THE CAT IN THE HAT: Living In A Fishbowl

Wolf, Ellen
December 2003
Millimeter;Dec2003, Vol. 31 Issue 12, p26
Trade Publication
Focuses in the special effects of the film "The Cat in the Hat" by Universal Pictures in the U.S. Style in animation according to visual effects supervisor Doug Smith; Description of the cartoon character; Level of complexity in the production.


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