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Fred Moore joined the Walt Disney studio in 1931 as an assistant and later became a full-fledged animator in 1933, his first major assignment being the Oscar-winning Silly Symphony short ''Disney/ThreeLittlePigs'' During that time, Moore refined the design of WesternAnimation/MickeyMouse to make him more flexible and expressive, including giving him a pear-shaped body (which debuted in ''Disney/PlutosJudgementDay'') and fixed white eyes with black pupils (which were made for the "Sorcerer's Apprentice" sequence from ''Disney/{{Fantasia}}'').

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Fred Moore joined the Walt Disney studio in 1931 as an assistant and later became a full-fledged animator in 1933, his first major assignment being the Oscar-winning Silly Symphony short ''Disney/ThreeLittlePigs'' ''WesternAnimation/TheThreeLittlePigs'' During that time, Moore refined the design of WesternAnimation/MickeyMouse to make him more flexible and expressive, including giving him a pear-shaped body (which debuted in ''Disney/PlutosJudgementDay'') and fixed white eyes with black pupils (which were made for the "Sorcerer's Apprentice" sequence from ''Disney/{{Fantasia}}'').


'''Fred Moore''' (1911-1952) was an animator at the [[Creator/{{Disney}} Walt Disney Studios]] who is largely responsible for the look and feel that Disney is most known for.

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'''Fred '''Robert Fred "Freddie" Moore''' (1911-1952) was an animator at the [[Creator/{{Disney}} Walt Disney Studios]] who is largely responsible for the look and feel that Disney is most known for.



-->''"Somebody like that who has this natural gift for a medium just comes along once in a thousand years, I think."''
--->--'''Creator/AndreasDeja''', ''Disney/SnowWhiteAndTheSevenDwarfs'' Signature Collection Featurette, "Bringing Snow White to Life"

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-->''"Somebody -->'''Creator/AndreasDeja:''' Somebody like that who has this natural gift for a medium just comes along once in a thousand years, I think."''
--->--'''Creator/AndreasDeja''', ''Disney/SnowWhiteAndTheSevenDwarfs''
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--->--''Disney/SnowWhiteAndTheSevenDwarfs''
Signature Collection Featurette, "Bringing Snow White to Life"


Around the studio staff, Fred was best known for drawing [[InnocentFanserviceGirl innocently nude women]], dubbed "Freddie Moore girls", that many of the staff artists wanted a sketch of. Some of these girl designs wound up in some of Disney's films, including the alluring centaurettes in ''{{Disney/Fantasia}}'', the teenage girls in ''Disney/MakeMineMusic'' (where he singlehandedly animated the scene where a girl showers and dresses while her little sister follows her) and the mermaids from ''Disney/PeterPan''.

Moore left the Disney studio for a while in 1946 to work at Creator/WalterLantz Productions, where he helped slick up the design for WoodyWoodpecker in what would be the wacky bird's best-known films. After the Lantz studio closed its doors for a brief time in 1948, Moore returned to Disney for the rest of his career.

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Around the studio staff, Fred was best known for drawing [[InnocentFanserviceGirl innocently nude women]], dubbed "Freddie Moore girls", that many of the staff artists wanted a sketch of. Some of these girl designs wound up in some of Disney's films, including the alluring centaurettes in ''{{Disney/Fantasia}}'', ''Disney/{{Fantasia}}'', the teenage girls in ''Disney/MakeMineMusic'' (where he singlehandedly animated the scene where a girl showers and dresses while her little sister follows her) and the mermaids from ''Disney/PeterPan''.

Moore left the Disney studio for a while in 1946 to work at Creator/WalterLantz Productions, where he helped slick up the design for WoodyWoodpecker WesternAnimation/WoodyWoodpecker in what would be the wacky bird's best-known films. After the Lantz studio closed its doors for a brief time in 1948, Moore returned to Disney for the rest of his career.



* InnocentFanserviceGirl

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* InnocentFanserviceGirlChildProdigy: He joined Disney at the age of 20, with an application consisting not of a portfolio, but a series of drawings done on supermarket paper bags. His talent helped him quickly rise to become one of the most important animators in Disney history.
-->''"Somebody like that who has this natural gift for a medium just comes along once in a thousand years, I think."''
--->--'''Creator/AndreasDeja''', ''Disney/SnowWhiteAndTheSevenDwarfs'' Signature Collection Featurette, "Bringing Snow White to Life"
* InnocentFanserviceGirl: The Freddie Moore girls.


