Bill Littlejohn

William Charles "Bill" Littlejohn (January 27, 1914 - September 17, 2010) was an American animator and union organizer.

Among Littlejohn's clients were Van Buren, MGM (including some of the early Tom and Jerry shorts), Bill Meléndez and John Hubley. His other credentials include The Phantom Tollbooth, A Doonesbury Special, the Watership Down film, No Man's Valley, The Romance of Betty Boop and Mrs. Doubtfire.

Littlejohn co-founded the Screen Cartoonists Guild Local #852, which led a strike against Walt Disney Productions in 1941, successfully gaining recognition for labor unions in the animation industry.


TV Specials


TV Specials

  • Garfield: His 9 Lives ("Stunt Kat")
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