roland crandall

Films watched in May 2017
  • The Insect Woman | Shôhei Imamura | 1963
  • Sapphire & Steel | Assignment One | Shaun O'Riordan | 1979
  • Intentions of Murder | Shôhei Imamura | 1964
  • Snow-White (Short) | Roland Crandall / Dave Fleischer | 1933
  • Red Hot Riding Hood (Short) | Tex Avery | 1943
  • Harpya (Short) | Raoul Servais | 1979
  • The Virgin Suicides | Sofia Coppola | 1999
  • Love & Friendship | Whit Stillman | 2016
  • The Ghoul | T. Hayes Hunter | 1933
  • Lone Wolf and Cub: Sword of Vengeance | Kenji Misumi | 1972
  • Phenomena | Dario Argento | 1985
  • Gasman (Short) | Lynne Ramsay | 1998
  • The Pornographers | Shôhei Imamura | 1966
  • Piccadilly | Ewald André Dupont | 1929
  • Fever (Short) | Carine Adler | 1995
  • Under The Skin | Carine Adler | 1997
  • Scum (Original TV Version) | Alan Clarke | 1977
  • Lost Highway | David Lynch | 1997
  • Morvern Callar | Lynne Ramsay | 2002
  • All Over Me | Alex Sichel | 1997
  • Ladies and Gentlemen, the Fabulous Stains | Lou Adler | 1982
  • A Man Vanishes | Shôhei Imamura | 1967
  • Kom igen nu'rå! (Come On Then!) | Lasse Hallström | 1981
  • My Life as a Dog | Lasse Hallström | 1985
  • Dune | David Lynch | 1984
  • Le Boucher | Claude Chabrol | 1970
  • Rendez-vous | André Téchiné | 1985
  • River of Grass | Kelly Reichardt | 1994
  • Twin Peaks | Series 3, Episodes 1-4 | David Lynch | 2017
  • Nineteen Eighty-Four | Michael Radford | 1984
  • Profound Desires of the Gods | Shôhei Imamura | 1968
  • In Search of the Unreturned Soldiers in Malaysia | Shôhei Imamura | 1970
  • History of Postwar Japan as Told by a Bar Hostess | Shôhei Imamura | 1970
  • Pickpocket | Robert Bresson | 1959
  • Dog Day Afternoon | Sidney Lumet | 1975
  • Lift to the Scaffold | Louis Malle | 1958

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St. James Infirmary by Cab Calloway for Snow White

Snow White is a 1933 animated short film in the Betty Boop series from Max Fleischer's Fleischer Studios. Dave Fleischer was credited as director, although virtually all the animation was done by Roland Crandall. Crandall received the opportunity to make Snow White on his own as a reward for his several years of devotion to the Fleischer studio, and the resulting film is considered both his masterwork and an important milestone of The Golden Age of American animation.