Origins of American animation

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Subjects: Animation (Cinematography)--United States--History--20th century
Motion pictures--History
Formats: Electronic Resource, Remote
Material Type: Books -- Collection
Language: English
Audience: Unspecified
Edition: 1st release
Published: Washington, D.C. : Motion Picture, Broadcasting and Recorded Sound Division, Library of Congress, 1999-
LC Classification: T, TR
Alternate Titles: HTML header title Origins of American animation, 1900-1921
HTML header title American memory
Additional Authors: Library of Congress. Motion Picture, Broadcasting, and Recorded Sound Division
Library of Congress. National Digital Library Program
Notes: LCCN: 00529711
Mode of access: World Wide Web
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Type of file: Text (HTML), digital images
Summary: "The development of early American animation is represented by this collection of 21 animated films and 2 fragments, which spans the years 1900 to 1921. The films include clay, puppet, and cut-out animation, as well as pen drawings. They point to a connection between newspaper comic strips and early animated films, as represented by Keeping Up With the Joneses, Krazy Kat, and The Katzenjammer Kids. As well as showing the development of animation, these films also reveal the social attitudes of early twentieth-century America."
OCLC Number: 41313887