Comic Creator

Toni Pagot

Antonio Pagotto

(16 December 1921 - 7 July 2001, Italy)  Italy

Toni  Pagot

Micromino, by Toni Pagot (1986)

Toni Pagot is one of the creators of the famous 'Calimero' character. He began his career together with his older brother Nino, working in comics, animation and advertising art. After the War, the two brothers made 'I Fratelli Dinamite', one of the first Italian animation films. They also collaborated on several television series, mainly for Hanna-Barbera. In 1963, they created 'Calimero', one of the most famous Italian cartoon characters. In the 1970s, Toni Pagot returned to comics and began a collaboration with Il Corriere dei Ragazzi and Il Giornalino. For the latter, he created 'Micromino', which he continued until the 1990s.

Micromino, by Toni Pagot (1986)


Last updated: 2012-08-24

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