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* At one point in ''Disney/SnowWhiteAndTheSevenDwarfs'', Grim decided to just ditch the rotoscope method for Snow White. The scene of her racing downstairs to check on the soup is all just naturally drawn by him. Walt Disney never found out and singled it out as one of the best examples of human animation in the film.

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* At one point in ''Disney/SnowWhiteAndTheSevenDwarfs'', ''WesternAnimation/SnowWhiteAndTheSevenDwarfs'', Grim decided to just ditch the rotoscope method for Snow White. The scene of her racing downstairs to check on the soup is all just naturally drawn by him. Walt Disney never found out and singled it out as one of the best examples of human animation in the film.

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* At one point in ''Disney/SnowWhiteAndTheSevenDwarfs'', Grim decided to just ditch the rotoscope method for Snow White. The scene of her racing downstairs to check on the soup is all just naturally drawn by him. Walt Disney never found out and singled it out as one of the best examples of human animation in the film.


* Grim's animation of the Witch in WesternAnimation/TheThiefAndTheCobbler. Supremely well drawn, and flawlessly animated, a culmination of a lifetimes experience in animation, as well as the guidance of his student/director RichardWilliams. The most stunning thing that he was ''90 years old'' when he tackled this challenge.

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* Grim's animation of the Witch in WesternAnimation/TheThiefAndTheCobbler. ''WesternAnimation/TheThiefAndTheCobbler''. Supremely well drawn, and flawlessly animated, a culmination of a lifetimes experience in animation, as well as the guidance of his student/director RichardWilliams.Creator/RichardWilliams. The most stunning thing that he was ''90 years old'' when he tackled this challenge.


* Grim's animation of the Witch in WesternAnimation/TheThiefAndTheCobbler. Supremely well drawn, and flawlessly animated, a culmination of a lifetimes experience in animation, as well as the guidance of his student/director RichardWilliams. The most stunning thing that he was ''90 years old'' when he tackled this challenge.

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* Grim's animation of the Witch in WesternAnimation/TheThiefAndTheCobbler. Supremely well drawn, and flawlessly animated, a culmination of a lifetimes experience in animation, as well as the guidance of his student/director RichardWilliams. The most stunning thing that he was ''90 years old'' when he tackled this challenge.challenge.
* The fact that Grim lived to the grand old age of 100 is pretty awesome in its own right.


* Grim's animation of the Witch in TheThiefAndTheCobbler. Supremely well drawn, and flawlessly animated, a culmination of a lifetimes experience in animation, as well as the guidance of his student/director RichardWilliams. The most stunning thing that he was ''90 years old'' when he tackled this challenge.

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* Grim's animation of the Witch in TheThiefAndTheCobbler.WesternAnimation/TheThiefAndTheCobbler. Supremely well drawn, and flawlessly animated, a culmination of a lifetimes experience in animation, as well as the guidance of his student/director RichardWilliams. The most stunning thing that he was ''90 years old'' when he tackled this challenge.

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