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Maurice Noble

Maurice Noble



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Cast (feature film)

Magical World of Chuck Jones, The (1992)
Homage to animator Chuck Jones.

Art Director (feature film)

The Phantom Tollbooth (1970) as Production Design
A bored boy enters a fantasy world where letters and numbers are at war.

Animation (feature film)

Dumbo (1941) as Character Design
The stork delivers a baby elephant to Mrs Jumbo, veteran of the circus, but the newborn is ridiculed because of his truly enormous ears and dubbed "Dumbo". Dumbo is relegated to the circus' clown acts; it is up to his only friend, a mouse, to assist Dumbo to achieve his full potential.
Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs (1937) as Backgrounds
From the old fairy tale, a jealous queen attempts to get rid of her beautiful step-daughter, Snow White, who takes refuge with seven dwarfs in their forest home. The queen changes into a witch and tempts Snow White with a poisoned apple which puts her into an everlasting sleep, until a prince finds her in a glass coffin and awakens her with Love's First Kiss.

Visual Effects (feature film)

The Incredible Mr. Limpet (1964) as Sp piscatorial eff
A World War II 4-F saves the U.S. Navy when he's transformed into a dolphin.

Art Department (feature film)

Daffy Duck's Movie: Fantastic Island (1983) as Layout Classic Cartoons

Production Designer (feature film)

Bugs Bunny/Road Runner Movie, The (1979) as Production Designer
The Bugs Bunny/Road Runner Movie is basically a collection of Warner Bros. short cartoon features, "starring" the likes of Daffy Duck, Porky Pig and Wile.E.Coyote. These animations are interspersed by Bugs Bunny reminiscing on past events and providing links between the individual animations which are otherwise unconnected. The Road Runner feature at the end consists of sketches from various RR separates (well it does in the 78-minute version anyway).

Director (feature film)

The Dot and the Line (1965)
In this animated short, a straight line tries to woo a dot.
Cat's Me-Ouch, The (1965)
Sima, a 35-year-old woman, sets out on journey along with her husband and 5-year-old daughter. They are accompanied by Saba, a young widow who has recently lost her husband. During the trip Sima suspects that a secret relationship has developed between her husband and Saba. When they encounter a sto
Penthouse Mouse (1963)
A snooty woman hires Tom and Calaboose Cal to rid her apartment of Jerry in The Penthouse Mouse. McWolf fights a court case with Droopy presiding and a jury comprised of Twelve Angry Sheep. Tom''s birthday party is interrupted by insects in The Ant Attack.

Art Department (feature film)

Drafty, Isn't It? (1957)
Journalist Borat Sagdiyev leaves his native Kazakhstan to travel to America to make a documentary. As he zigzags across the nation, Borat meets real people in real situations with hysterical consequences. His backwards behavior generates strong reactions around him, exposing prejudices and hypocrisi

Director (feature film)

Bugs Bunny's Howl-O-Ween Special (1981)
New animation and excerpts from theatrical cartoons are used to tell how Bugs Bunny falls into the clutches of the evil witch, Hazel, while trick-or-treating.

Production Designer (feature film)

Daffy Duck's Thanks-for-Giving (1980) as Production Designer
When a resistant producer refuses to back a sequel to his 1953 cartoon classic "Duck Dodgers in the 24 1/2 Century," Daffy fights for the opportunity to showcase is career by presenting excerpts from all his "great films of the past." Finally worn down, the producer allows Daffy to star in "The Retu
Dr. Seuss on the Loose (1973)
A trilogy of allegorial classics by one of the world's best-known author of children's books. "The Sneetches," the first tale, is a comment against snobbery as seen through the boasting of the star-bellied Sneetches as they ostracize their plain-bellied counterparts; "The Zax" concerns a south-going
Dr. Seuss' How the Grinch Stole Christmas! (1966)
Bitter and hateful, the Grinch is irritated at the thought of the nearby village having a happy time celebrating Christmas. So disguised as Santa Claus with his dog Max made to look like a reindeer, he raids the village to steal all the Christmas things.

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