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Erdman Penner was a Canadian born writer, lyricist, performer, director and producer.
- Maleficent [based on Sleeping Beauty; story adaption]
- Sleeping Beauty [story adaption, lyrics"The Skumps Song" (1958)-uncredited]
- Walt Disney's Wonderful World of Color [writer-five episodes,writer:"The Reluctant Dragon"-uncredited, himself-two episodes-credited as Ed Penner]
- Lady and the Tramp [story and associate producer]
- Peter Pan [story, lyrics:"A Pirate's Life", performer:"Blast That Peter Pan/A Pirate's Life" reprise]
- Alice in Wonderland [story]
- Cinderella [story]
- The Adventures of Ichabod and Mr. Toad [story]
- The Legend of Sleepy Hollow [writer]
- Melody Time [story]
- Pecos Bill [writer]
- The Legend of Johnny Appleseed [story]
- Make Mine Music [story-credited as Ed Penner]
- Victory Through Air Power [story adaption]
- The Reluctant Dragon [story "Reluctant Dragon" Sequence, lyrics:"The Reluctant Dragon"-credited as Ed Penner]
- The Reluctant Dragon [story]
- Fantasia [story development-segment "The Pastoral Symphony"]
- Pinocchio [story adaption]
- Mickey's Fun Songs: Beach Party at Walt Disney World [music-"A Pirate's Life"-credited as Ed Penner]
- Mickey's Amateurs [director-uncredited]
- Dateline: Disneyland [himself-credited as Firehouse Five Plus Two]
- One Hour in Wonderland [himself-firehouse Five plus two (Also credited as Ed Penner)]
Erdman is born on January, 17, 1905 in Canada.
He died on November, 10, 1956 in Los Angeles, California, USA.
- Alternate Names are Ed Penner and Firehouse Five Plus Two
- His star sign is Capricorn