Dr. Seuss

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United States writer of children's books (1904-1991)

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That year, Audrey Geisel commissioned this exclusive project and put into motion a series of artworks and exhibitions that would carry out her promise to Ted, while firmly establishing him as one of the most iconic talents of the twentieth century.
We feel a very special connection to the collection because Audrey Geisel lives a half a mile away from the gallery, we are across the street from Dr.
Seuss's widow, Audrey Geisel, in order to maintain the integrity of the original Dr.
Hanover: Dartmouth College has named its medical school after Audrey Geisel and her husband, the late The-odor Geisel, better known as Or.
To apply those wings to the first computer-animated Seuss feature, the writer-illustrator's widow, Audrey Geisel, turned to Jimmy Hayward and Steve Martino.
The video also provides a behind the scenes look at how the story, animation and music were created, including interviews with the animators, composers, a musician from the orchestra and Audrey Geisel widow of Theodore Geisel (Dr.
The executive producers are Audrey Geisel, Chris Wedge and Chris Meledandri, and the producer is Twentieth Century Fox Animation production executive Bob Gordon.
8221; In her preface to the popular coffee table book on this collection, The Cat Behind the Hat, Audrey Geisel writes, “I'm gratified to carry out Ted's wishes and have these works revealed to the world.
Executive producers, Audrey Geisel, Ken Daurio, Cinco Paul.
Writers include his widow, Audrey Geisel, ``Berenstain Bears'' series authors Stan and Jan Berenstain and actor-writer John Lithgow.
Executive producers, Audrey Geisel, Chris Wedge, Chris Meledandri.
Audrey Geisel may jealously guard the legacy of her late husband Dr.
Fox made the deal for HORTON HEARS A WHO with Audrey Geisel, widow of Theodor Geisel, who penned his beloved novels under the name "Dr.
But it seemed one of the guardians of that myth -- Audrey Geisel, widow of Theodore Geisel (better known as Dr.
That day has come and I am glad," Audrey Geisel said.