Tadahito Mochinaga (持永 只仁, Mochinaga Tadahito, March 3, 1919
– April 1, 1999), also known as Tad Mochinaga, was a pioneer
Japanese stop-motion animator. Having done many stop motion
films/shorts in Japan, he is best known as the animator for
Rankin/Bass' "Animagic" productions at his MOM Studio in Tokyo
throughout the 1960s. He did this work in association with American
Arthur Rankin, Jr.
1.1 Rankin/Bass Productions
2 See also 3 References 4 Bibliography 5 External links
Filmography Rankin/Bass Productions
The New Adventures of Pinocchio (1960–1961) (Animation Director/Supervisor) Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer (1964) (Animation Supervisor) Willy McBean and his Magic Machine (1965) (Animation Supervisor) The Daydreamer (1966) ("Animagic" Technician) Ballad of Smokey the Bear (1966) ("Animagic" Technician) Mad Monster Party? (1967) ("Animagic" Technician)
History of Chinese animation
^ Du, Daisy Yan (May 2012). "Mochinaga Tadahito and Animated Filmmaking in Postwar China, 1945-1953," in On the Move: The Trans/national Animated Film in 1940s-1970s China. University of Wisconsin-Madison.
Mochinaga, Tadahito (2006). Animēshon Nitchū kōryūki: Mochinaga Tadahito jiden. Tokyo: Tōhō Shoten. ISBN 978-4-497-20606-0. Du, Daisy Yan (2012). "Mochinaga Tadahito and Animated Filmmaking in Postwar China, 1945-1953," in On the Move: The Trans/national Animated Film in 1940s-1970s China. Madison: University of Wisconsin.
Animation World Network article/obituary List of Japanese lead staff on Rankin/Bass productions animated at MOM Productions Entry in The Anime Encyclopedia, 3rd Edition Tadahito Mochinaga on IMDb
WorldCat Identities VIAF: 17010564 LCCN: no2007102874 NDL: 00623768 CiNii: DA15672294
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