WR079 – Bill Plympton, ‘The Loneliest Stoplight’ & the Pioneers of Animation

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This week we sit down with Indie animation icon Bill Plympton and friend of the show, producer Adam Rackoff, to discuss their latest film, ‘The Loneliest Stoplight’ starring Patton Oswalt. Bill also speaks at length about the early days of animation, his favorite pioneers, and what animation continues to inspire him to this day.

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Some of Bill’s Favorite Animators:

Winsor McCay (1869-1934)

Max and Dave Fleischer (Max 1883-1972, Dave 1894-1979)

Tex Avery (1908-1980)

Bob Clampett (1913-1984)

 

 

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