Contents

• WARD KIMBALL's introduction at the 1978 Annie Awards (Anim. P. 1)
• GRIM NATWICK's Memoria (Animation Page 2)
• DICK HUEMER's recollections about his career (Animation Page 3)
• JOE ADAMSON's interview concerning the Fleischers (Anim. Page 4)
• FILMOGRAPHY from Disney's (this page)
• OBITUARY from Daily Variety (Animation Page 6)
• DISNEY STUDIO IN W.W.II (Animation Page 7)

RMH at DisneyStudios, 2/23/48

Retirement picture, 1973

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Dick Huemer's Filmography

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The basic information came from the Walt Disney Archives, 12/10/91. Additional information is from the Internet Movie Database (imdb.com), to whom we also gave data. Some information is only available on this website. --Webmaster

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COLOR CODES: Disney, Mintz, Fleischer, other entity

DIRECTOR

Goofy and Wilbur (1939)

The Whalers (1938)

Scrappy's Auto Show (1933)

... aka Auto Show (1933)

Hollywood Babies (1933)

Sandman Tails (1933)

Movie Struck (1933)

World's Affair, The (1933)

Technocracked (1933)

Match Kid, The (1933)

False Alarm (1933)

Beer Parade (1933)

Scrappy's Party (1933)

Sassy Cats (1933)

Wolf at the Door, The (1932)

Bad Genius, The (1932)

Flop House (1932)

 

Great Bird Mystery, The (1932) ... aka Famous Bird Case, The (1932)

Black Sheep (1932)

Camping Out (1932)

Fare Play (1932)

Battle of the Barn (1932)

Stepping Stones (1932)

Pet Shop, The (1932)

Railroad Wretch (1932)

Treasure Runt, The (1932)

Minding the Baby (1932)

Chinatown Mystery, The (1932)

Showing Off (1931)

Dog Snatcher, The (1931)

Sunday Clothes (1931)

Little Pest (1931)

Yelp Wanted (1931)

Museum, The (1930)

WRITER

FEATURES

Alice in Wonderland (1951)

Peter and the Wolf (1946)

Make Mine Music (1946)

Saludos Amigos (1943)

Dumbo (1941)

The Reluctant Dragon (1941)

Fantasia (1940) (story director)

TV SHOWS (most dates are right)

An Adventure in Art (4/30/58) #5694

Tricks of Our Trade (2/13/57) #5664

The Plausible Impossible (10/31/56) #5644

The Story of the Animated Drawing (11/30/55) #5605

Concerto con Doodle (195?) (never aired)

The Roy Williams Show (c. 1950)

Peter and the Wolf (9/11/57 & 11/15/64)(story segments)

CARTOONS

Toot, Whistle, Plunk and Boom (1953)*

Melody (1953)

Chicken Little (1943)

Reason and Emotion (1943)

Education for Death (1942)

Der Fuehrer's Face (1942)*

The New Spirit (1942)

MISCELLANEOUS AT DISNEY'S

Books: Baby Weems; 20,000 Leagues Under the Sea; True Life Adventures

Newspaper features: True-Life Adventures (3/14/55 - 2/27/73); occasional others

Phono records: The Who-zis and the What-zis; Melody; Toot, Whistle, Plunk, and Boom; A Christmas Adventure in Disneyland; Mickey's Candy Mine

ANIMATOR

Wynken, Blynken and Nod (1938)

Lonesome Ghosts (1937)

Little Hiawatha (1937) ...aka Hiawatha (1937)

Mickey's Elephant (1936)

Alpine Climbers (1936)

Mickey's Rival (1936)

Mickey's Polo Team (1936)

Broken Toys (1935)

Music Land (1935)

Mickey's Garden (1935)

Water Babies (1935)

The Band Concert (1935)

The Tortoise and the Hare (1934)*

The Goddess of Spring (1934)

Peculiar Penguins (1934)

The Wise Little Hen (1934)

Funny Little Bunnies (1934)

The Grasshopper and the Ants (1934)

The China Shop (1934)

The Night Before Christmas (1933)

Giantland (1933)

The Steeplechase (1933)

The Pied Piper (1933)

Puppy Love (1933)

Lullaby Land (1933)

By the Light of the Silvery Moon (1927)

Koko In 1999 (1927)

Hell is Freezing Over (c. 1926)

Koko the Barber (1925)

Oh Mabel (1924)

[More for Fleischer, Associated Animators, and Raoul Barr - to be updated later.]

VITAL STATISTICS

Born January 2, 1898

Start at Disney: April 16, 1933

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Retirement: February 28, 1973

Died November 30, 1979

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* Denotes AMPAS ("Academy") Award.
See the Disney Legends page for a narrative biography.
Further biographical information appears on DVD #3 in Disney's Fantasia Anthology (ISBN 0-7888-2526-7), which also includes RMH's short films, Melody and the Academy award-winning Toot, Whistle, Plunk and Boom. In addition, anthology contains TV show excerpts by RMH (uncredited). Those TV shows appear in their entirety (properly credited) in the DVD Behind the Scenes at the Walt Disney Studio, issued in late 2002.

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