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John Pomeroy - Career
... at Disney, he met fellow animators Don Bluth and Gary Goldman, and began working with them on an independent short film project, Banjo the Woodpile Cat ... In 1979 he, Bluth, Goldman and several other Disney animators left the studio to form the independent studio Don Bluth Productions (later to become Bluth Group ... financial difficulties and declared bankruptcy in 1984, but reformed soon after as Sullivan Bluth Studios and opened a major animation facility in Dublin, Ireland ...
American Animation - Trends - Don Bluth
... See also Sullivan Bluth Studios Don Bluth's company had been driven to bankruptcy twice once, as Don Bluth Productions, after the disappointing box office take of The Secret of NIMH coincided with an animator's ... Bluth formed Sullivan Bluth Studios with backing from businessman Morris Sullivan, while film director Steven Spielberg—a long-time animation fan ... Bluth's 1988 follow-up The Land Before Time was a slightly bigger hit, grossing $48,092,846 ($94.5 million in today's dollars) and spawning 12 sequels ...
Staff Infection - Episode Notes - Callbacks/running Jokes
... ought to check myself into a men's penal colony." Illusions When Lucille Bluth explains that "It's important to the company that I keep up the image of my ... You don't have time for my illusions.") Hey Brother! When Buster starts working at the Bluth Company, he says "Hey Co-worker" to a passing employee ... Michael refers to the Bluth Company employees as "sheep." The bus that carries the Bluth Company employees to Catalina is called "The Good Shepherd." In Catalina, the ...
Toby Bluth
... Fred "Toby" Bluth is an American who has worked on many Disney films and others as animator, Background artist and Production designer ... Bluth’s artwork is prominently displayed at most of the Disney theme parks around the world ... He is the younger brother of Don Bluth, who he has collaborated on both theater and animation ...
Making A Stand - Episode Notes - Hidden/background Jokes
... father?" At which point, Lucille walks in, having just had a face lift, and the Bluth brothers start screaming ... The Bluth/Moreno Company Gob's hypothetical Colombian and Bluth collaborative venture's name is an anagram for 'Bluth No More', possibly a reference to the show's fate after the announcement that the ... The Bluth family's inability to use a hammer has been seen across many episodes, starting with Gob in "Top Banana," and including Michael and Maeby in "Afternoo ...