On the evening of Saturday, December 3, 2016, from 4 to 7 PM, the Chuck Jones Gallery in downtown San Diego will host a celebration of “Dr. Seuss’ How the Grinch Stole Christmas”‘s 50th anniversary!
You are cordially invited to join us for an evening with the HISTORY, MEMORIES, and ARTWORK of this most watched animated Christmas special in history. “Who” cookies and punch will be served!
CAN YOU IMAGINE THIS WAS 50 YEARS AGO?!?
This is arguably the greatest 23 minutes of animation ever made! It has everything you would want in a true classic:
- The most memorable story by Dr. Seuss
- The Greatest Characters you love and love to hate.
- Set Design by the master, Maurice Noble.
- Music by the incomparable Albert Hague.
- The mellifluous voice of Boris Karloff.
- Songs sung by the voice of Tony the Tiger, Thurl Ravenscroft!
- The best animation team assembled, including such luminaries as Benny Washam, Ken Harris, Lloyd Vaughn, Dick Thompson, and Phil Roman.
- Miss June Foray as little Cindy Lou Who, who was no more than two.
- A lovable reindeer dog, Max.
- And, the greatest animation director in history, CHUCK JONES!
If you are interested in any of these incredible works of art or would like more information, please contact your Chuck Jones Gallery art consultant. RSVP to the San Diego Gallery, 619-294-9880.
Chuck Jones Gallery–San Diego | 619-294-9880
Chuck Jones Gallery–Orange County | 949-274-4834
Chuck Jones Gallery–Santa Fe | 505-983-5999