Volney White

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Volney White (20 May 1907 - 23 December 1966) was an American animator and director active in the late 1930s and early 1940s.[1] He worked at Romer Grey Pictures, Ltd which was launched in the spring of 1930, in Altadena, California, just north of Pasadena as studio supervisor.[2]

He went on to work with Norman McCabe at Warner Bros.[3] where he animated several classic black and white Looney Tunes cartoons.

Animation Department:

  • A-Lad-In Bagdad (1938) (animator)
  • Porky's Hare Hunt (1938) (animator)
  • Porky at the Crocadero (1938) (animator)
  • The Case of the Stuttering Pig (1937) (animator)
  • Speaking of the Weather (1937) (animator)
  • Porky's Building (1937) (animator)
  • Porky in the North Woods (1936) (animator)
  • Porky's Poultry Plant (1936) (animator)

As Director:

  • When Knights Were Bold (1941)
  • Hairless Hector (1941)
  • The Magic Pencil (1940)
  • Touchdown Demons (1940)
  • Love in a Cottage (1940)
  • Rover's Rescue (1940)
  • Wots All th' Shootin' fer? (1940)

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