Chuck Jones vs John Paul Jones

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Animator, Filmmaker, Cartoonist, Author, Artist, & Screenwriter
Scottish American Sailor
Net worth 2018
Film & Theater Personalities
Industry
Miscellaneous
Spokane
Residence
Kirkcudbrightshire
United States
Country
United States
21/09/1912
BirthDay
06/07/1747
February 22, 2002
Died On
July 18, 1792
Chouinard Art Institute
Education
NET WORTH STATISTIC
TIMELINE
2012

In 2012, the grand opening of ‘The Chuck Jones Experience’ was held at the ‘Circus Circus Las Vegas’

1996

In 1996, ‘From Hare to Eternity’ was released, which was Jones' final Looney Tunes cartoon

1992

In 1992, he directed the animated sequences, ‘Stay Tuned’ and ‘Mrs

1980

The 1980s and 1990s saw Jones donning different hats

1978

He then married Marian Dern after Dorothy died in 1978

1973

In 1973, Jones produced an animated version of the George Selden book, ‘The Cricket in Times Square’

1970

After MGM shut down the animation division in 1970, he established his studio, Chuck Jones Productions

1966

In 1966, he collaborated with Theodor Geisel, famously known as Dr

1963

In 1963, the studio was asked to produce ‘Tom and Jerry’ cartoons and the following year, the studio was acquired by MGM

1950

In 1950, Jones and his close associate Michael Maltese began to recreate Daffy Duck’s character, in a short called ‘Rabbit Fire’

1944

In 1944, he directed shorts like ‘The Weakly Reporter’, ‘Hell- Bent for Election’ and lesser known, ‘Angel Puss’

1942

In 1942, Jones directed ‘The Dover Boys’, breaking the old norms of animation and moving away from the traditional styles of Disney cartoons

1940

In the 1940s and 1950s, he created some of his most popular works such as ‘Marvin the Martian’, ‘Pepe LePew’, ‘the Road Runner’ and ‘Wile E

1938

In 1938, Jones directed his first cartoon ‘The Night Watchman’, followed by many slow and humourless works

1935

He was promoted to the position of animator in 1935 and started working with director, Tex Avery

1933

In 1933, he started working for ‘Leon Schlesinger Productions’ as an assistant animator

1905

In 1905, after more than a century later, his remains were found and brought to America by US warships, where he was buried with full honors at the Naval Academy Chapel, Annapolis, in 1913, which now stands as a national shrine

1792

John Paul Jones’ health deteriorated continuously while staying in Paris and he died on July 18, 1792 due to interstitial nephritis

1790

Thereafter, he returned to Paris in 1790 for the remaining of his life

1788

He served in the Russo-Turkish War for a brief period during 1788-89 and then discharged

1787

At the end of the American War, he was discharged and soon joined the Russian navy under Empress Catherine II in 1787

1779

He took command of a 42-gun frigate, ‘Bonhomme Richard’ (named in honor of Benjamin Franklin), in September 1779, along with four other ships and two privateers, to invade England, in the Battle of Flamborough Head

1777

George’s Channel, taking up several prizes, in November 1777

1776

He took charge of ‘Alfred’ as captain in November 1776 and cruised to Nova Scotia winning several prizes and acquiring winter clothing for American prisoners captured in coal mines there

1775

When the American Revolution broke out in 1775, he traveled to Philadelphia and joined the brand-new Continental Navy as first lieutenant on the warship ‘Alfred’

1773

He added ‘Jones’ to his name, believed to be adopted from Willie Jones of Halifax, California, when he went to America to escape the trial of a murder he had committed in 1773

1770

In 1770, he severely flogged one of the sailors who died a few weeks later

1768

However, he began hating the slave trade despite the job being lucrative and quit to join ‘John’ in 1768

1764

In 1764, John Paul Jones was hired as third mate on ‘King George’ and was later promoted as first mate on ‘Two Friends’ in 1766

1747

John Paul Jones was born as John Paul on July 6, 1747 in Arbigland estate, Kirkcudbrightshire, southwest Scotland, to John Paul, Sr