Last night, in conjunction with the upcoming DVD release of Dreamworks' Mr. Peabody and Sherman movie, the Paley Center for Media in Beverly Hills hosted the kickoff event for The Jay Ward Legacy Exhibit. Featured on the panel moderated by Jerry Beck were Rob Minkoff, director of the Peabody feature, Max Charles, the voice of Sherman in the film, Gary Trousdale, director of the new Bullwinkle short, Tom Kenny, the new voice of Bullwinkle, Jay's daughter, Tiffany and last but not least, one of the two surviving American artists from the Ward operation in Mexico City, Frank Hursh.
|Frank Hursh with his daughter, Holly|
|Sam Clayberger and Frank Hursh, Jay Ward's ace background painters|
|The Rocky and Bullwinkle panel at the exhibit|
|Actor Tom Kenny gets his copy of my Jay Ward book signed by Sam Clayberger|