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Born in Anaheim, California, on August 13, 1914, Art Moore (Ernst Arthur Moore) is a writer, director, and animator. Find out about Art Moore’s job, family, dating/affairs, height, age, and physical characteristics. Find Out How Much Money He Has This Year and How Much He Spends? See how He acquired the majority of Art Moore’s wealth as well.

Popular AsErnst Arthur Moore
Age91 years old
Net Worth$1 Million – $5 Million
Zodiac SignLeo
Born13 August 1914
Birthday13 August
BirthplaceAnaheim, California, USA
Date of death25 October, 2005
Died PlaceTarzana, California, USA

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With the growth of television, Art established “Arthur Moore Studios,” producing several kid-friendly cartoon shows. Among these was The Adventures of Spunky and Tadpole (1958), which ran for 150 episodes on national television between the late 1950s and the mid-1960s. At this same period, Art was starting his writing career. In addition to creating his children’s cartoon series, he also started penning short tales and had a monthly piece in Film Magazine. Following the publication of multiple short stories and the interest a publisher expressed in his debut novel, Art decided to abandon his profession as an animator, shut down his animation studio, and transition into the role of “author.”He was also a well-known writer. Art wrote 130 short stories, 15 novels, and

children’s books as well as several poems that were released over a thirty-year period starting in the early 1960s. He wrote mysteries, science fiction, westerns, spy thrillers, and science fiction in addition to his well-researched historical works. Along with his lifetime of published cartoons, he also showcased his brilliantly sardonic sense of humor in his mystery and detective stories, many of which were published in Alfred Hitchcock’s Mystery Magazine.

His employment at Disney lasted until December 1941, when he and several other Disney animators were enlisted in the United States Army Signal Corps. In this capacity, he served as Director of Animation during the war, creating animated instructional videos for soldiers serving in World War II. Following the war, Lieutenant Moore returned to Los Angeles.

and two of his Disney “buddies” started their own Hollywood animation studio. “Royal Titles” produced animation for commercial films and supplied titles for the film business.

Art joined the crew working on some of Disney’s most well-known feature picture productions, such as Fantasia (1940), Pinocchio (1940), Dumbo (1941), and Bambi (1942), after working on Mickey Mouse and Donald Duck cartoons.

His cartooning helped him land a job at Walt Disney Studios in 1939, where he worked as an animator.

On August 13, 1914, in Anaheim, California, Arthur (Art) Moore—a cartoonist, animator, author, and poet—was born. Whatever he tried his hand at, he always seemed to find success. Born and raised in Los Angeles, his cartoons began to appear in The Los Angeles Times, the city’s premier newspaper, while he was a student at Hollywood High School.

Examiner of Angeles. After he graduated, the Examiner employed him full-time because they were impressed by the cynical but extremely amusing perspective on life that was represented in his cartoons.
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