Born: 1914 October 11 in Faribault, Minnesota, United States

Died: 1953 August 2 in Los Angeles, California, United States

Biography: Hubie Karp was a co-owner of and shared a studio with Jim Davis (The Fox and the Crow artist), Al Hubbard, and Jack Bradbury from 1948 to 1951.

Notes: To be confirmed against the Who's Who entry.


Name:

    Hubie Karp Type: Common Alternative Name

Other Names:

  1. H. R. Karp Type: Common Alternative Name
  2. Hubert R. Karp Type: Common Alternative Name
  3. Hubert Richard Karp Type: Name at Birth
    Given name: Hubert Richard Family name: Karp
  4. Хюби Карп Type: None

Signatures:

  1. H. R. Karp [generic]
  2. Hube Karp [generic]

Non Comics Works:

  1. Publication Title: ? (movie) - Role: writer - Years: 1939; 1940?
    Employer Name : Walt Disney Productions
    Work Title: ?
    Notes: Hubie Karp wrote for Disney from 1939 to circa 1940. Details on the animation work he wrote for are currently not known.

  2. Publication Title: Looney Tunes and Merrie Melodies [Warner Bros.] (movie) - Role: writer - Years: 1940?; 1941; 1942?; 1943?; 1944?; 1945?; 1946?; 1947?; 1948?; 1949?
    Employer Name : Leon Schlesinger Productions
    Work Title: ?
    Notes: Hubie Karp wrote for Leon Schlesinger Productions, the independent studio that produced the Looney Tunes and Merrie Melodies animated cartoons for Warner Bros. Karps worked for Schlesinger during the 1940s, with 1941 confirmed. Further details on what animated cartoons Karp wrote for are currently not known.


Relations:

  1. Relative - Don Gunn (b. 1911)
    Notes: Brother-in-law
  2. Sibling - Bob Karp (b. 1911)
  3. Sibling - Lynn Karp (b. 1905)
  4. Employee of - Sangor Studio (b. 1940)
    Notes: Karp worked for the studio on the United States west coast doing writing work from 1944 to 1949.