November 4, 1895
Tacoma, Washington, United States
|Died||December 20, 1980
Calistoga, California, United States
Sharpsteen created a museum documenting the history of California's first millionaire Sam Brannan, the history of the Upper Napa Valley as well as more on Sharpsteen's life and work at the Sharpsteen Museum located in Calistoga, California.
He died in Sonoma County, California.
- Pinocchio (1940 – supervising director)
- Dumbo (1941 – director)
- Seal Island (1948 – producer)
- Water Birds (1952 – director)
- Bear Country (1953 – producer)
- The Living Desert (1953 – producer)
- The Vanishing Prairie (1954 – producer)
- Men Against the Arctic (1955 – producer)
- White Wilderness (1958 – producer)
- Ama Girls (1958 – producer)
- The Best of Walt Disney's True-Life Adventures (1975 – producer)
- "Disney Legends - D23". Retrieved February 21, 2017.
- "Home - History Museum - Field Trip - Fun Events - Calistoga CA - Sharpsteen Museum". Retrieved February 21, 2017.
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