Here’s a first-of-its-kind guide to some of the animated treasures that anyone can now post, sample, and remix as they see fit.
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Jim Hillin, the cg supervisor of “Beauty and the Beast,” reveals the creation of an iconic moment in Disney animation history.
Jean Chalopin’s career arc could almost be pinched from an “Inspector Gadget” storyline.
The show promises “the same charm, swagger, and pathos” as the classic cartoons.
Recognizing the Mexican and Mexican-American artists who have made immense contributions to the development of the American animation industry.
Yuri Norstein and Francheska Yarbusova have been working on the feature since 1981. A new video essay retells their tale of creative ambition and frustration.
With Friz Freleng, DePatie ran a studio whose cartoons became network staples.
Freleng’s film is a showcase for how rhythm and motion alone can create laughter when the timing is perfect.
“Cartoon Carnival” will revisit characters like Farmer Alfalfa and Felix the Cat, and look at recent efforts to restore these cartoons.
The broadcaster promoted the idea that Betty Boop was based on a Black child performer named Esther Jones.
“Bill Scott: The Portrait of a Moose” is a two-hour deep dive into the life of an animation legend.
Ever wondered how Fleischer Studios produced Betty Boop and Popeye cartoons during the 1930s?
The show is a graphic grabbag of Pop Art, Op Art, and psychedelic art references.
Before his pioneering career in computer animation, Abel made this mini-masterpiece as a student.
Mr. Magoo and Gerald McBoing Boing came to life in this building.
The cult classic turns 34 this week.
Welcome to the Hanna-Barbera Shared Universe.
The news comes amid renewed controversy about the character’s aggressively sexual behavior.
Burns had a short but productive animation career, creating such memorable characters as George of the Jungle and the Cap’n Crunch cereal mascot.