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Dan Gordon (1897-1970) was a prolific animator, cartoonist, director and storyboard artist, most known for his work at Famous Studios and Hanna-Barbera.

Outside of animation, he was a prolific comic book artist, specializing in the Funny Animal and teen humor genres.

Should not be confused with the movie writer Dan Gordon.


    Animation Work 

1936

  • Cupid Gets His Man: Uncredited character designer.
  • Its a Greek Life: Director
  • An Arrow Escape: Uncredited animator.
  • Kiko and the Honey Bears: Uncredited animator.

1937

  • Pink Elephants: Uncredited writer
  • The Dog and the Bone: Uncredited writer

1939

1940

  • Way Back When A Razzberry Was a Fruit: Story artist
  • Springtime in the Rock Age: Story artist
  • The Dandy Lion: Story artist
  • Popeye Meets William Tell: Story artist
  • The Constable: Story artist

1941

1942

  • You're a Sap, Mr. Jap: Director
  • Eleventh Hour: Director
  • Fleets of Stren'th: Story artist
  • The Magnetic Telescope: Story artist
  • Terror on the Midway: Story artist

1943

  • Seein Red, White 'N' Blue: Director
  • Jungle Drums: Director
  • A Jolly Good Furlough: Director
  • The Hungry Goat: Director
  • Happy Birthdaze: Director
  • No Muttin Fer Nuttin': Uncredited director.

1944

  • Moving Aweigh

1949

  • The Mutineers: Writer, one of the very few live action films he worked on.

1950

  • The Showdown: Writer, another one of the very few live action films he worked on.

1957

1958

1959

1960

  • Here, Kiddie, Kiddie
  • The Flintstones: Credited on "The Flagstones", "The Flintstone Flyer" and "Hot Lips Hannigan" for story sketches, and was the story director for 54 episodes.

1961

  • Two-Faced Wolf: Story artist

1963

  • Whatcha Watchin'?: Layout artist

1964

  • Hey There, Its Yogi Bear!: Story artist
  • Jonny Quest: Story director for "The Invisible Monster" and "Turu the Terrible"
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    Comic Book Work 

1945

  • Cannonball Comics #1 and #2
  • Laffy Daffy Comics #1
  • Cookie (comics)

1946

  • Giggle Comics #33, Giggle Comics #40, #44, #62, #91: Notably the creator of the Super Katt segments of the book.

1949

  • Funny Films Comics

1954

  • Ha Ha Comics #93

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  • Punny Name: His comic book pen-name was the fitting abbreviation "Dang".
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