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* Max Fleischer's ''WesternAnimation/GulliversTravels'': Animation director on the film--worked on the ending sequence where Gulliver is departing.

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* Max Fleischer's ''WesternAnimation/GulliversTravels'': Animation director Animator on the film--worked on the ending sequence where Gulliver is departing.



* WesternAnimation/MrBugGoesToTown: Was an animation director on the film. Worked on the opening sequence establishing all of the characters.

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* WesternAnimation/MrBugGoesToTown: Was an animation director on the film.film as well as the film's uncredited co-director. Worked on the opening sequence establishing all of the characters.


* Playhouse 90: Animated the title sequence.

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* Playhouse 90: Series/Playhouse90: Animated the title sequence.

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* WesternAnimation/FishFry: Oscar nominee starring WesternAnimation/AndyPanda.


Post-Lantz, he founded his own animation studio, Shamus Culhane Productions, which produced thousands of TV spots, including a particularly famous Muriel Cigar advertisement, and later on produced classic shows like RocketRobinHood, but it folded by the 1960's, allowing Culhane to find work at [[Creator/FamousStudios Paramount Cartoon Studios]]. After quitting (or fired, according to the Creator/RalphBakshi book "Unfiltered") Culhane worked on several made for TV specials and then went into semi-retirement. Later down the road, he published two acclaimed books: the instructional book ''Animation: From Script to Screen'' and his autobiography ''Talking Animals And Other People''. He was also lifelong friends with veteran animator Creator/GrimNatwick, all the way up to when Grim died, aged 100.

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Post-Lantz, he founded his own animation studio, Shamus Culhane Productions, which produced thousands of TV spots, including a particularly famous Muriel Cigar advertisement, and later on produced classic shows like RocketRobinHood, ''WesternAnimation/RocketRobinHood'', but it folded by the 1960's, allowing Culhane to find work at [[Creator/FamousStudios Paramount Cartoon Studios]]. After quitting (or fired, according to the Creator/RalphBakshi book "Unfiltered") Culhane worked on several made for TV specials and then went into semi-retirement. Later down the road, he published two acclaimed books: the instructional book ''Animation: From Script to Screen'' and his autobiography ''Talking Animals And Other People''. He was also lifelong friends with veteran animator Creator/GrimNatwick, all the way up to when Grim died, aged 100.



* RocketRobinHood: Did the first season.

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* RocketRobinHood: WesternAnimation/RocketRobinHood: Did the first season.


James "Shamus" Culhane (19081996) was a veteran animator and director. Considered one of the finest of the era, Culhane worked at almost every studio of the time, starting at Hearst and Creator/BrayStudios, moving on to [[Creator/MaxAndDaveFleischer Fleischer Studios]] and the Creator/UbIwerks studio, secured a job at Creator/{{Disney}}, made a brief return to Fleischers, had a very brief stint at [[WesternAnimation/LooneyTunes Warner Bros.]] in the Creator/ChuckJones unit, but the most important part of his career would have to be his tenure at the Creator/WalterLantz cartoon studio, where he directed some of the best shorts of the studio, including the WesternAnimation/WoodyWoodpecker short "WesternAnimation/TheBarberOfSeville", no. 43 on The50GreatestCartoons list.

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James "Shamus" Culhane (19081996) (November 12, 1908 February 2, 1996) was a veteran animator and director. Considered one of the finest of the era, Culhane worked at almost every studio of the time, starting at Hearst and Creator/BrayStudios, moving on to [[Creator/MaxAndDaveFleischer Fleischer Studios]] and the Creator/UbIwerks studio, secured a job at Creator/{{Disney}}, made a brief return to Fleischers, had a very brief stint at [[WesternAnimation/LooneyTunes Warner Bros.]] in the Creator/ChuckJones unit, but the most important part of his career would have to be his tenure at the Creator/WalterLantz cartoon studio, where he directed some of the best shorts of the studio, including the WesternAnimation/WoodyWoodpecker short "WesternAnimation/TheBarberOfSeville", no. 43 on The50GreatestCartoons list.