Fred Moore joined the Walt Disney studio in 1931 as an assistant and later became a full-fledged animator in 1933, his first major assignment being thge Oscar-winning Silly Symphony short ''Disney/ThreeLittlePigs'' During that time, Moore refined the design of MickeyMouse to make him more flexible and expressive, including giving him a pear-shaped body (which debuted in ''Disney/PlutosJudgementDay'') and fixed white eyes with black pupils (which were made for the "Sorcerer's Apprentice" sequence from ''{{Disney/Fantasia}}'').

When Walt Disney began working on the studios first feature film, ''Disney/SnowWhiteAndTheSevenDwarfs'', he was brought in to refine the designs of the dwarfs to make them more appealing and easier to animate. These designs were the basis of what would be called the "Golden Age" of Disney animation. His next assignment would be the lead animator for Lampwick in ''{{Disney/Pinocchio}}'', who was essentially a self-caricature.

Around the studio staff, Fred was best known for drawing innocently nude women, dubbed "Freddie Moore girls", that many of the staff artists wanted a sketch of. Some of these girl designs wound up in some of Disney's films, including the alluring centaurettes in ''{{Disney/Fantasia}}'', the teenage girls in ''Disney/MakeMineMusic'' (where he singlehandedly animated the scene where a girl showers and dresses while her little sister follows her) and the mermaids from ''Disney/PeterPan''.

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Fred Moore joined the Walt Disney studio in 1931 as an assistant and later became a full-fledged animator in 1933, his first major assignment being thge the Oscar-winning Silly Symphony short ''Disney/ThreeLittlePigs'' During that time, Moore refined the design of MickeyMouse WesternAnimation/MickeyMouse to make him more flexible and expressive, including giving him a pear-shaped body (which debuted in ''Disney/PlutosJudgementDay'') and fixed white eyes with black pupils (which were made for the "Sorcerer's Apprentice" sequence from ''{{Disney/Fantasia}}'').

''Disney/{{Fantasia}}'').

When Walt Disney began working on the studios studio's first feature film, ''Disney/SnowWhiteAndTheSevenDwarfs'', he was brought in to refine the designs of the dwarfs to make them more appealing and easier to animate. These designs were the basis of what would be called the "Golden Age" of Disney animation. His next assignment would be the lead animator for Lampwick in ''{{Disney/Pinocchio}}'', ''Disney/{{Pinocchio}}'', who was essentially a self-caricature.

Around the studio staff, Fred was best known for drawing [[InnocentFanserviceGirl innocently nude women, women]], dubbed "Freddie Moore girls", that many of the staff artists wanted a sketch of. Some of these girl designs wound up in some of Disney's films, including the alluring centaurettes in ''{{Disney/Fantasia}}'', the teenage girls in ''Disney/MakeMineMusic'' (where he singlehandedly animated the scene where a girl showers and dresses while her little sister follows her) and the mermaids from ''Disney/PeterPan''.



* {{NSFW}}: His drawings of nude women.

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* InnocentFanserviceGirl
* {{NSFW}}: His drawings of nude women.women, though rather ironic given that it was all done ''within'' work.


Sadly, Moore died as a result of a car accident on November 23, 1952, after animating Mickey one last time in ''The Simple Things'' and Casey's daughters in ''Casey Bats Again''. Ollie Johnston, one of DisneysNineOldMen and an apprentice under Moore in the late 1930s, personally kept his pencil taped to his window as a memento. Moore posthumously received the Winsor [=McCay=] award in 1983 and was named a Disney Legend in 1995. He is also mentioned prominently in the book ''Literature/TheIllusionOfLife''.

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Sadly, Moore died as a result of a car accident on November 23, 1952, after animating Mickey one last time in ''The Simple Things'' and Casey's daughters in ''Casey Bats Again''. Ollie Johnston, one of DisneysNineOldMen Creator/DisneysNineOldMen and an apprentice under Moore in the late 1930s, personally kept his pencil taped to his window as a memento. Moore posthumously received the Winsor [=McCay=] award in 1983 and was named a Disney Legend in 1995. He is also mentioned prominently in the book ''Literature/TheIllusionOfLife''.


