Crump reflects on his love of art as a child. His early drawings are inspired by comic strips and comic books; he used his high school portfolio when applying at Disney.
Crump dreamed about working for Walt Disney ever since he was a child. He applied in 1952 with the help from a family friend. He learned about art and animation from his coworkers.
Crump reflects on his relationship with Walt Disney and receiving the nickname of "Rolly."
Crump did the designs for the Disney attraction. He researched Tiki gods for inspiration; he sculpted most of the Tikis.
Crump and Yale Gracey designed the Disney attraction. They experimented with different effects and illusions.
Crump was in charge of creating the Disney attraction. He lead a team of more than 30 artists.
Watch of series of photos and footage from "The Whimsical Imagineer." Crump leads the film crew through attractions at Disneyland.
See a collection of Crump's artwork. Most of his work includes dark humor and whimsical images.
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This video features additional interviews with legendary Disney Imagineer Rolly Crump, a behind-the-scenes look at Crump walking through his creations at Disneyland, and footage of 50 years of Crump's artwork.
Length: 33 minutes
Copyright date: ©2016
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