Andrew "Andy" Alfons Engman (November 21, 1911July 16, 2004) was a Swedish/Finish cartoon animator. Engman worked for Walt Disney Studios in Burbank, California from the animating of Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs (1937 film) to the completion of The Jungle Book (1967 film), about 1937 to 1971. He started out as an "In-Betweener" animator. He did some Donald Duck and Goofy cartoons as a character animator, and went on to being a special effects animator. Later he went into production in a middle management position. He also worked on the effect animations of Make Mine Music (1946) and the layout of Der Fuehrer's Face (1943).


Andrew Alfons Engman was born November 21, 1911 on the border of Finland and Sweden, (Vaasa). Andy claims he could see Russian soldiers going through his yard when he was a child during World War One in the early 1900s.


Visual Effects:

  • Fantasia (1940) (effects animator) (segment "The Sorcerer's Apprentice") (uncredited)
  • Pinocchio (1940) (effects animator) (uncredited)

Animation Department:

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