The Abe and Charlotte Levitow Collection

The collection, designated the Abe and Charlotte Levitow Collection in honor of their parents, has been donated by Levitow’s three children, Roberta, Jon and Judy, and features animation cels, backgrounds, storyboards, and graphic art materials, including many related film prints, representing Levitow’s accomplishments as an artist, animator and director for Warner Bros., UPA and MGM, including his work on features such as “Gay Purr-ee” (1962) and “The Phantom Tollbooth” (1970). Additional information about Abe Levitow is available at www.abelevitow.com

01_levitow_credit The art of animation is celebrated in the work of animator Abe Levitow, whose artwork and production material comprise the Abe and Charlotte Levitow Collection at the Academy. A gift from Abe’s three children, Roberta, Jon and Judy, the collection includes animation cels, storyboards and film prints. From “Stop! Look! And Hasten!” (1954).
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The art of animation is celebrated in the work of animator Abe Levitow, whose artwork and production material comprise the Abe and Charlotte Levitow Collection at the Academy. A gift from Abe’s three children, Roberta, Jon and Judy, the collection includes animation cels, storyboards and film prints. From “Stop! Look! And Hasten!” (1954).

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