Jim Smith (animator)

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Jim Smith (born James Carl Jobb October 8, 1954, Lubbock, Texas)[1] is an American animator and musician. He worked on Mighty Mouse: The New Adventures with his long-time working partner John Kricfalusi. Smith later briefly worked on Tiny Toon Adventures, and then along with Kricfalusi, Bob Camp, and Lynne Naylor, he founded Spümcø where he co-created The Ren and Stimpy Show and The Ripping Friends. He is also the one playing the guitar for the Ren and Stimpy theme in the intro. His performance name is Jelly-Roel, Jelly Roll.

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  1. ^ Texas Births, 1926-1995, James Carl Jobb