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'Dumbo' Frank Churchill was the George Gershwin of Disney studios, joining in 1930 and gaining his first success with “Whose Afraid of the Big Bad Wolf.” With lyricist Ned Washington, he wrote one most memorable songs about the love between a child and its mother — the Oscar-nominated “Baby... Walt Disney Co.