Tony Strobl

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Tony Strobl (, Cleveland, Ohio - , Northridge, California)
Birth name /
full name
Anthony Joseph Strobl
Nationality USA
Education/training Cleveland School of Art 1933-1937.
Animated films Disney Studios 1938-1941: Inbetweener and animator on Donald Duck, Mickey Mouse, Fantasia (the Pastoral Symphony segment), Pinocchio, Dumbo and The Reluctant Dragon. - Walt Disney Television Animation 1987-1989: Storyman on Ducktales.
Comic-book, comic strips, illustrations Western Publishing 1947-1968: Artwork for most Disney characters, especially Donald Duck. Artwork for other funny-animal characters 1949-1962: Mainly Warner Bros. (Bugs Bunny, Daffy Duck, Porky Pig, Tweety & Sylvester a.o.) but also Walter Lantz (Woody Woodpecker). Main artist on The Jetsons 1963-1968. From 1954 his stories were inked by other artists, primarily John Liggera and Steve Steere. - Disney Studios 1963-1987: Artwork for foreign-market comic-book stories, partly to with own scripts (Donald Duck, Junior Woodchucks a.o.). Occasional ghost artist for Manuel Gonzales on the newspaper version of Mickey Mouse (Sunday edition) 1978-1979. Artwork for the newspapar version of Donald Duck (daily and Sunday editions) 1986-1987. Also artwork for children's books and merchandising.
Other information, comments Military service and commercial artist 1941-1947.
External linkLambiek Comiclopedia

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