Wednesday, April 4, 2012

Sharing Animation - Pedro (Hamilton Luske - Walt Disney Studios, 1943)

This week I'm finally trying to get back on schedule again! So to do so, I'm choosing an animation not very much for it's technique, that most of people agree that is exquisite, but for the purpose of inspiration only! After all, I am sharing these animations as a source of inspiration and entertainment!

This is one of those animated shorts that many of us watched as a child, maybe sometimes didn't even know very well the meaning of it, and certainly not the work behind it, but we were thrilled anyway! I remenber watching and loving this short, and still now, not only for the nostalgia but also for the great quality of storytelling and animation, I love to watch it! Pedro, Mama Plane and Papa Plane! Just love it.

The animation I bring today is Pedro from Walt Disney Studios, directed by Hamilton Luske. Animated by Luske himself, John Meador, Fred Moore, Bill Tytla and Ward Kimball (for those who knows or are interested in animation history and WDS history, there are some great, huge master names in that animators list!).

You can look out for more about this short in the cool website The Encyclopedia of Disney Animated Shorts.

But as for me, I leave you with Pedro, by Hamilton Luske.

Check out the other short movies from the Sharing Collection HERE!!

See you next week (maybe this week!) with another greatly inspirational animation!

No copyright and related rights infringements are intended with these sharings, all these animations are properties from their respective authors or studios always credited in the post.

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