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  • Walter Elias Disney: A True American Hero

    inspiration to many. Walt Disney took steps, chances, and risks to get to where he was in life. He was naturally gifted with artistic ability and creativity, and this helped him get into animation. Eventually Disney created the first animated cartoons with sound and full length animated movies. He also made some of the worlds first theme parks, which have grown in popularity because of how exciting they were. Walter Elias Disney was born on December 5, 1901, in Hermosa, Illinois. Walter lived…

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  • Gender Stereotypes And Aggression Analysis

    The purpose of this study is to analyze the frequencies of prosocial and aggressive behaviors of characters on Cartoon Network. Furthermore to attempt to determine if Gender or Socioeconomic Status are associated to the frequencies of prosocial and aggressive acts made by a character. Much research has been done outlining the high rates of violence and aggression in Cartoons and the effects of viewing violence on a children’s behavior in the real world. Less research has been done regarding…

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  • Personal History: A Brief Biography Of Walt Disney

    He started off his artistic career drawing for farm equipment catalogues, but this talent later evolved into animated characters such as Oswald the Lucky Rabbit and Mickey Mouse. Disney began his animation work at the Kansas City Film Ad Company where he made animated commercials, which sparked an interest in him causing his art to advance more into him creating his own animated cartoons (Walt 1). This new type of art was called Laugh-O-Grams, a fairy tale that combined live action and animation…

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  • Walt Disney Value Chain Analysis

    well-known cartoon maker and a successful entrepreneur. He established Disneyland in 1955. Disney is a large diversified multinational mass media and entertainment conglomerate headquartered in Burbank, the US. Disney gradually improved its brand image and culture by relying on Mickey Mouse in the 1930s to 1940s, and began producing live-action films in the 1940s. It acquired Miramax Films (which was well-known for distributing independent films) and Pixar Animation Studios, a 3D cartoon studio…

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  • Intertextuality In The Simpsons

    individual animation series, such as the Warner Brothers cartoons and particularly Hanna-Barbera’s Tom and Jerry and Pixie and Dixie and Mr. Jinks, but the various episodes that trace their historical development also show elements of Disney cartoons, Robert Crumb’s Fritz the Cat and Felix the Cat (Arnold 260; von der Goltz 163). Therefore, The Itchy & Scratchy also enables the producers of The Simpsons to position their show in relation to other animated shows or films and use this intertextual…

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  • Comparison: The Lotus Lantern

    imperial order, Shengmu married with Liu Yanchang, take exam, Shengmu imprisoned under Mountain Hua, Liu Yanchang marries another, Chenxiang refuses to go to school, searching for a teacher, split mountain and save mother. Looking at the 1999’s cartoon work, lots of details were omitted. Only the essential plots of the story—Shengmu imprisoned under Mountain Hua, searching for other’s help and Chenxiang splits the mountain to save mother were…

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  • Ub Iwerks: A Career In Walt Disney Movies

    specifically geared towards fulfilling children's dreams and imaginations and making them think of a place, where dreams come true and magic and fairytales comes alive, in whatever ways imaginable. He made this possible through his work in movies, cartoons, children's books, storytelling, theme parks, etc. He did all of this in the middle of the Second World War and other problems happening in the world. While giving credit to Walt Disney, whose main priority is to focus on children’s happiness…

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  • Stereotypes In Cartoon Analysis

    Most animated characters that are directed toward children tend to be very simple in design, they often offer colorful images that will easily grab the attention of the young adolescents that are watching the program. Cartoons are very influential to children because often characters are not identifiable as any race so it is easy for multiple kids to relate to them. However, some cartoon characters do have a race and it is sad to say that the entirety of their character is described by the race…

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  • Walt Disney's Life

    The company which was brought up on animated shorts, moved toward animated feature length movies, and then added television series. Walt also created a Disney theme park known as Disneyland in 1955, which was to bring his audience to a wondrous place where they could meet Disney characters and experience…

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  • The Golden Age Of Animation

    Animation To start with it would be needed to know what animation is. The dictionary definition of animation is “A technique used in motion pictures or video production, produced frame by frame, in which inanimate objects, such as cartoon drawings or puppets, appear to move of their own accord” , which is an overcomplicated way of saying making it look like a drawing is moving. Animation in the past half-century has made leaps and bounds in terms of improvement to reach where it is today. Such…

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