"The Bear That Wasn't".
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Frank Tash | Tish Tash | F. Tashlin
6' 2" (1.88 m)
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[on Orson Welles, 1962]: I think Welles is great. There are no better pictures than "Citizen Kane" and "The Magnificent Ambersons". A few years ago, when I was working over at RKO, I saw the footage he had shot for that South American picture he never finished, "It's All True". A lot of it was in color. I don't know, I must've sat there maybe ten hours, and I just can't describe it to you. It was...
Introduced cinematic techniques to the animated cartoon, such as odd camera angles, montage and quickly paced editing (some shots lasting only five frames long).
His cartoons featured quick editing, wild and outrageous gags, and extremely odd angles