Horst von Möllendorff
Horst von Möllendorff (April 26, 1906 – December 17, 1992) was a German cartoonist who was "drafted" to work for the Nazi's animated short industry. He was hired as a result of former commercial animator Hans Fischerkoesen not being able to come up with adequate story ideas for his short films. Horst was pulled from his job as a popular Berlin newspaper cartoonist to become a gagman for the animation industry.
Möllendorff received authorship for at least three films, they include:
- Verwitterte Melodie - (Weather-beaten Melody) (1942)
- Der Schneemann - (The Snowman) (1943)
- Hochzeit im Korallenmeer - (Wedding in the Coral Sea) (1945)
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