Cartoons: one hundred years of cinema animation

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Indiana University, Folklore Institute, 1994 - Performing Arts - 514 pages
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Traces the history of animation since the late nineteenth century, profiles animators and films from throughout the world, and discusses the development of the more abstract European style as well as the more commercial American approach

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CARTOONS: One Hundred Years of Cinema Animation

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This massive history of film animation is inclusive to distraction and makes for awkward prose. Readability aside, its encyclopedic style will find it a place in the library of everyone interested in ... Read full review

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This chronological history analyzes animated film as an autonomous art form that has nevertheless been affected by the economics of live-action cinema as well as social and political forces (e.g., the ... Read full review

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