Gene Autry, by Tom Massey
Gene Autry

Tom Massey worked as an animator at Disney in the second half of the 1930s, and again in 1946. His credits include 'Snow White', 'Fantasia' and 'Uncle Remus'. He was Lyman Young's longtime assistant on his 'Tim Tyler's Luck' Sunday pages (1947-52). He also assisted on the 'Gene Autry' Sunday comic for General Features in the early 1950s. In comic books, Massey did art on such Dell/Western features as 'Range Rider', 'Texas Rangers', 'Leopard Girl' and 'Mabu, Jungle Boy' from the 1950s through the early 1970s.

More about Gene Autry at the Stripper's Guide blog

Last updated: 2008-04-25

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