Volus Jones

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Volus Jones (Born November 17, 1913, Fort Worth; died May 3, 2004) was an American director and animator.

He began working in animation in the late 1930s for Disney, garnering a strong reputation for his work on Donald Duck shorts, leaving the company in 1956. After a period freelancing he joined Warner Brothers in 1967 before moving to Hanna-Barbera the following year. After another year he left the staff there to freelance but still continued to work on numerous Hanna-Barbera shows, while also being credited on the likes of Heavy Traffic and The Nine Lives of Fritz the Cat.

He was one of the six credited directors for the 60 episodes of the regular Challenge of the GoBots series. It is not currently clear precisely which episodes he directed, however. The series' was Jones' last professional credit.

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