SMEE PRODUCTION DRAWINGS WALT DISNEY STUDIOS RED, GREEN, AND GRAPHITE PENCILS ON PEG HOLE PAPER, 1953. Original production animation drawings of Captain Hook and Mr. Smee in graphite, green, and red pencils from "Peter Pan, " 1953, Walt Disney Studios; Numbered 13 in pencil lower right; Production numbers stamp lower left; Mr. Smee drawing has been trimmed and applied; Unframed. Ha ha ha, you wouldn't dare fight old Hook man to man.You'd fly away like a cowardly sparrow. Barrie first used Peter Pan as a character in a section of the adult novel "The Little White Bird" in 1902. The play ran until 1913, and it was later adapted by Walt Disney for the animated feature film entitled, "Peter Pan, " in 1953.
Captain James Bartholomew Hook was initially designed by Milt Kahl animated by legendary Frank Thomas and Wolfgang Reitherman. Hook voiced by Hans Conried who was also the voice of George Darling, which is consistent with the roles of "Peter Pan" for the stage. Conried was a well known actor including roles on "I Love Lucy" where he played an English tutor as well as playing the character Wrongway Feldman on Gilligan's Island.
His voice was so distinctive and so memorable that he was perfect for the role of Captain Hook; as he had a wonderful way of conveying both the rough gruff pirate role as well and the sly calculating villain. From Disney animator Andreas Deja. Many of you would agree that Captain Hook is one of Frank Thomas' best creations.
To some Frank is the best animator who ever lived. He used live action reference for a number of his characters. In this case it was character actor Hans Conried who provided the voice and acting reference for Hook. Frank was very critical about the way other animators used live action.To him the acting ideas were all you needed, but you still had to pass judgement on the footage and interpret what the actor gave you. His animation never has that roto, floaty feel to it. For one thing Frank was way too talented and smart to let that happen.
Frank Thomas's first sketches of Captain Hook were much more menacing than the final product. Walt Disney felt the character was going to be too frightening for children and so Thomas toned down his drawings. The result is a wonderful character with comic overtones, and is one of the favorite male villains in the Disney film world. Also of note is that Captain Hook has also made more appearances in visual media than any of the Disney film Villains, combined! Size - Captain Hook & Mr.
Smee: 7 x 8", Sheet 12 1/2 x 15 1/2". Condition: See pictures of the actual drawings which are in excellent overall condition as shown above! All items we sell are from a smoke-free/mold-free home/workplace and are in excellent condition unless otherwise noted. I own every work pictured for sale and I stand behind every item.Please follow/bookmark me as a favorite and keep and keep checking back for more items for sale in the coming weeks. For now, please check out my other Animation Drawings and Cels and other original modern and contemporary artwork for sale! This item is in the category "Collectibles\Animation Art & Merchandise\Animation Art".
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