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Chuck Jones

Animator, Filmmaker, Cartoonist, Author, Artist, & Screenwriter
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Net worth 2018: $700,000
Residence: Spokane
Country: United States
BirthDay: 21 September 1912
Sigh: Libra
Died On: February 22, 2002
Education: Chouinard Art Institute
BIOGRAPHY

Chuck Jones was bornon 21 September 1912 in Spokane, American, is Animator, Filmmaker, Cartoonist, Author, Artist, & Screenwriter. ‘Animation isn't the illusion of life, it is life!’ was one of the famous quotes by Chuck Jones who carved a niche for himself outside the famous Walt Disney studios. He brought life to cartoons with his prolific animation skills. A young Jones started his endeavours by using the wasted stationery of his father and set out to make it big in the world of animation. He started off by washing cels and then tip-toed his way to turn Warner Bros. into a big animation studio and left behind a great repertoire of work. Later, he went on to produce the famous ‘Tom and Jerry’ series with MGM Studios and also adapted the Dr. Seuss books into animation films. He once said remarking on his cartoon creations that ‘Bugs is an aspiration. Daffy is a realization’. The quote reflected how he drew from human traits and represented them in his cartoons. In his later years, he chose to pass on his skills through lectures and seminars and also inspired films like ‘The Emperor's New Groove’ and ‘Lilo & Stitch’. Jones passed away leaving behind an unmatched legacy in the field of animation and cartoons.

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

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