Milt Kahl - Pencil Tests


Milt Kahl





PENCIL TESTS

The Rescuers (1977)





(This scene does not appear in the film.)
Source: Deja View

With Ollie Johnston's Scenes


With Frank Thomas & Ollie Johnston's Scenes


video
Source: Michael Sporn Animation, Inc., Part 1 & Part 2

Crowd Scenes


Source: Deja View

The Many Adventures of Winnie the Pooh (1977)




Robin Hood (1973)



Source: Deja View


Source: Deja View

The AristoCats (1970)





Source: Deja View

The Jungle Book (1967)











Source: Deja View

The Sword in the Stone (1963, with Frank Thomas' scenes)

Source: Deja View


Source: Inspector Cleuzo

One Hundred and One Dalmatians (1961)





video
Source: Michael Sporn Animation, Inc., Part 1 & Part 2

Source: Michael Sporn Animation, Inc.

Sleeping Beauty (1959)


Lady and the Tramp (1955)
Source: Deja View


Peter Pan (1953)
 With Harvey Toombs & Eric Larson (Peter Pan's scenes),
with Hal Ambro, Ken O'Brian & Harvey Toombs (Wendy's scenes).
Tinker Bell's scenes animated by Marc Davis & Les Clark.

Source: Deja View
Saludos Amigos (1942)

Source: Michael Sporn Animation, Inc., Part 1, Part 2, Part 3, Part 4, Part 5 & Part 6

Pinocchio (1940)


Source: Deja View

On Ice (1935)
With Paul Allen, Art Babbitt, Johnny Cannon, Norman Ferguson, Eric Larson,
John McManus, Webb Smith, Fred Spencer, Don Towsley & Marvin Woodward's scenes

Mickey's Fire Brigade (1935)
With Paul Allen, Grim Natwick, Fred Spencer, Bill Tytla & Cy Young's scenes


3 Comments:

Truica Madalin said...

Hi Peter!
I uploaded that Llama scene with the right timing and soundtrack http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VEW_DJ_ko1c
Thanks for your hard work!
Long live hand draw animation!

Nagy Péter said...

Big THANK YOU, Truica! :)

Alex said...

Congratulation Peter,

Your site looks terrific, and is easy to navigate. I like the layout & structure. Kudos for putting up so much work for the animation community. Keep it up, man.


alex

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