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  • Gender Stereotypes In Where The Girls Are

    Television is a widespread influence upon society and the animated sitcom holds potential for progress within its colorful content. It’s evident with on-air shows such as Family Guy, The Simpsons, and South Park that there is an appeal that has been able to hold onto audiences no matter the time or age. Children and adults are able to enjoy cartoons and the satirical wit that has been drawn into them. These cartoons have crafted together a perfect balance of reality and fantasy. The audience…

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  • Disney's Influence On Gargoyles

    Once upon a time, Disney created an animated television programming block known as Disney Afternoon that aired from September 10, 1990 until August 29, 1997. This was the highlight of a child’s life growing up in the ‘90s. Many of the shows were spin offs from Disney’s feature films that came out at the time, such as Aladdin, Hercules, and The Little Mermaid, while others were comedy shows starring anthropomorphic animals such as Darkwing Duck, DuckTales, and TaleSpin. All of these shows were…

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  • Walt Disney Research Paper Outline

    housed in mountains, crowds of people waiting in line, busses parked everywhere, and hotels circling the park. You think to yourself, “Who invented this attraction? Why did they do it?” Walt Disney did! He improved the U.S., and the world, by making cartoons, movies, and world attractions. Who was Walt Disney? Walter Elias Disney was born on December 5, 1901, in Hermosa, Illinois. His father, Elias Disney, was an Irish Canadian. His mother, Flora Call Disney was a German American. Walt was one…

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  • How Did Walt Disney Changed The World

    Walt also started a business called Laugh-O-Gram. During this time, Walt started a film about a girl in the animated world’s adventures called The Alice Comedies. Soon, Walt ran out of money and Laugh-O-Grams went bankrupt. Walt NEVER gave up though! Walt left Kansas City with his unfinished animation, The Alice Comedies, a suitcase, and a WHOLE BUNCH OF CONFIDENCE…

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  • A Character Analysis: What Makes A Good Animated Characters

    saturday and sunday morning to watch cartoons and anime until my mom told me to go play outdoors. Even on the school days I would come back home to finish my homework and watch cartoons. Animated characters fueled me as an energetic child and taught me morals that are impossible to forget. A good animated character would always have a set of features that made me feel like they were real and made them look so awesome. The most prominent feature, in my opinion, of animated characters, is an…

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  • Cartoon Network Advertisement Analysis

    probably guess that Cartoon Network would have ads primarily directed at children, but what is actually being advertised? I watched Steven Universe, a very colorful and popular show with both children and adults, during the final hour of Cartoon Network’s airtime. Due to Steven Universe and similar shows attracting an older audience, at this time Cartoon Network tends to air episodes that are directed at a slightly older audience. After analyzing the commercials that appeared on Cartoon Network…

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  • Walt Disney Is My Hero

    sound during most cartoons, and mostly don 't notice the background music in most TV shows and YouTube videos, it 's there and without the mind of Walt Disney your favorite cartoon character may have not had a voice. Although sound synced up with characters movements didn 't come until later, loops of songs such as the song from “Steamboat Willie” called “The Gallopin’ Gaucho”, it was played on loop for the duration of the short film. The term ‘Mickey Mousing’ was used when a cartoon was…

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  • The Father Figure In Animated Movies

    “The dead-mother plot is a classic of children’s fiction, but animated movies have supplied a new twist: the fun father has taken her place” (96). The sentence right there written by Sarah Boxer basically explains the entire idea or claim of the article, “Why are All the Cartoon Mothers Dead?” In the article she is trying to figure out why in almost every single animated cartoon movies the mother figure is either missing, dead, or not even mentioned at all. You would think the main focus would…

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  • Walt Disney Movies Influence

    Kirsten Acuna (2015) believes that, at the time those hand animated movies were made, they were considered cutting edge. Now that times have changed, movies are being made in today's technology. Computer Generated Imagery (CGI) is the new wave of animation now. According to Adam Epstein, a reporter at Qz.com…

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  • Pendleton Ward's Adventure Time

    What time is it? Time to reconnoitre the psychedelic darkness and yet the sunny disposition of one of the world’s most popular animated children’s series ‘Adventure Time’ - (Cartoon Network, Pendleton Ward, 2008) and what makes this unorthodox animation lure and appeal to both the young and the mature intellects – uncovering its mass of kaleidoscopic pedagogic episodes that illuminate the uncomfortable themes of reality. Death, cannibalism, depression, an abundance of horror glazed over by the…

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