After working at the studio of former Walt Disney associate Ub Iwerks, Chuck Jones signed on as an assistant animator with Warner Bros. in 1933. There he directed his first short, which emulated Disney. Jones's own animation style emerged in the late 1940s. In his 60 year career, he extended the perimeters of the indigenous American art form known as “character,” or “personality,” animation.
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