Post-Lantz, he founded his own animation studio, Shamus Culhane Productions, which produced thousands of TV spots, including a particularly famous Muriel Cigar advertisement, and later on produced classic shows like RocketRobinHood, but it folded by the 1960's, allowing Culhane to find work at [[FamousStudios Paramount Cartoon Studios]]. After quitting (or fired, according to the Creator/RalphBakshi book "Unfiltered") Culhane worked on several made for TV specials and then went into semi-retirement. Later down the road, he published two acclaimed books: the instructional book ''Animation: From Script to Screen'' and his autobiography ''Talking Animals And Other People''. He was also lifelong friends with veteran animator Creator/GrimNatwick, all the way up to when Grim died, aged 100.

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Post-Lantz, he founded his own animation studio, Shamus Culhane Productions, which produced thousands of TV spots, including a particularly famous Muriel Cigar advertisement, and later on produced classic shows like RocketRobinHood, but it folded by the 1960's, allowing Culhane to find work at [[FamousStudios [[Creator/FamousStudios Paramount Cartoon Studios]]. After quitting (or fired, according to the Creator/RalphBakshi book "Unfiltered") Culhane worked on several made for TV specials and then went into semi-retirement. Later down the road, he published two acclaimed books: the instructional book ''Animation: From Script to Screen'' and his autobiography ''Talking Animals And Other People''. He was also lifelong friends with veteran animator Creator/GrimNatwick, all the way up to when Grim died, aged 100.


James "Shamus" Culhane (19081996) was a veteran animator and director. Considered one of the finest of the era, Culhane worked at almost every studio of the time, starting at Hearst and Creator/BrayStudios, moving on to [[Creator/MaxAndDaveFleischer Fleischer Studios]] and the UbIwerks studio, secured a job at Creator/{{Disney}}, made a brief return to Fleischers, had a very brief stint at [[WesternAnimation/LooneyTunes Warner Bros.]] in the Creator/ChuckJones unit, but the most important part of his career would have to be his tenure at the Creator/WalterLantz cartoon studio, where he directed some of the best shorts of the studio, including the WesternAnimation/WoodyWoodpecker short "WesternAnimation/TheBarberOfSeville", no. 43 on The50GreatestCartoons list.

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James "Shamus" Culhane (19081996) was a veteran animator and director. Considered one of the finest of the era, Culhane worked at almost every studio of the time, starting at Hearst and Creator/BrayStudios, moving on to [[Creator/MaxAndDaveFleischer Fleischer Studios]] and the UbIwerks Creator/UbIwerks studio, secured a job at Creator/{{Disney}}, made a brief return to Fleischers, had a very brief stint at [[WesternAnimation/LooneyTunes Warner Bros.]] in the Creator/ChuckJones unit, but the most important part of his career would have to be his tenure at the Creator/WalterLantz cartoon studio, where he directed some of the best shorts of the studio, including the WesternAnimation/WoodyWoodpecker short "WesternAnimation/TheBarberOfSeville", no. 43 on The50GreatestCartoons list.



* Jack and the Beanstalk (Comicolor Cartoons): First stint for the UbIwerks studio. Co-directed with Al Eugster. Culhane himself animated the scene where the giant is trying to unsuccessfully light his pipe.

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* Jack and the Beanstalk (Comicolor Cartoons): First stint for the UbIwerks Creator/UbIwerks studio. Co-directed with Al Eugster. Culhane himself animated the scene where the giant is trying to unsuccessfully light his pipe.


* [invoked]WhatCouldHaveBeen: He was to have animated a few scenes with Honest John in ''Disney/{{Pinocchio}}'', but he left Disney before he could, so they were reassigned to his assistant Norman Tate.

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* [invoked]WhatCouldHaveBeen: WhatCouldHaveBeen: He was to have animated a few scenes with Honest John in ''Disney/{{Pinocchio}}'', but he left Disney before he could, so they were reassigned to his assistant Norman Tate.


* ''Disney/{{Pinocchio}}'': Animated a few Honest John and Gideon scenes.


