Kenneth B. "Ken" Anderson (March 17, 1909 – December 13, 1993) was an art director, screenwriter, and animator at Walt Disney Productions for 44 years. He studied architecture at the University of Washington, graduating with a B.Arch. in 1934. He was particularly influenced by faculty member Lionel Pries. With the delineation skills he learned in architecture school, he soon secured a position at Disney. He was a key player in some of the most well-known animated films such as Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs, Pinocchio, One Hundred and One Dalmatians, and The Jungle Book. He also worked on the development of Disneyland. He is a 1991 winner of the Disney Legends award for Animation & Imagineering.
Anderson died of a stroke at the age of 84.
Screenwriter (Feature Films)
- The Rescuers (1977)
- The Aristocats (1970)
- The Jungle Book (1967)
- Cinderella (1950)
- So Dear to My Heart (1948)
- Melody Time (1948)
Art director (Feature Films)
- The Sword in the Stone (1963)
- Symphony No. 6 section of Fantasia (1940)
- Pinocchio (1940)
- Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs (1937)
Production designer (Feature Films)
Story (Feature Films)
- The Story of Three Loves (1953)
Consultant (Feature Film)
- Peter Pan (1953)
Architect/designer (Theme Parks)
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