Popular cartoont Tom and Jerry’s director, Gene Deitch at the age of 95

Gene Deitch directed by the cartoon Tom and Jerry

Gene Deitch directed by the cartoon Tom and Jerry

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Gene Deitch, an Oscar-winning American illustrator, illustrator, film director and producer, passed away at the age of 95. According to a news release from AP, publisher Peter Hemel told the media that Jean Deitch died suddenly in his apartment in Prague. Publisher Peter Hemel refrained from giving further details to the media. Gene Deitch, the short animated film Munro released in 1960, was awarded the Oscar Award, He was also nominated at the Oscars Awards in 1964 for his film How to Avoid Friendship and Here’s Nudnik. He also directed 13 episodes of the famous cartoon Tom and Jerry, while also directing some episodes of the Popeye the Sailor Man series. He has also made the popular series Tom Terrific, while also co-producing the Sydney Family Tree, which was nominated for an Academy Award in 1958. Gene Deitch was born on August 8, 1924, in the American city of Chicago, and moved to Prague, the Czech Republic’s capital in 1959. In 2004 he was also awarded the Winsor McCay Award for Best Animation. He left a widow and 3 sons in Sogavran, his three sons are cartoonists and illustrators.


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