Jim Fletcher

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Jim Fletcher (, Illinois - , Sherman Oaks, California)
Birth name /
full name
James Lawrence Fletcher
Nationality USA
Education/training Chicago Art Institute, 1954.
Animated films Disney Studios: Inbetweener 1954-1958 (Sleeping Beauty). - UPA, Format Films, Bob Clampett, Eagle Films, Warner Bros.: Animator 1958-1964 (Mr. Magoo, Alvin and the Chipmunks, Beany & Cecil, The Man from Button Willow, Daffy Duck, Road Runner). - Hanna-Barbera: Layout artist 1968-1974 (Dastardly and Muttley, Scooby-Doo, Josie and the Pussy Cats, Goober and the Ghost Chasers, Wheelie and the Chopper Bunch). - Filmation Associates: Art director 1974-1982 (The Young Sentinels, Heckle & Jeckle, Mighty Mouse in the Great Space Chase). - Marvel Productions: Storyboard artist 1983-1985 (Transformers, G.I. Joe). - Hanna-Barbera: Storyboard artist 1988-1989 (Yogi Bear). - Warner Bros. Television Animation: Storyboard artist and layout artist 1990-1998 (Tiny Toons, Animanics).
Comic-book, comic strips, illustrations Western Publishing: Comic-book artwork 1960-1965. Characters from Disney (Donald Duck) and Hanna-Barbera (The Jetsons). Also illustrations for colouring and activity books. - Disney Studios: Artwork for foreign-market comic-book stories 1963-1968 (Donald Duck, Uncle Scrooge, Mickey Mouse, Chip 'n' Dale, Li'l Bad Wolf, Madam Mim a.o.). - Artwork for Eternity Comics 1980s (no titles known). - Archie Comics: Artwork for Zen early 1990s.
External linksLambiek Comiclopedia, Papersera forum (in Italian)
Picture taken at the Disney Studios late 1950s.
Source: Jim Hill Media

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