Phil DeLara

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Phil DeLara
Born 1914
United States
Died 1973
Nationality American
Area(s) Animator

Phil DeLara (1914 - 1973) was a Warner Bros. animator and Disney comics, MGM and Hanna-Barbera artist.

As an animator, he worked on Bugs Bunny, Porky Pig and Daffy Duck and later on Speedy Gonzales, The Tasmanian Devil, among others. At Western publishing, he was the main artist of Disney's Chip 'n' Dale comics, but also drew Donald Duck, Gyro Gearloose and Uncle Scrooge as well as Mickey Mouse comics for the foreign-market Disney Studio stories.


  • Jerry Bails, The Who's Who of American comic.
  • Chi é Phil Delara ?, Alberto Becattini in Zio Paperone (Italian Uncle Scrooge comic-book), 1998 [it].
  • Phil DeLara by T. Lappoussière, Biography in Backup 9, 2001 (part 1) and Bibliography in Backup 12, 2002 (part 2) [fr].
  • Phil DeLara in Donaldisten solohefte 1, 1983 [no].
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