The Creator Of Sleeping Beauty Has Passed Away

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6-year-old Mattinson first became interested in animation after watching Pinocchio. After finishing high school, he joined the Walt Disney Company and within 6 months from the mail room, he joined the production staff of “Lady and the Tramp”.

Don Hall, one of the Disney directors who won the Oscar, said that he has made this honor with Bernie Mattinson for about 30 years for making popular animations including “Winnie the Pooh” to “Big Hero 6”. He said: “I was amazed by his art, I enjoyed his sense of humor and his memories of Disney history. He started his work at the age of 18 with the dream of working in the Disney animation production studio, and for almost 70 years, he has lived with this dream every day. lived.”

After his first collaboration, Mattinson worked with Marc Davis in Sleeping Beauty and One Hundred and One Dalamas, and then with Erik Larson in the television series Walt Disney World, The Sword in the Stone, Mary Poppins”, “The Jungle Book” and “Nobility”.

Mattinson was the main animator of two old and popular animations “Robin Hood” and “Winnie the Pooh and the Tigger” and directed the animation “Mickey’s Christmas Carol” in 1983 and “The Great Mouse Detective” in 1986.

During the 1990s, they contributed to contemporary Disney animations including Aladdin, The Lion King, Pocahontas, The Hunchback of Notre Dame, Tarzan, and Mulan.

Mattinson worked on more recent Disney projects, including “Winnie the Pooh,” “Big Hero 6,” and “Wonderland.”