Ferdinand Horvath Movies List

Ferdinand Horvath
Ferdinand Horvath
28-08-1891
Budapest - Hungary
9
Old King Cole

Director Ferdinand Horvath Filmography

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      The Country Cousin
      The Country Cousin ( English )
      Director: Wilfred Jackson , David Hand , Ferdinand Horvath , Graham Heid
      Music Director: Leigh Harline
      Release date: 31-10-1936
      Three Blind Mouseketeers
      Director: Dave Hand , Jack Cutting , Ferdinand Horvath , David Hand , Jack Cutting
      Music Director: Albert Hay Malotte
      Release date: 26-09-1936
      Elmer Elephant
      Elmer Elephant ( English )
      Director: Wilfred Jackson , Graham Heid , Ferdinand Horvath
      Music Director: Leigh Harline , Leigh Harline
      Release date: 28-03-1936
      Broken Toys
      Broken Toys ( English )
      Artist: Tommy Bupp , J. Topete , J. Topete , Alice Ardell , Alice Ardell
      Music Director: Albert Hay Malotte
      Release date: 14-12-1935
      Mickey's Service Station
      Director: Ben Sharpsteen
      Release date: 15-03-1935
      The Band Concert
      The Band Concert ( English )
      Artist: Clarence Nash
      Director: Wilfred Jackson , Hugh Hennesy , Terrell Stapp
      Release date: 23-02-1935
      The Pied Piper
      The Pied Piper ( English )
      Director: Wilfred Jackson , Ferdinand Horvath
      Music Director: Leigh Harline
      Release date: 16-09-1933
      Lullaby Land
      Lullaby Land ( English )
      Artist: Anna Mae Fritz , Anna Mae Fritz , Anna Mae Fritz , The Three Rhythm Kings , George Gramlich
      Director: Wilfred Jackson , Charles Philippi , Hugh Hennesy , Ferdinand Horvath
      Music Director: Frank Churchill , Leigh Harline
      Release date: 19-08-1933
      Old King Cole
      Old King Cole ( English )
      Director: David Hand , Ferdinand Horvath
      Music Director: Frank Churchill , Bert Lewis
      Release date: 29-07-1933
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          Ferdinand Horvath Biography

          From Wikipedia France: His father, a merchant liqueurs and pastries, hopes to see his son take over his business but prefers Nandor begin studying engineering, he stopped in favor of that of Fine Arts by moving to Paris. That's when the outbreak of the First World War . He returned to Hungary to perform military service but he was captured by the Russian army which imprisons two and half years, the period Horvath wrote a book entitled Captured published in 1930. After an escape and an adventurous journey He joined Budapest and resumes fighting. In 1920, just married, it fails to live drawing and painting. Horvath The couple decided to emigrate to the United States, landing in New YorkNovember 11, 1921. Ferdinand survives as a window painter in the building but manages to find work in the studios of Paul Terry. After his US citizenship in 1927, he opted for work of a freelance illustrator and performs between 1929 and 1931, five collections of illustrations of the universe of traditional tales. Success is with go quickly: his watercolors, ink drawings of China and miniatures are presented in an exhibition at the Waldorf-Astoria. He joined the Disney Studios as an animator on 7 January 1933 at the request of Walt Disney who had been attracted by its representations of anthropomorphic animals and worked on short films of Silly Symphonies , giving a more European style with Disney movies. His first contribution was as an animator and layout artist on Old King Cole (1933). But his initial contract is a six-month trial period, which eventually lasted four years, but in part why his wife did not follow the California and continues to live in New York, resulting in significant rich correspondence information on his daily Disney studios. From summer 1934, he joined the project of Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs (1937) and made ​​many preparations including character studies and designs but also done similar work on short films of Mickey Mouse and the Silly Symphonies. In 1938 , he left Disney after participating in Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs. He joined the studio Screen Gems subsidiary of Columbia Pictures and worked on Krazy Kat and Color Rhapsodies . After World War II , he moved with his wife to Hollywood where they hold a store of wooden toys, porcelain objects and birdcages. In the 1950s they moved to Westminster West in Vermontwhile selling their products via mail but leave a few years later in California but Palm Springs where Ferdinand died in November 1973.

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