Saturday, April 17, 2010

I recently contacted Mr Anthony Perry after reading his small book on the making of The Yellow Submarine in which he has written a chapter on his association with Dick Williams.  Mr Perry was a producer on the Beatles picture and helped set up Dick in his first studio space.  With permission I've scanned the chapter on Dick to post here.








Mr Perry's book makes for a fascinating read about how & why The Yellow Submarine was produced-it only costs £3 and is available from the Cartoon Museum, London.

4 comments:

Maurice said...

The thing mentioned that puzzled me was "I Vor Pittfalks: The Universal Confidence Man". Was that a feature-length film he was working on before the whole "Nasrudin" fiasco started?

Dick's Other Work could be the label for this post.

Matt J said...

Ivor Pittfalks was a short wasn't it?

Maurice said...

Ivor Pittfalks was probably a half-hour short similar to "Little Island", I'm guessing.

Anonymous said...

Does anyone know where this book can be found? I have searched and can't find it. Thanks!