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Romer Zane Grey (1909–1976)

Author of Beyond the Mogollon Rim

Includes the names: Romer Z. Grey, Romer Zany Grey
Also includes: Romer Grey (1)

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Perhaps, adding to the value of his work, there is suprisingly very little biographical information easily available about Romer Zane Grey. It is fact that he was born on October 1, 1909, in New York, and died on March 6, 1976, in Palo Alto, CA, and that he traveled the world with his family. Most notoriously being known as Zane Grey's son, and an author of several fishing and western books written in the vein of his father, Romer Zane Grey in fact, spent the year of 1930-31 persuing the career of an animator. Binky the Bear-Cub, sadly never came to fruition, and, after the discovery in a basement, the remnants of the Grey animation studio, that hired many "A-list" animators at the time, from the studios of Disney and Looney Tunes, despite many sketches, cells, and drawings, there was not a foot of film that was intact. For more information on Romer's animation you may refer to http://www.awn.com/mag/issue4.05/4.05...
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