Sunday, February 20, 2011

How to Have an Accident in the Home (1956)

It's no secret I love Disney animation. Even Disney's TV animation from the 1950s was beautifully conceived and rendered, and often rife with suburban California detail. Such is the case with "How to Have an Accident in the Home" (1956). Here's the opening Background art. Notice the house with the roof blown off!

Next, a wonderful "bird's eye view" pan B/G:

Street scenes:


The proverbial white picket fence, with rare and unusual character J.J. Fate...

OK, I admit it, this is a simple screen cap. But since Donald doesn't budge from his chair, I couldn't digitally erase him, and I just HAD to share this B/G. Look at the wonderful 50s styling!!!

A very messy stairwell...

A cluttered living room, pan B/G...

The "50 modern" bathroom...


Last but not least, the "50s modern" kitchen!

Imagine such beautiful artwork for TV production!!! That's the way Walt Disney did it...

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