* TheDanza: Moore voiced a caricature of himself alongside fellow animator Ward Kimball in the Mickey Mouse short ''The Nifty Nineties''.



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'''Fred Moore''' (1911-1952) was an animator at the [[{{Disney}} Walt Disney Studios]] who is largely responsible for the look and feel that Disney is most known for.

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'''Fred Moore''' (1911-1952) was an animator at the [[{{Disney}} [[Creator/{{Disney}} Walt Disney Studios]] who is largely responsible for the look and feel that Disney is most known for.



* {{NSFW}}: His drawings of nude women.

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* {{NSFW}}: His drawings of nude women.women.
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Sadly, Moore died as a result of a car accident on November 23, 1952, after animating Mickey one last time in ''The Simple Things'' and Casey's daughters in ''Casey Bats Again''. Ollie Johnston, one of DisneysNineOldMen and an apprentice under Moore in the late 1930s, personally kept his pencil taped to his window as a memento. Moore posthumously received the Winsor [=McCay=] award in 1983 and was named a Disney Legend in 1995. He is also mentioned prominently in the book TheIllusionOfLife.

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Sadly, Moore died as a result of a car accident on November 23, 1952, after animating Mickey one last time in ''The Simple Things'' and Casey's daughters in ''Casey Bats Again''. Ollie Johnston, one of DisneysNineOldMen and an apprentice under Moore in the late 1930s, personally kept his pencil taped to his window as a memento. Moore posthumously received the Winsor [=McCay=] award in 1983 and was named a Disney Legend in 1995. He is also mentioned prominently in the book TheIllusionOfLife.
''Literature/TheIllusionOfLife''.


'''Fred Moore''' (1911-1932) was an animator at the [[{{Disney}} Walt Disney Studios]] who is largely responsible for the look and feel that Disney is most known for.

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'''Fred Moore''' (1911-1932) (1911-1952) was an animator at the [[{{Disney}} Walt Disney Studios]] who is largely responsible for the look and feel that Disney is most known for.


->''"He was such a help to other guys. Guys would come in his room and say, 'Fred, how would you do this?' Fred would say, 'Well, here!' -- and he'd show them. He didn't lecture, he just did it."''
-->--'''Larry Clemmons''', veteran Disney storyman



When Walt Disney began working on the studios fist feature film, ''Disney/SnowWhiteAndTheSevenDwarfs'', he was brought in to refine the designs of the dwarfs to make them more appealing and easier to animate. These designs were the basis of what would be called the "Golden Age" of Disney animation. His next assignment would be the lead animator for Lampwick in ''{{Disney/Pinocchio}}'', who was essentially a self-caricature.

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When Walt Disney began working on the studios fist first feature film, ''Disney/SnowWhiteAndTheSevenDwarfs'', he was brought in to refine the designs of the dwarfs to make them more appealing and easier to animate. These designs were the basis of what would be called the "Golden Age" of Disney animation. His next assignment would be the lead animator for Lampwick in ''{{Disney/Pinocchio}}'', who was essentially a self-caricature.



Sadly, Moore died as a result of a car accident on November 23, 1952, after animating Mickey one last time in ''The Simple Things'' and Casey's daughters in ''Casey bats Again''. Ollie Johnston, one of DisneysNineOldMen and an apprentice under Moore in the late 1930s, personally kept his pencil tapes to his window as a memento. Moore posthumously received the Winsor [=McCay=] award in 1983 and was named a Disney Legend in 1995. He is also mentioned prominently in the book TheIllusionOfLife.

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Sadly, Moore died as a result of a car accident on November 23, 1952, after animating Mickey one last time in ''The Simple Things'' and Casey's daughters in ''Casey bats Bats Again''. Ollie Johnston, one of DisneysNineOldMen and an apprentice under Moore in the late 1930s, personally kept his pencil tapes taped to his window as a memento. Moore posthumously received the Winsor [=McCay=] award in 1983 and was named a Disney Legend in 1995. He is also mentioned prominently in the book TheIllusionOfLife.



