Category Archives: Animation Cel-ebration
After four years of production, a new generation of animators had made a film for a new generation of audiences.
As difficult as it is to believe, this year marked the 80th anniversary of Bambi, which was released to theaters in August of 1942.
Three decades later, it’s easy to forget just how unique Disney’s Aladdin was when it debut. It was, in fact, a game-changer.
It seemed logical that Snoopy would get own his full-length feature film – and that movie celebrates its fiftieth anniversary this year.
On July 31, 2022, the future was changed forever. That was the day that George Jetson was born. Or, at least, that’s a fan theory.
Released a little less than a year after the death of Walt Disney, the animated feature would be the last to bear his personal stamp.
The New York Times called the film “…a series of droll blackout sketches, many of them ending with the obligatory ‘Good Grief!’
The stand-alone 1957 Disney short subject that was nominated for an Oscar.
The changing face of television in the 1970s was reflected by every animation studio, including Hanna-Barbera.