“Rhapsody In Blue” November 16, 2007Posted by Jeff in Cartoons, Classical, George Gershwin, Jazz, Music.
Previously I posted Toot, Whistle, Plunk and Boom, in my opinion just about the best animated short ever produced by the Disney studios.
Too bad no one is willing or capable of producing quality 2D animation any more.
Written and directed by Eric Goldberg; artistic consultant Al Hirschfield. Art director Susan McKinsey Goldberg, layouts supervised by Rasoul Azadani, backgrounds supervised by Natalie Franscioni-Karp, visual effects supervised by Mauro Maressa.
Eric had originally planned to produce the short himself, but used the Disney staff to complete it when the feature that eventually became The Emperor’s New Groove was temporarily shut down.
Technorati tags: Rhapsody In Blue, Fantasia 2000, Walt Disney Studios, George Gershwin, Eric Goldberg, Al Hirschfield, Susan McKinsey Goldberg, Rasoul Azadani, Natalie Franscioni-Karp, Mauro Maressa, Chicago Symphony Orchestra, Bruce Broughton, Ralph Grierson