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  • Robert Fred Moore est un dessinateur et animateur américain, né le 7 septembre 1911 et mort le 23 novembre 1952. Membre historique des studios Disney, il est connu pour son travail sur le style et l'animation de Mickey Mouse, notamment le modèle créé en 1938 pour la séquence de L'Apprenti sorcier dans Fantasia (1940).
  • thumb|234px Robert Fred Moore (1911-1952) fue un artista y animador de The Walt Disney Studios. Es descrito como un dibujante con talento y muy perseverante.
  • Moore is best known for being the resident specialist in the animation of Mickey Mouse. He is most notable for redesigning the character in 1938 for his landmark role as The Sorcerer's Apprentice in Fantasia, a look which remains Mickey's official look to this day. His animation of the earlier Mickey design was especially memorable in the 1938 short The Brave Little Tailor, the last significant appearance of the "pie-eyed" Mickey.
  • Fred Moore is a former NASCAR driver from Pensacola, FL. He competed in three Nextel Cup Series events in his career, earning one top-ten. Moore's debut came in 1951, when he competed at Darlington. Starting 81st in the massive field of eighty-two, Moore had little luck in the race as he only completed a quarter of the race and finished a disappointing 72nd.
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Date de naissance
  • 1911-09-07
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  • Fred Moore
Nom de naissance
  • Robert Fred Moore
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Lieu de décès
  • Burbank, Californie
Date de décès
  • 1952-11-23
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  • Fred Moore au travail.
Lieu de naissance
  • Los Angeles, Californie
Nom
  • Fred Moore
Profession
  • Animateur de dessins animés et dessinateur
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  • Disney Legends
âge au décès
  • 41
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  • Moore is best known for being the resident specialist in the animation of Mickey Mouse. He is most notable for redesigning the character in 1938 for his landmark role as The Sorcerer's Apprentice in Fantasia, a look which remains Mickey's official look to this day. His animation of the earlier Mickey design was especially memorable in the 1938 short The Brave Little Tailor, the last significant appearance of the "pie-eyed" Mickey. Moore's other significant work at the studio included The Three Little Pigs, on which he was the principal animator; animation supervision of the dwarfs in Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs; most of Lampwick in Pinocchio (all of the poolroom scene and until halfway through his transformation to a donkey); and Timothy the mouse in Dumbo. Moore animated some scenes of the mice from Cinderella, some of the later scenes of the White Rabbit in Alice In Wonderland, and did the mermaids in the Mermaid Lagoon for Peter Pan. Moore was well-known around the studio for his drawings of innocently sexy, often nude, women, referred to as "Freddie Moore Girls." Some of his girl designs found their way into Disney films: for example, the centaurettes in Fantasia and the teenage girls in the "All the Cats Join In" segment of Make Mine Music. (In "All The Cats Join In", Moore personally animated the sequence at the beginning, when the girl answers the telephone and then quickly showers and dresses, through to her scene putting on lipstick in front of her mirror). Moore's enduring influence can also be seen in the design of Casey's daughters in the 1954 short Casey Bats Again. His girl drawings remain iconic and influential. A model sheet for Ariel in the 1989 Disney film The Little Mermaid made specific distinctions between the design of that character and a "Freddie Moore Girl." Moore's drawings and design style have come to epitomize the formative years of the studio in between Ub Iwerks' departure in 1931 and the ascension of the "Nine Old Men," after which studio design was dominated by animator Milt Kahl, along with storyboard artist Bill Peet, and later production designer Ken Anderson. During the 1930s, Moore, Art Babbitt, Norm Ferguson, Bill Tytla, and Ham Luske were the dominant Disney animators whose pioneering work culminated in 1937 with the breakthrough of Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs. Moore was a close friend of fellow animators Ward Kimball and Walt Kelly, though he apparently had a quieter and more reserved nature than either of them. Many surviving gag drawings by Kelly from the period of Pinocchio show Kimball as the corrupt Lampwick, with boyish Moore as Pinocchio. Moore and Kimball were also caricatured as song and dance men in the 1941 Mickey Mouse short "The Nifty Nineties." Moore makes a brief (and quiet) live-action appearance in the 1941 feature The Reluctant Dragon, along with Kimball and animator Norm Ferguson during one of the studio tour sequences. He talked little about his family. His daughters were Sue Moore and Melinda Moore. Later on, his daughter Sue had married and had another daughter named Kelly Hall, who now resides in Tacoma, Washington with her two children.
  • Robert Fred Moore est un dessinateur et animateur américain, né le 7 septembre 1911 et mort le 23 novembre 1952. Membre historique des studios Disney, il est connu pour son travail sur le style et l'animation de Mickey Mouse, notamment le modèle créé en 1938 pour la séquence de L'Apprenti sorcier dans Fantasia (1940).
  • Fred Moore is a former NASCAR driver from Pensacola, FL. He competed in three Nextel Cup Series events in his career, earning one top-ten. Moore's debut came in 1951, when he competed at Darlington. Starting 81st in the massive field of eighty-two, Moore had little luck in the race as he only completed a quarter of the race and finished a disappointing 72nd. Moore's other two races came in 1953, when he came out swinging. He started the year off right at his home track of Pensacola, driving a solid race and finishing in the 10th place. He wasn't too shabby either later in the year, driving to an 18th in his career finale at Wilson.
  • thumb|234px Robert Fred Moore (1911-1952) fue un artista y animador de The Walt Disney Studios. Es descrito como un dibujante con talento y muy perseverante.
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