Interview with Joseph Barbera [sound recording]

Title
Interview with Joseph Barbera [sound recording]
Author
Barbera, Joseph.
Publication
1996.

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AudioSupervised useUse in library*MGZMT 3-2035 [transcript]Performing Arts Research Collections - Dance
AudioUse in libraryAvailable*MGZTC 3-2035 [sound cassette]Performing Arts Research Collections - Dance

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Additional Authors
Baytos, Betsy.
Description
1 sound cassette (60 min.) +
Donor/Sponsor
National Initiative to Preserve American Dance.
Alternative Title
  • Dance Audio Archive.
  • Dance Oral History Project.
Note
  • For transcript, see: *MGZMT 3-2035.
  • Interviewed by Betsy Baytos, June 22, 1996, at Mr. Barbera's office in North Hollywood, Calif.
Access (note)
  • Transcripts may not be photographed or reproduced without permission.
Call Number
*MGZMT 3-2035
Author
Barbera, Joseph. Interviewee
Title
Interview with Joseph Barbera [sound recording]
Imprint
1996.
Summary
Mr. Barbera discusses his background, first work as an animator, and his first success; various influences on his animation style; choreographing for animation; early success and later having to close the studio; working for Gene Kelly; different models for animated dance; the importance of timing in humor; and key features of great performers and animation. Interviewer solicits brief comments from Mr. Barbera on a variety of performers.
Local Note
Preservation master cassette: *MGZTCO 3-2035.
Archival transcript: *MGZMTO 3-2035.
Interview funded by the National Initiative to Preserve American Dance (NIPAD)
Restricted Access
Transcripts may not be photographed or reproduced without permission.
Local Subject
Audiotapes -- Barbera, J.
Audiotapes -- Baytos, B.
Added Author
Baytos, Betsy. Interviewer
Added Title
National Initiative to Preserve American Dance.
Dance Oral History Project.
Dance Audio Archive.
Research Call Number
*MGZMT 3-2035 [Transcript]
*MGZTC 3-2035 [Cassette]
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