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This is where we design and draw all of our animations and… and that’s the inking department. Very beautiful. We like a positive work environment. It keeps us creative. Well, where will I be working from? You can work out of that desk for now. We’ve got some deadlines for this week, so… it’s probably best if you start with the next Alice drawings. Let’s get back to work, we have deadlines. Arriba, arriba, andale, andale! Yeee! He’s like a drill sergeant, I like that. You have no idea. It’s a little tight. Hey! I am sorry. Might be better if you, ah, just stand. Yeah, we don’t have– we’re short on chairs. Okay, come down the stairs. You’re going to meet your mother, she’s going to take you to the circus. George chose her? Yeah, he thinks he knows comedy. You see your mother in the distance, and you wave hello to her. She is wonderful. You could lighten up a little. This is a comedy. How about a smile? Have some fun. You are confusing her. How about some coffee? Okay, why don’t you go ahead and cut for now. That’s a cut for now. We’re going to go get you some candy, get you some energy. It’s a great choice, George. It is very good. Very good. I’ll be sure to let, uh, your brother-in-law know… that this was– this was your choice. You did very good work on the Alice draft. Thanks, George. You know, Fred, it wouldn’t surprise me… if you had your own studio one day. Well, I’ve learned a lot over the years. It would be great to have my own studio. But… let’s keep quiet about that for now. I won’t tell anyone. If it says Disney Brothers when people call the studio… who do they think is in charge? Is that relevant? The older one. Ah, we’ve been over this, ah, how is that possible, you sign your name on everything. They have taken my work, they find a way to own everything that I produce… at least let me have my name on the studio. Is it that important to you? Yes… if my name is on the studio, then my name is on the film. Well, if that’s the way you want it to be– That’s the way I want it to be. I was always focused on making quality pictures. I suppose that’s why we often times went over budget… yet somehow we managed to build our new studio on Hyperion Avenue. Bigger projects meant that we needed a bigger space. As you know, Universal requested drawings for a new character… Oswald the Rabbit. Starting today, we’re the animators. What about Alice? We’re winding down, so we need a story for Oswald. What about Easter? It’s too religious for the first animation. It will be Easter when it comes out. And so, he’s going to… sing hymns? Maybe he’s a nervous father? Yeah. He’s pacing the hallway, stomping his feet. Good, Hugh, you get it started and then you pass it along to Ubbe. Walt, I will help Hugh with the first drawing, yes? Hugh and Ubbe will know what to do. Any questions? Let’s get to work. Listen kid, I’m excited about Oswald, too… but, right now we really need to focus… on catching up with some of our bills. We are in the red, Walt. I mean, we’re overpaying all of our animators. We can’t keep going on like this. We need to reinvest in new animations for the company. We need new characters for Oswald. No, no, no. We don’t have money for any new characters. But we need it, just a few bucks. A few bucks? Please. Okay, I’ll see what I can do, but in the meantime… don’t write any more checks until we actually have money in the bank. I do that to give them hope until we get the funds. Just make it work, Roy. Hello, Charles, it’s George. George… I haven’t heard from you in a while, how is everything going? Very well, Charles. I have been making friends. You know, Walt and Roy are a very good team… but, I think they are running out of money. How do you know this? Some of the animators have been… complaining about bad checks. I had to lend one of them money. Excellent! George, well done. My sister was wrong about you, you are not an idiot. Piss off, Charles. I pay taxes so people can sleep on the job. I do not need to pay salary, too. What? If you’re going to keep falling asleep, then just go home. Come back when you’re ready to work. What for? Your last check bounced. Walt, I’m not going to bail you out again. I’m not the only one around here who feels that way. Yeah, this is ridiculous. Is there a problem, Friz? Your bad checks are the problem, Walt. It’s the second time this month. There must be a problem at the bank. Problem at the bank? It’s a repeat performance of Kansas City all over again. I’m tired of it, Walt. I need the money. We need the money, Walt. You know, this is crazy. Okay, Rudy’s right. I quit. Walt, I’m with Friz. My check bounced also. All the checks are bouncing. I don’t know what’s happening. It’s all falling apart. I feel the rigor mortis setting in. Walt, you have a lot of people that believe in you. Don’t loose faith. I can’t keep people working on faith. I don’t blame them for leaving. They just don’t have the vision that you have… they don’t see what you see. I don’t even see what I see anymore. I do. I see a man that fights for what he believes in. So, you’re just going to give up?



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