Roger Armstrong

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Roger Armstrong (, Los Angeles, California - )
Birth name /
full name
Roger Joseph Armstrong
Nationality USA
Education/training Chouinard Art Institute, Los Angeles, 1938-1940 and 1946-1948.
Animated films Walter Lantz: Inbetweener 1944-1945 (no titles known). - Hanna-Barbera: Storyman 1972-1974 (Wait Till Your Father Gets Home).
Comic-book, comic strips, illustrations Western Publishing 1941-1944, 1946-1950: Comic-book artwork (and some scripts). Mainly Warner Bros. characters (Porky Pig, Bugs Bunny, Elmer Fudd, Mary Jane & Sniffles), but also a few Disney characters (Little Hiawatha, Seven Dwarfs, Li'l Bad Wolf, Pluto, Donald Duck). Artwork for the newspaper version of Bugs Bunny 1942-1944 (Sunday edition). - United Feature Syndicate 1950-1961: Artwork for newspaper strips. Ella Cinders 1950-1961 (script by Fred Fox), Napoleon 1950-1953 and 1958-1960 (script by Margot MacBride). - Western Publishing 1960-1970s: Comic-book artwork with characters from Hanna-Barbera (The Flintstones, Scooby Doo), DePatie Freleng (The Inspector) and Disney (Supergoof, Beagleboys). Artwork for the newspaper versions of Little Lulu 1963-1967 (script by Del Connell) and Bugs Bunny 1979-1981 and inks for The Flintstones 1961-1963 (artwork by Gene Hazelton). - Hanna-Barbera: Comic-book artwork 1977-1979 (The Flintstones). - Disney Studios: Pencils for the newspaper version of Scamp 1978-1984 (daily edition) and 1978-1989 (Sunday edition).
Other information, comments Along with his career as a cartoonist, he has been a succesful watercolour painter and art teacher.
External linkLambiek Comiclopedia

Source: Carl Barks & Co. # 9

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