I have heard about chuck jones in my old school in florida , but I don’t know about him . So decided to research about him in this project so that I can get to know about him.
It’s been said that artists, like all creative people, draw from what they know in creating their artistic visions. This is particularly true for animator Charles “Chuck” M. Jones, who parlayed his experiences growing up with a quixotic father and an indulgent, supportive mother into a career that is virtually unparalleled for its influence and noteworthy output.
FAVORITE CARTOONS OF CHUCK JONES
"One Froggy Evening" (1955)
"Feed the Kitty" (1952)
"Duck Amuck" (1953)
"The Dot and The Line" (1965)
"Whoa, Be-Gone!" (1958)
Chuck Jones was born in Spokane, Washington. He moved, with his family to Southern California when he was only six months old. The family moved often, living at various times in Hollywood and Newport Beach. In Hollywood, the young boy was able to observe the still-young film industry. He remembers peering over the studio fence to watch Charlie Chaplin at work on his silent comedies.