Crew jacket worn by Paul Berry on the set of the 1996 Disney stop-motion animation film James and the Giant Peach, produced by Tim Burton and directed by Henry Selick. Paul Berry worked as Supervising Animator on this film.
The crew worked on the animation for over three years. There are 24 frames per second. One minute of the finished film could take over a week to film. The crew would be working together for long intense periods.
James and Giant Peach (released 1996) was made by Walt Disney, Allied Filmmakers and Skellington Productions in the Skellington Productions studio, San Fransisco. The film is based on the Roald Dahl book of the same name, released in 1961. The directors Tim Burton and Henry Selick filmed the production over 20 stages.