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Bradley Raymond
Bradley Raymond
Biographical Information
Name

Bradley Raymond

Born

1960

Birthplace

United States

Career Information
Occupation

Director, producer, screenwriter, storyboard artist

Years

1993–present

The Lion King work

The Lion King 1½

The Lion King is a beautiful, epic film. We started with all that grandeur and then took an irreverent look at it.
―Bradley Raymond on making The Lion King 1½[1]

Bradley Raymond is an American film director and storyboard artist who directed The Lion King 1½.

Biography

Raymond started his career as an assistant animator and storyboard artist on various television series and animated films, such as All-New Dennis the Menace, Thumbelina, Quack Pack, and Cats Don't Dance, where he was credited as "Brad Raymond."[2] Eventually, Raymond began directing numerous Disney direct-to-video sequels, one of which was The Lion King 1½ in 2004. Most recently, Raymond has directed Tinker Bell and its sequel, Tinker Bell and the Great Fairy Rescue.

Other Films

References

  1. The Lion King 1½ DVD Pamphlet
  2. http://www.imdb.com/name/nm0713214/

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