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* [invoked]WhatCouldHaveBeen: He was to have animated a few scenes with Honest John in ''Disney/{{Pinocchio}}'', but he left Disney before he could, so they were reassigned to his assistant Norman Tate.


'''James "Shamus" Culhane''' (19081996) was a veteran animator and director. Considered one of the finest of the era, Culhane worked at almost every studio of the time, starting at Hearst and Creator/BrayStudios, moving on to [[Creator/MaxAndDaveFleischer Fleischer Studios]] and the UbIwerks studio, secured a job at Creator/{{Disney}}, made a brief return to Fleischers, had a very brief stint at [[WesternAnimation/LooneyTunes Warner Bros.]] in the Creator/ChuckJones unit, but the most important part of his career would have to be his tenure at the Creator/WalterLantz cartoon studio, where he directed some of the best shorts of the studio, including the WesternAnimation/WoodyWoodpecker short "WesternAnimation/TheBarberOfSeville", no. 43 on The50GreatestCartoons list.

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'''James James "Shamus" Culhane''' Culhane (19081996) was a veteran animator and director. Considered one of the finest of the era, Culhane worked at almost every studio of the time, starting at Hearst and Creator/BrayStudios, moving on to [[Creator/MaxAndDaveFleischer Fleischer Studios]] and the UbIwerks studio, secured a job at Creator/{{Disney}}, made a brief return to Fleischers, had a very brief stint at [[WesternAnimation/LooneyTunes Warner Bros.]] in the Creator/ChuckJones unit, but the most important part of his career would have to be his tenure at the Creator/WalterLantz cartoon studio, where he directed some of the best shorts of the studio, including the WesternAnimation/WoodyWoodpecker short "WesternAnimation/TheBarberOfSeville", no. 43 on The50GreatestCartoons list.


* Swing You Sinners (''{{Talkartoons}}''): First stint as an actual animator.

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* Swing You Sinners (''{{Talkartoons}}''): (''WesternAnimation/{{Talkartoons}}''): First stint as an actual animator.


* The Painter and the Pointer: An AndyPanda cartoon.

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* The Painter and the Pointer: An AndyPanda WesternAnimation/AndyPanda cartoon.

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* ''Disney/{{Pinocchio}}'': Animated a few Honest John and Gideon scenes.


''James "Shamus" Culhane'' (1908-1996) was a veteran animator and director. Considered one of the finest of the era, Culhane worked at almost every studio of the time, starting at Hearst and Creator/BrayStudios, moving on to [[Creator/MaxAndDaveFleischer Fleischer Studios]] and the UbIwerks studio, secured a job at Creator/{{Disney}}, made a brief return to Fleischers, had a very brief stint at [[WesternAnimation/LooneyTunes Warner Bros.]] in the Creator/ChuckJones unit, but the most important part of his career would have to be his tenure at the Creator/WalterLantz cartoon studio, where he directed some of the best shorts of the studio, including the WesternAnimation/WoodyWoodpecker short "WesternAnimation/TheBarberOfSeville", no. 43 on The50GreatestCartoons list.

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''James '''James "Shamus" Culhane'' (1908-1996) Culhane''' (19081996) was a veteran animator and director. Considered one of the finest of the era, Culhane worked at almost every studio of the time, starting at Hearst and Creator/BrayStudios, moving on to [[Creator/MaxAndDaveFleischer Fleischer Studios]] and the UbIwerks studio, secured a job at Creator/{{Disney}}, made a brief return to Fleischers, had a very brief stint at [[WesternAnimation/LooneyTunes Warner Bros.]] in the Creator/ChuckJones unit, but the most important part of his career would have to be his tenure at the Creator/WalterLantz cartoon studio, where he directed some of the best shorts of the studio, including the WesternAnimation/WoodyWoodpecker short "WesternAnimation/TheBarberOfSeville", no. 43 on The50GreatestCartoons list.


* MrBugGoesToTown: Was an animation director on the film. Worked on the opening sequence establishing all of the characters.

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* MrBugGoesToTown: WesternAnimation/MrBugGoesToTown: Was an animation director on the film. Worked on the opening sequence establishing all of the characters.

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