Notes on Walt Disney and Early Animation

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Unformatted text preview: Notes: Walt Disney Film Screening of “Thru the Mi r ror” (1936) 1. As Disney films progressed in the 1930s/40s there became a more obvious a ttention to detail and r icher, more dimensional characters. 2. The Big Bad Wolf became a Cultural Icon due to Disney’s cartoon version of t he classic fairytale. 3. Ar t Babbit t was very important in the Disney co. because he is credited with creating the evil queen of Snow White as well as leading a strike. 4. Outside of color, the most significant innovation of the t ime period (30s) was t he multi-plane camera (i.e. The Old M ill) which helped to make movements more authentic. 5. These and other new technologies helped to move animation and character development towards a greater realism. 6. As the animation in dusty grew, so did the demand in public tastes for more l ife-like characters. ...
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This note was uploaded on 08/16/2011 for the course FIL 3871 taught by Professor Stephanschlow during the Summer '10 term at University of Central Florida.

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