Of mice and magic : a history of American animated cartoons
|Format:||Print Book 1987|
|Availability:||Available at 1 Library 1 of 1 copy|
In this revised and updated edition of Of Mice and Magic, Leonard Maltin not only recreates this whole glorious era from the silent days through the Hollywood golden age to Spielberg's An American Tail, he traces the evolution of the art of animation and vividly portrays the key creative talents and their studios. This definitive history of American animated cartoons also brings Maltin's many fans up to date on the work being done today at the Walt Disney and Warner Bros. studios, and other developments in the world of animation.
Drawing on colorful interviews with many of the American cartoon industry's principals, Maltin has come up with a gold mine of anecdotes and film history. Behind the scenes were genius animators and entrepreneurs such as Walt Disney, Chuck Jones, Tex Avery, Mel Blanc, and a legion of others. In all, Maltin has put together a glorious celebration of a universally loved segment of Americana.
-- United States
-- History and criticism.
Animated films -- Anecdotes.
|Publisher|| New York :Plume,1987
ix, 485 pages : illustrations (some color) ; 24 cm
Filmography: pages 357-462.