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Bob Clampett

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on 9 May 2010

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He was born May 8 1913, San Diego, California The Clampett Award is named after the beloved animator and cartoonist Bob Clampett, director of countless popular Warner Bros. In his teens, Clampett designed the first Mickey Mouse doll for Walt Disney. B b Clampett
By: Matt Maghini He won the Annie award in 1988 Road to stardom Pied Piper Porky, Naughty Neighbors, Jeepers Creepers, Porky's Hotel, Wise Quacks, Porky's Picnic
Scalp Trouble, Polar Pals Kristopher Kolumbus Jr., Chicken Jitters, Porky's Movie Mystery, The Lone Stranger and Porky, The Daffy Doc, Porky in Egypt Porky's Naughty Nephew, Porky's Party
In 1937, Clampett was promoted to Director, and would, for the next nine years, direct some of the funniest and wildest cartoons ever produced. Beany and Cecil was one of the greatest shows ever. Before his animation days, Bob Clampett was a cartoonist for newspapers. In high school, he made a color cartoon strip about a nocturnal cat which was published in the Los Angeles Sunday Times Clampett attended Glendale's Harvard High School and when he graduated, he secured a job at the studio of Hugh Harman and Rudolf Ising where he worked on the studio's Looney Tunes. Clampett's work is often described as threatening, energetic, bizarre and childish. Many of his cartoons would end with the character waking from a dream-like state. Still, many of his cartoons have made their mark in the first golden age of Warner Bros' history. Porky Pig is an animated cartoon character in the Warner Bros. He was the first character created by the studio to draw audiences based on his star power, and the animators (particularly Bob Clampett). Porky continued to be popular with moviegoers and, more important, the Warners directors, who recast him in numerous everyman and sidekick roles. The Clampett Award is named after the beloved animator and caroonist Bob Clampett, director of counless popular Warner Bros. The End
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