This film of Charlie White was made in 1968 by Victor Haboush, whose career spanned from 1950s Disney films to the more recent Iron Giant. Victor remembers Paint as a novelty project, shot just for fun, and Charlie as "an exciting guy and an adventurer in the business." Charlie himself notes that Norman Gollin, who directed the film, was a major West Coast presence as an art director, and that he shot it all in one take. No paint-overs, and no practice. It was pure psychedelic improvisation. More about Charlie at overspraybook.com

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