Ranft

John Canemaker

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Comments [1]

Tribeca Mike from Ducking Rain Drops

One of my favorite films is Disney's "The Reluctant Dragon" (1941), on which Joe Grant worked. A terrific film.

Oct. 01 2010 11:52 AM

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