Cecil Hays Surry (April 19, 1907 - September 19, 1956) was a cartoonist at various film studios in the Golden Age of Animation.

When fellow Lantz animator Tex Avery left to take a director's job at Warner Brothers, Surry, Virgil Ross and Sid Sutherland went with him to work in the original Termite Terrace unit with Chuck Jones, Bob Clampett, Robert (Bobe) Cannon and assistant animator Elmer Wait. Surry left to work at the MGM cartoon studio.

Looney Works

Cecil is credited on only three Warner Bros. cartoons in 1936, which are "I'd Love to Take Orders from You", "Porky the Rain-Maker" and "The Village Smithy".

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