Hogan, Rich

Posted in WB Cartoon Companion on March 22, 2004

   Story writer at the studio in the 1930s and 1940s. Credits include the following:

        The Major Lied Till Dawn (Tashlin, 1938)
        Johnny Smith and Poker-Huntas (Avery, 1938)
        Dog-Gone Modern (Jones, 1939)
        Prest-O Change-O (Jones, 1939)
        Sniffles and the Bookworm (Jones, 1939)
        Elmer’s Candid Camera (Jones, 1940)
        Cross-Country Detours (Avery, 1940)
        Tom Thumb in Trouble (Jones, 1940)
        A Wild Hare (Avery, 1940)
        Bedtime for Sniffles (Jones, 1940)
        Elmer’s Pet Rabbit (Jones, 1941)
        The Crackpot Quail (Avery, 1941)
        Inki and the Lion (Jones, 1941)
        Brave Little Bat (Jones, 1941)


    Hogan followed Avery to MGM, where he worked on such cartoons as The Blitz Wolf (1942) and Bad Luck Blackie (1949).

    The firewalker “Hotfoot Hogan” in Circus Today (Avery, 1940) is named for Hogan.

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