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I know Jen is in the theatre in Colonel Homer when Homer chokes on the ice, but I think she drew that herself.
What has so far been the most fun animation gig for you, Mark?
500 episodes, about 200 good ones.
The episode "Whacking Day'' curiously aired the same day as Seinfeld's "The Contest'', which deals with a different kind of whacking.
Mr Colangelo, did you ever know Tibor Belay? I always notice his name because of its usage in 'Marge gets a job' as "The guy who doesn't speak english". I believe he was hungarian, like Ishtvan Majoros.
Tibor's an actual guy??
If there was an animator named Zutroy, I'm gonna lose it!
Sorry folks, double post.
Last edited by zartok-35; 07-01-2012 at 12:33 AM.
He's even on facebook!
Last edited by zartok-35; 07-01-2012 at 04:05 AM.
lookin' good tibor
Last edited by Mark Colangelo; 07-02-2012 at 03:48 PM.
Excellent feedback; thanks Mark! On The Simpsons, Tibor always did lots of animation for Wes Archer, and then he left after season 6. I wonder what he thought of the Tibor gags on "Marge gets a job".
Mr Colangelo, have you freelanced on any other newer episodes of The Simpsons? You've showed us the scene from 'Moe baby blues', but as far as I know, you weren't credited for your work. Are there any other episodes you might not have been credited on?
EDIT: I just recalled that the year of production for the 14th season was a memorable time at Film Roman Studios -- the artists there finally voted to join the Animation Guild.
Last edited by Mark Colangelo; 07-06-2012 at 04:14 AM.
If I recall correctly, someone on the "Simpsons Bible Stories" commentary said it was ten scenes for a credit.
I just wanted to say this is a very informative thread. I love behind-the-scenes animation trivia like this, especially when the people who actually worked on the show shed some light and/or validate/disprove statements from the fans.
Mark's comments pretty much validate that Jeffrey Lynch was one of the great directors on the show, along with David Silverman. Mark, did you have much contact with Jim Reardon? He's one of my favorites, too; "Treehouse of Horror V" in particular has great direction.
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