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Ted Berman (December 17, 1919 – July 15, 2001) was an American film director, animator, and screenwriter, known for his work with Disney, including Bambi, Fantasia, and The Black Cauldron.[1]

Ted Berman
Born(1919-12-17)December 17, 1919
DiedJuly 15, 2001(2001-07-15) (aged 81)
Resting placeHillside Memorial Park Cemetery
OccupationFilm director, animator, screenwriter
Years active1940s–1980s
Spouse(s)Jacqueline Berman

Early lifeEdit

Berman was born in East Los Angeles, California. He studied at the Chouinard Art Institute after growing up wanting to become an artist.

CareerEdit

Joining Disney in the 1940s, Berman started off as an animator, but focused on writing and directing in his later years. Berman was also a fine-arts painter. He served on the Disney staff for nearly 50 years. Berman worked on a number of successful theatrical releases by the Mouse House along with his work with The Wonderful World of Color and The Mickey Mouse Club. In the 1980s, he helped direct The Fox and the Hound and The Black Cauldron before he retired from Disney.

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DeathEdit

He died at 81 on July 15, 2001 at his home in Los Angeles from heart failure in his sleep, survived by his wife Jacqueline, children, and grandchildren.

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "Ted Berman". The New York Times.

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