Have just been doing some more research and analysis on info I've gotten. This regards animator GEORGE CANNATA who receives one KNOWN Schlesinger/Warner Bros. credit for "Swooner Crooner" (1944). But then a few months later gets credit on three cartoons clear across the country at Famous.
This little guy had one of the most unusual careers as he animated at Fleischer's in the early Thirties (for Shamus Culhane), but never received one credit there. He then turns up briefly at Lantz for a several months, where he receives his only known credits till those in 1944-45. Sooooo where was he between 1933 and 1944?? I know he was at Terrytoons for a while (no clue as to how long), and obviously came West again. But this I just found out... He was employed at D*sn*y for some 17 months in 1940-41, and (get this) he was allowed to animate on only ONE SINGLE cartoon there!! (They REALLY wanted to re-train people "the D*sn*y Way" then). One source has down that he was at Fleischer/Famous from '42, but there are zero credits for him there in 1942, '43, or clear up till the Fall of '44. All of which makes me strongly suspect that he was at Schlesinger's all the while from leaving Walt's till he returned East.. Anybody with any further info???