How animation was done in the 30s.

Popular science short about the army of people in Fleischer studios (Popeye)

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+2 1. ZaMpTi commented 11 years ago

01:55 Hey Barkeeper, can I have a can of Blue Curacao please!
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+5 2. loadrunner commented 11 years ago

I wish I could draw like that :)
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+25 3. Benassi-MBeon commented 11 years ago

So many people for one cartoon.. I wonder how they go profit
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+7 4. cocofoshosho commented 11 years ago

think how long all the Walt Disney films must of taken to draw.
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+22 5. kekke2000 commented 11 years ago

#3 Back in those days, people bought entertainment like this...
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+6 6. Guss commented 11 years ago

And today, 1 guy with 1 computer can do the same thing in 1 week !
The evolution of the technique is really impressive.
Yesterday that's taking so much time, and no it's so fast !
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+5 7. Mpls commented 11 years ago

Max Fleischer was a true legend. Besides making the classic cartoons he was one of the very few people that hired the early jazz greats to perform on film. Thanks for posting!
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+3 8. Malakyte commented 11 years ago

@ #4 Sorry to say, but Walt Disney Studios have often tended to "recycle" old backgrounds or movements layouts from their previous releases. You can find a lot of examples on YouTube... :S
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+3 9. ringmaster commented 11 years ago

Watching videos like this makes me look at this generation as lazy or spoiled.
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0 10. buckleg08 commented 6 years ago

They were pioneers in the craft...:D
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0 11. Scotsman50 commented 6 years ago

I remember well watching this type of animation as a child.<3<3