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I 4 Part VI Monday, August 10, 1981 fog Angeles States THE DISNEY DAYS OF REITHERMAN By CHUCK CHAMPLIN JR. Wolfgang (Woolie) Reitherman's career spans the rise, the almost fall and rise again of what may be the world's most successful film production unit: the Walt Disney animation department Reitherman spent almost 50 years there, beginning in 1933 with no experience, and has just left after the release of his 20th feature, "The Fox and the Hound," which he co-produced. He was the first person to emerge from the shadow of Walt Disney with sole-director credit (on "The Sword in the Stone," 1963) and was, in effect, Disney's replacement since his death in 1966. Tonight at the Academy Theater (8949 Wilshire i iiter 48 years as a Disney animator, Woolie Reitherman gets a saZute tonight. Blvd., 8 p.m.) Reitherman gets called in from the wings for a bow. The Academy-sponsored salute (coordinated by Charles Solomon) will include two hours of clips from his work. Highlights: the magic-mirror sequence from "Snow White" (1937), the whale chase in "Pinocchio" (1940), the ride of the headless horseman from "The Adventures of Ichabod and Mr. Toad" (1949), Captain Hook and the crocodile in "Peter Pan" (1953), the prince's fight with the dragon in "Sleeping Beauty" ( 1959). At 72, Reitherman exudes the energy of a 30-year-old. He didn't retire, he resigned. "They asked me not to say I quit," he said in an interview last week in his clif fside manor above Burbank. "It made it sound like I was mad." He's not "That studio has been good to me. And I'm awfully happy to have been part of it" In 1933, Reitherman and his brother were designers in the experimental aircraft department of Douglas Aircraft He also was enrolled at the Chouinard art school, then the spawning ground for much of Disney's talent When a teacher showed some of Reitherman's drawings Disney, Reitherman was invited to the studio. "I wanted to be a watercolorist," he said, "but Walt suggested I try animation. When I saw the drawings flipped, and the character moved, they were alive! Man, I was hooked." Soon he was at work on Disney's big plan: the world's first animated feature, "Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs." "I was still wet behind the ears. But I was fortunate. I didn't have to go through the inbetweening or the assistant thing. If I had gone that (traditional) route, I don't think I would have lasted long." But there was something about Disney, too. "I could see his vision. And he had a respect for talent He'd listen to you. "It's like nowadays. I think young people like leadership." But Reitherman had an independent streak, too. When the war came in 1941, he was grabbed up quickly as a pilot with experience. "Man, what a way to open up your life flying was," he said. "I thought, "Thank goodness I wasn't back at the studio.' " Maybe it's not surprising that Reitherman, generally speaking, has handled the rousing, swashbuckling, clashing sequences of Disney's feature films. "I liked doing the dragon-fight sequence in 'Sleeping' Beauty (he directed animator Eric Kleworth). We took the approach that we were going to kill that damn prince. "Disney does sentimentality awfully well in certain places, but you've got to mix it with guts, too." After his first assignment as an animator on "Snow White," Reitherman began to ascend the title ladder as his skills at inspiring good work from other animators began to be recognized. Reitherman was beginning to distinguish himself as a leader. He is modest to a fault "There are very few one-per son geniuses involved in these things, even Walt to an extent Walt just kept the thing going and wanted life in it all the time. But without that team shoring it up, Walt would never have been as great as he was." In the early '60s, Disney was becoming too burdened with his many projects to maintain a close, directorial eye on the animation department. So, for "Sword in the Stone" (1963 release), Reitherman received the first sole-director credit in the studio's history. When Disney died in 1966, Reitherman's title was raised to producer. "There was a committee and there was some discus sion that maybe we ought to drop cartoons," Reither man said. "They were getting pretty expensive. But (live-action producer) Bill Anderson understood the value of animation and got us pretty free reign to put out the next picture ('Aristocats'). "That meant I called the guys together and said, 'Look, there it is, we gotta do it' There was no fight for power. They respected me and I respected them. You could really say that four or five of us could've gotten producer credit because we talked all the time. "Aristocats" was a success at its release (1970) and seemed to assure a future for animation at Disney. What's the outlook for Disney animation now? Reitherman mused: "Animation has a potential that hasn't really been explored since 'Fantasia.' I think the department of young new animators has established a base with "The Fox and the Hound.' It's established the fact that it can do animation. But animation needs that fantastic, unique approach. In my opinion, 'The Fox and the Hound' hasn't got that scope, that release from the normal, and the logical. 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