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  • Eric Larson
  • Eric Larson
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  • Eric Larson was a Senior Art Director at TL Partnership, a promotional advertising agency based in Dallas, Texas. A Star Wars fan, Eric Larson handled much of the design efforts when the PepsiCo food corporation created collectible promotions to coincide with the release of the Special Edition of the original trilogy in 1997. Larson notably created "Jabba's alphabet," a writing system in which coded messages would be written in pizza boxes for Pizza Hut. That alphabet was not used much in canon, but it did appear in the 2002 video game Star Wars: Racer Revenge. The thirthy-fifth issue of the Star Wars Insider magazine featured a four-page interview with Larson.
  • __NOEDITSECTION__ Image:Information-silk.png|Character Template rect 0 0 20 20 Staff Template desc none Eric Larson Real Name Unknown Job Titles Animator First publication Unknown
  • Eric Larson (born September 3, 1905) is an Animator for the Walt Disney Animation Studios starting in 1933 and is one of the "Disney's Nine Old Men."
  • Eric Larson (1905-1988) fue uno de los mejores animadores de la historia de Los Estudios Disney, inició en 1933 y es considerado uno de Los Nueve Ancianos de Disney. Él trabajó en muchas películas famosas como Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs,Fantasia,Bambi, Cinderella, Lady and the Tramp ,The Sword in the Stone entre otras. Se retiró de Disney en 1986 cuando terminó lla producción de la película The Great Mouse Detective y murió dos años después.
  • Eric Larson was an animator for the Walt Disney Studios starting in 1933 and was one of the "Disney's Nine Old Men". He worked on such films as Snow White, Fantasia, Bambi, Cinderella, Alice in Wonderland, Peter Pan, Lady and the Tramp, Sleeping Beauty, 101 Dalmatians, The Sword in the Stone and The Jungle Book. He retired from Disney in September 1986, after he finished working on The Great Mouse Detective, and died two years later.
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Spouse
  • Gertrude Larson
Name
  • Eric Larson
Years Active
  • 1933
Titles
  • Animator
SW
  • PepsiCo's 1997 Star Wars collectibles
Died
  • 1988-10-25
Occupation(s)
  • Animator
Occupation
  • Promotional designer
Born
  • 1905-09-03
  • Cleveland, Utah, United States
Nationality
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  • Eric Larson was a Senior Art Director at TL Partnership, a promotional advertising agency based in Dallas, Texas. A Star Wars fan, Eric Larson handled much of the design efforts when the PepsiCo food corporation created collectible promotions to coincide with the release of the Special Edition of the original trilogy in 1997. Larson notably created "Jabba's alphabet," a writing system in which coded messages would be written in pizza boxes for Pizza Hut. That alphabet was not used much in canon, but it did appear in the 2002 video game Star Wars: Racer Revenge. The thirthy-fifth issue of the Star Wars Insider magazine featured a four-page interview with Larson.
  • Eric Larson (1905-1988) fue uno de los mejores animadores de la historia de Los Estudios Disney, inició en 1933 y es considerado uno de Los Nueve Ancianos de Disney. Él trabajó en muchas películas famosas como Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs,Fantasia,Bambi, Cinderella, Lady and the Tramp ,The Sword in the Stone entre otras. En 1973 él diseñó su propió estudio de animación dentro de Los Estudios Disney, muchos de sus alumnos fueron grandes animadores y directores entre los que detacan Brad Bird, Ron Clements. John Musker, Tim Burton y John Lasseter entre muchos otros que llegaron a triufar en el mundo del cine animado. Se retiró de Disney en 1986 cuando terminó lla producción de la película The Great Mouse Detective y murió dos años después.
  • __NOEDITSECTION__ Image:Information-silk.png|Character Template rect 0 0 20 20 Staff Template desc none Eric Larson Real Name Unknown Job Titles Animator First publication Unknown
  • Eric Larson was an animator for the Walt Disney Studios starting in 1933 and was one of the "Disney's Nine Old Men". He worked on such films as Snow White, Fantasia, Bambi, Cinderella, Alice in Wonderland, Peter Pan, Lady and the Tramp, Sleeping Beauty, 101 Dalmatians, The Sword in the Stone and The Jungle Book. In 1973, he began a recruitment training program that brought a new generation of animators into the Disney studio. Many of well-known figures in animation today went through Larson's training program, including Brad Bird, Don Bluth, Chris Buck, Tim Burton, Randy Cartwright, Ron Clements, Andreas Deja, Gary Goldman, Dan Haskett, Glen Keane, Bill Kroyer, John Lasseter, John Musker, Phil Nibbelink, Richard Rich, John Pomeroy, Joe Ranft, Jerry Rees, Henry Selick, and Tad Stones among many others. He retired from Disney in September 1986, after he finished working on The Great Mouse Detective, and died two years later.
  • Eric Larson (born September 3, 1905) is an Animator for the Walt Disney Animation Studios starting in 1933 and is one of the "Disney's Nine Old Men."
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