Hollywood Cartoons: American Animation in Its Golden Age
Oxford University Press, 6 nov 2003 - 672 pagine
In Hollywood Cartoons, Michael Barrier takes us on a glorious guided tour of American animation in the 1930s, '40s, and '50s, to meet the legendary artists and entrepreneurs who created Bugs Bunny, Betty Boop, Mickey Mouse, Wile E. Coyote, Donald Duck, Tom and Jerry, and many other cartoon favorites. Beginning with black-and-white silent cartoons, Barrier offers an insightful account, taking us inside early New York studios and such Hollywood giants as Disney, Warner Bros., and MGM. Barrier excels at illuminating the creative side of animation--revealing how stories are put together, how animators develop a character, how technical innovations enhance the "realism" of cartoons. Here too are colorful portraits of the giants of the field, from Walt and Roy Disney and their animators, to Bill Hanna and Joe Barbera. Based on hundreds of interviews with veteran animators, Hollywood Cartoons gives us the definitive inside look at this colorful era and at the creative process behind these marvelous cartoons.
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HOLLYWOOD CARTOONS: American Animation in Its Golden AgeRecensione dell'utente - Kirkus
A very detailed account of animated cartoons, strongly emphasizing the influence and personality of Walt Disney. This genre's history is still undercovered, so cartoon expert Barrier's book should ... Leggi recensione completa
Hollywood cartoons: American animation in its golden ageRecensione dell'utente - Not Available - Book Verdict
Based on archival research and hundreds of interviews, this volume provides a comprehensive survey of American animation up to the late 1960s. An authority on film cartoons, Barrier traces the ... Leggi recensione completa