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If the black man in the center is Floyd Norman, he might be able to identify the rest. http://web.mac.com/floydnorman/MrFun2/Welcome.html
This is Snowball Prod.Bob Clampett's Beany and Cecil show 1962.
Nope, it's not me. It's my longtime partner and colleague, Leo Sullivan. Boy, he looks skinny.I worked with many of these people at both Disney and Hanna-Barbera. Lou Appet, Karlis Smiltens, Sammie June Lanham, Bill Southwood and producer, Art Scott (in suit) to name a few.In the second photo I can spot Steve Nakagawa, Carl Bell, Al Stetter and former union business rep, Bud Hester.
Anonymous + Floyd: Thanks!
That's correct, it is Bob Clampett's Snowball Productions. I used to drive over from Disney at noon. I met this beautiful young woman at the studio and we began to date. Boy, she was so cute, and I was so young and dumb.
And ... we don't even get to see that pretty lady!Darn! ;-)
Just remembered Bill Nunes. He's the guy in the center next to Lou appet.
My Uncle is on the top left (these two photos are actually the left and right side). Here is who he remembers:Top Row (left to right)Karl Smiltens,Sammy Lenham,Bill Southwood, Unknown,Art Scott (director),Carl Bell, UnknownBottom Row:Lou Appte, Bill Noons,Leo Sullivan,John Roth,Harry HesterKris(nephew of Karl Smiltens)
Wow, Bud (Harry) Hester was my great uncle, brother of Pearl Jones who was my grandmother. Nice to find some history on him.
Hello everyone, Im looking to find more information about Bill Nunes is anyone knows anything. Im not related to man (at least I don't think so). Im looking for just basic information, where was he born and how he got into animation. Perhaps a family member can help?Thank you.-Kevin Nunes
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