Art Stevens

Art Stevens (May 1, 1915 - May 22, 2007 Studio City, California, U.S.) was an American animator for The Walt Disney Company


Stevens began as an In-Betweener on the 1940 film Fantasia. After doing in-between work on several films, he received his first screen credit as a character animator was on Peter Pan in 1953. During his career, Stevens contributed to the storyboards and animation in many Disney cartoon shorts and feature films including Ward Kimball's critically acclaimed 1950s television documentaries Man in Space, Man and the Moon and Mars and Beyond. Stevens was also an animator on the Oscar-winning shorts Toot, Whistle, Plunk and Boom and It's Tough to Be a Bird. Stevens co-directed the 1977 film The Rescuers and co-produced and co-directed The Fox and the Hound in 1981. He also contributed story work during early production of The Black Cauldron. He retired in 1983 and died in 21 days after his 92nd birthday in 2007.


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