* TheDanza: Moore voiced a caricature of himself alongside fellow animator Ward Kimball in ''The Nifty Nineties''.

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* TheDanza: Moore voiced a caricature of himself alongside fellow animator Ward Kimball in the Mickey Mouse short ''The Nifty Nineties''.


Sadly, Moore died as a result of a car accident on November 23, 1952, after animating Mickey one last time in ''The Simple Things'' and Casey's daughters in ''Casey bats Again''. Ollie Johnston, one of DisneysNineOldMen and an apprentice under Moore in the late 1930s, personally kept his pencil tapes to his window as a memento. Moore posthumously received the Winsor [=McCay=] award in 1983 and was named a Disney Legend in 1995.

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Sadly, Moore died as a result of a car accident on November 23, 1952, after animating Mickey one last time in ''The Simple Things'' and Casey's daughters in ''Casey bats Again''. Ollie Johnston, one of DisneysNineOldMen and an apprentice under Moore in the late 1930s, personally kept his pencil tapes to his window as a memento. Moore posthumously received the Winsor [=McCay=] award in 1983 and was named a Disney Legend in 1995.
1995. He is also mentioned prominently in the book TheIllusionOfLife.


Moore left the Disney studio for a while in 1946 to work at Creator/WalterLantz Productions, where he helped slick up the design for Woody Woodpecker in what would be the wacky bird's best-known films. After the Lantz studio closed its doors for a brief time in 1948, Moore returned to Disney for the rest of his career.

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Moore left the Disney studio for a while in 1946 to work at Creator/WalterLantz Productions, where he helped slick up the design for Woody Woodpecker WoodyWoodpecker in what would be the wacky bird's best-known films. After the Lantz studio closed its doors for a brief time in 1948, Moore returned to Disney for the rest of his career.

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'''Fred Moore''' (1911-1932) was an animator at the [[{{Disney}} Walt Disney Studios]] who is largely responsible for the look and feel that Disney is most known for.

Fred Moore joined the Walt Disney studio in 1931 as an assistant and later became a full-fledged animator in 1933, his first major assignment being thge Oscar-winning Silly Symphony short ''Disney/ThreeLittlePigs'' During that time, Moore refined the design of MickeyMouse to make him more flexible and expressive, including giving him a pear-shaped body (which debuted in ''Disney/PlutosJudgementDay'') and fixed white eyes with black pupils (which were made for the "Sorcerer's Apprentice" sequence from ''{{Disney/Fantasia}}'').

When Walt Disney began working on the studios fist feature film, ''Disney/SnowWhiteAndTheSevenDwarfs'', he was brought in to refine the designs of the dwarfs to make them more appealing and easier to animate. These designs were the basis of what would be called the "Golden Age" of Disney animation. His next assignment would be the lead animator for Lampwick in ''{{Disney/Pinocchio}}'', who was essentially a self-caricature.

Around the studio staff, Fred was best known for drawing innocently nude women, dubbed "Freddie Moore girls", that many of the staff artists wanted a sketch of. Some of these girl designs wound up in some of Disney's films, including the alluring centaurettes in ''{{Disney/Fantasia}}'', the teenage girls in ''Disney/MakeMineMusic'' (where he singlehandedly animated the scene where a girl showers and dresses while her little sister follows her) and the mermaids from ''Disney/PeterPan''.

Moore left the Disney studio for a while in 1946 to work at Creator/WalterLantz Productions, where he helped slick up the design for Woody Woodpecker in what would be the wacky bird's best-known films. After the Lantz studio closed its doors for a brief time in 1948, Moore returned to Disney for the rest of his career.

Sadly, Moore died as a result of a car accident on November 23, 1952, after animating Mickey one last time in ''The Simple Things'' and Casey's daughters in ''Casey bats Again''. Ollie Johnston, one of DisneysNineOldMen and an apprentice under Moore in the late 1930s, personally kept his pencil tapes to his window as a memento. Moore posthumously received the Winsor [=McCay=] award in 1983 and was named a Disney Legend in 1995.

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* TheDanza: Moore voiced a caricature of himself alongside fellow animator Ward Kimball in ''The Nifty Nineties''.
* {{NSFW}}: His drawings of nude women.

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