Hardie Gramatky

Hardie Gramatky

  • Birthday: 1907-04-12
  • Deathday: 1979-04-29
  • Place of birth: Dallas, Texas, USA

Biography

Gramatky was a noted painter, author, illustrator and named one of America's greatest watercolorist by Andrew Wyeth.

Production

Birds in the Spring

1933

As Animation

Bugs in Love

1932

As Animation

The Bears and Bees

1932

As Animation

The Clock Store

1931

As Animation

The Spider and the Fly

1931

As Animation

Three Blind Mouseketeers

1936

As Animation

Thru the Mirror

1936

As Animation

The Night Before Christmas

1933

As Animation

The Fox Hunt

1931

As Animation

Old King Cole

1933

As Animation

King Neptune

1932

As Animation

The Robber Kitten

1935

As Animation

The China Plate

1931

As Animation Production Assistant

The Busy Beavers

1931

As Animation

Blue Rhythm

1931

As Animation

The Cat's Out

1931

As Animation

The Beach Party

1931

As Animation

Mickey's Orphans

1931

As Animation

The Ugly Duckling

1931

As Animation

The Bird Store

1932

As Animation

Flowers and Trees

1932

As Animation

Trader Mickey

1932

As Animation

Babes in the Woods

1932

As Animation

Father Noah's Ark

1933

As Animation

The Pied Piper

1933

As Animation

The Whoopee Party

1932

As Animation

The Klondike Kid

1932

As Animation

Mickey's Good Deed

1932

As Animation

The Mad Doctor

1933

As Animation

The Mail Pilot

1933

As Animation

Mickey's Mechanical Man

1933

As Animation

Mickey's Gala Premier

1933

As Animation

Shanghaied

1934

As Animation

Mickey Plays Papa

1934

As Animation

The Dognapper

1934

As Animation

The Flying Mouse

1934

As Animation

Who Killed Cock Robin?

1935

As Animation

Mickey's Kangaroo

1935

As Animation

Cock o' the Walk

1935

As Animation

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