These are the notes from the Disney studio’s April 5th, 1937 after hours class.
Don Graham conducted the session which studied the motions of the characters in the film. This story involved both a real gorilla and a gorilla impersonation by Patsy Kelly.
Those who participated in the lecture include: Izzy Klein, Bernie Wolf, Joe Magro, Roy Williams, Eddie Strickland, Stan Quackenbush, Jacques Roberts, Chuck Couch and Jack Hannah.
The letter "e" here looks like "o" in places. Old manual typewriters frequently gave this effect. "Pete" is a reference to the Disney character of "Peg-leg Pete", who frequently menaced Mickey Mouse.
Donald Duck's first appearance was in 1934. He was given his own series in 1937.
Mention is made of a man with one leg, presumably because of the already mentioned Peg-leg Pete. The "dwarfs" of course were the ones with Snow White, which they evidently were working on at the time. It would be released the same year,
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