It scares cameramen and anybody that works behind the camera to find out that in animation in Warner Brothers we weren’t allowed to edit. You couldn’t over-shoot, it was too expensive. So all of us as directors had to learn to time the entire picture on music, on bar sheets, just like you were writing a symphony. That’s carrying it on a bit, but anyway — so by the time it came out to 540 feet, that’s six minutes. Leon Schlesinger wouldn’t let us make them any longer than six minutes, and the exhibitor wouldn’t let us make them any shorter than six minutes, so they had to be six minutes. So we had to learn to do that, and it drives people like George Lucas or Spielberg crazy. “How can you make a picture without editing?”