Les Clark


When Les Clark retired from the animation industry in 1975 he had worked for Walt Disney Productions for almost half a century. He first met Walt Disney in 1925 at the candy store he was working for part-time, as Clark was still attending high school. A couple of years later, with no formal art training but an avid interest in the new medium of animation, he asked Walt for a job.

His portfolio consisted only of a few redrawn illustrations from the popular magazine College Humor, but Disney saw something in his lively line work, and so ...

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