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Bill Peet

Children’s publication illustrator and animator known for his efforts to “Cinderella,” “Dumbo,” “Fantasia,” “The 3 Caballeros,” “Music from the South,” “Thus Dear to My Center,” and other Disney movies. He failed most of his educational classes at Arsenal Complex SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL. He joined the ultimate phases on Walt Disney’s creative triumph of “Snow White colored as well as the Seven Dwarfs” from 1937. He illustrated over 35 children’s books. His family members was surviving in Grandview, Indiana, when he was created. He was wedded to Margaret Brunst from 1937 until his loss of life. He and Margaret got two sons called Stephen and Expenses Jr. He added to the computer animation for 1951’s “Alice in Wonderland,” which presented the tone of voice of Sterling Holloway .

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