Mickey Mouse by Dick Hall
Mickey Mouse (W MM130-01)

Dick Hall was a funny animal artist at Dell Publishing from 1947 to 1956. He illustrated numerous stories with Walter Lantz characters, such as 'Andy Panda & Charlie Chicken', 'Woody Woodpecker' and 'Oswald', as well as two 'Mickey Mouse' stories for Disney. He briefly returned to Disney comics in the early 1970s, illustrating 'Beagle Boys' stories for Gold Key's Beagle Boys comic book, as well as some 'Mickey Mouse' and 'Goofy' stories. Hall has illustrated crime strips for Lev Gleason and Hillman in the mid-1940s. Dick Hall was also an animator at Fleisher, Iwerks, Terrytoons, Famous Studios, Hanna-Barbera, and Filmation, but also for US Army training films.

Last updated: 2008-11-28

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