Audiobooks Hollywood Cartoons: American Animation in Its Golden Age By Michael Barrier –

Hollywood Cartoons: American Animation in Its Golden Age In Hollywood Cartoons, Michael Barrier Takes Us On A Glorious Guided Tour Of American Animation In The S, S, And S, 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 This Definitive Depiction Of Our Most American Medium Will Leave All But The Most Hardened Disnophobe Shouting Yabba Dabba Doo The Boston Book Review

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5 thoughts on “Hollywood Cartoons: American Animation in Its Golden Age

  1. V V says:

    Michael Barrier really does his homework when it comes to researching the history of animation This is a result of years of dedicated research While it is true that it talks about Disney than the other studios, this shouldn t be surprising since Disney has the best track record for preserving their history than

  2. John McElwee John McElwee says:

    There is not a better or complete survey of American cartoons on the market Michael Barrier brings a lifetime s gather of information and interviews to this definitive telling of animation s Classic Era history As reference or pure enjoyment, Hollywood Cartoons is without peer It is an absolute must for bookshelve

  3. Martin Fouts Martin Fouts says:

    This is really a history of Disney animation in the 30s, with a few random comments about competitors.

  4. P. Neuhaus P. Neuhaus says:

    Hollywood Cartoons is an outstanding piece of work Barrier is both thorough and opinionated which I consider a good thing If you re writing a nonfiction book, don t just give me the facts, tell me what you think Cartoons was one of the sources for my own book,An Animation Miscellany I have dozens of books on classic ha

  5. Rachel Newstead Rachel Newstead says:

    Books on the history of animation, especially the early ones, tend to fall into the trap of Disney worshipping, which Barrier thankfully avoids However, in his zeal to prove he is not Disney s lap dog, he unfairly bashes some of the studio s features including one I consider on a par with the best of them, Lady and the T

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