Jack King1895 — 1958 Age: 62 years old
“I was born in Birmingham, Ala., where Al Jolson first heard the name of ‘Mammy.’ I became restless at the age of four and decided to become a millionaire. In 1914 I worked with Barre, who was starting work in the animating field. Along came 1917 and the U.S. joined the Allies. Years after the Armstice I was driving a truck which ran into a Ford. The man driving the latter turned out to be one of the world’s greatest humorists. His name was Walt Disney. Of course Walt’s ambition was to get even with me for running into him. so when he formed his Mickey Mouse organization he sent for me. I’m putting one over on Walt though and am enjoying it.” -published in the June 20, 1931 edition of The Motion Picture Daily
November 4, 1895, Birmingham, Alabama , U.S.A.
October 4, 1958
1931 Mickey's OrphansAnimation 1932 Flowers and TreesAnimation 1933 Three Little PigsAnimation 1937 Modern InventionsDirector 1938 Good ScoutsDirector 1938 Donald's Golf GameDirector 1939 Donald's Cousin GusDirector 1940 Mr. Duck Steps OutDirector 1940 Fire ChiefDirector 1941 Chef DonaldDirector 1941 Old MacDonald DuckDirector 1942 Donald's Snow FightDirector 1943 The Old Army GameDirector 1947 Donald's DilemmaDirector 1948 Donald's Dream VoiceDirectorLimited to the 15 most popular items