Which Way Did He Go? - T. Hee's Copy


 

$75.00

In stock

53616
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Description

This copy belonged to animator T. Hee and bears his ownership signature in the center of the front endpaper. A very sharp, bright, above average copy of this Ronald Searle title from 1961.

Cartoons and drawings from Searle's world travels: "There are Searle's-eye views of the Americans and the French, the Germans, and inevitably, the Anglo-Saxons at home and abroad, all magnificently interpreted in drawings which may be 'read' for guidance as well as for a laugh."

T. (Thornton) Hee (1911 -- 1988) was an American animator, director, and teacher. Hee worked at Leon Schlesinger, Walt Disney, United Productions of America, and Terrytoons. Hee was one of the co-founders, with Jack Hannah, of the Character Animation program at the California Institute of the Arts. He later served as chairman of the Film Arts Department.

Features

Ronald Searle

Condition & Attributes

Near Fine in Near Fine dustjacket (sharp corners, clean, mild edgwear to dustjacket, nice sharp copy)

Creators

Ronald
Searle

Publishing Information

Cleveland
World
1961
1st

Physical Description

11.25 inches
8.5 inches
128 pages
150 illustrations
hardcover
cloth
English