Colene Gonzales, 82, was inker on Peanuts shows

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Inker and painter Colene Gon­za­les, who worked on sev­eral Peanuts film and TV pro­duc­tions, died Jan­u­ary 14. She was 82.

From 1946 until her retire­ment in 1989, she worked for Dis­ney, MGM, Suther­land, Claire Ishkan­ian, Betty Brenon, Uni­ver­sal, Celine Miles, DePatie-Freleng, Bakshi-Krantz, Murakami-Wolf, Ani­ma­tion Cam­era Ser­vice, Lis­berger, and Kurtz And Friends.

Also cred­ited as M.C. Gon­za­les, Mar­garet Colene Gon­za­les and Mar­garet Gon­za­les, she was an ink and paint artist on the movies Heavy Traf­fic (1973), The Nine Lives of Fritz the Cat (1974) and Ani­ma­lympics (1980).

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