2 wins & 3 nominations.
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Alice in Wonderland
(directing animator) / (directing animator: "Tweedledee and Tweedledum", "Cheshire Cat", "Mad Hatter", "The March Hare", "The Walrus" - uncredited)
(Short) (directing animator)
(Short) (animator - uncredited)
(animation supervisor - segment "The Pastoral Symphony")
(animation director) / (supervising animator: "Jiminy Cricket" - uncredited)
Introduction to Michael Broggie's book "Walt Disney's Railroad Story: The Small-Scale Fascination That Led to a Full-Scale Kingdom." Pasadena, California: Pentrex Media Group, ISBN 1563420066
The Firehouse Five Plus Two | Firehouse Five Plus Two
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(About his youth and working for Walt Disney) "We thought we were always going to be 21 years old. We thought we would always be putting goldfish in the bottled drinking water, balancing cups of water on the light fixtures, changing the labels on cans of sauerkraut juice. We were 21 years old, Walt was 30, leading the pack. Working there was more fun than any job I could ever imagine."
Kimball was known for his offbeat, irreverent sense of humor. He was a key promoter (if not the originator) of the urban legend that Walt Disney
was placed in cryogenic storage after his death. "People still constantly ask me if it's true that Walt's body is frozen and if he believed he could come back someday," Kimball told a journalist in 1973. "Well, it's such a dull world. So when I'm asked ...
Often animated the more humorous and occasionally cartoony characters such as The Mice in Cinderella