The Incredible Mr. Limpet (1964 film) Premiered: March 28, 1964 Length: 102 minutes Directed by: Arthur Lubin Produced by: John C. Rose Distributed by: Warner Bros. Don Bluth was still working for Disney at the time, but later left to finish this film and begin on The Secret of NIMH. A Wild Hare (1940 film) Premiered: July 27, 1940 Length: 8:15 Directed by: Fred Avery Produced by: Leon Schlesinger Distributed by: Warner Bros. Pictures A Wild Hare is considered the first official Bugs Bunny cartoon. To 1930 there were a lot of running animation studios such as Universal Pictures, Paramount, Warner Brothers etc which working till now. It tells the tale of a little boy in search of Chanticleer, a rooster, to save the farm from darkness and rain by singing to rise the sun. History Talk (0) Traditional Animation (aka Cel-Animation, Classical Animation, or Hand-Drawn Animation) is an animation technique in which each frame is drawn by hand. Written and directed by Ron Clements and John Musker. In Shahr-e Sukhteh (Iran) was found an earthen jar, whose age is estimated to be 5,000 years old. In 1993 film “Jurassic Park” presented animated models of dinosaurs, in 1995 was shown film “Jumanji” with models of real and made-up animals.The important trend in computer animation was the creation of an artificial person, indistinguishable from real. The film is based on a book of the same title by Rudyard Kipling and tells the story of a boy named Mowgli who is raised by wolves in an Indian jungle. Steamboat Willie is also known for being the first cartoon with synchronized sound. Steamboat Willie (1928 film) Premiered: November 18, 1928 Length: 7:23 Directed by: Walt Disney, Ub Iwerks Produced by: Roy O. Disney, Walt Disney Distributed by: Celebrity Productions Steamboat Willie is considered the debut of Mickey Mouse and his girlfriend Minnie. Treasure Planet (2002 film) Premiered: November 27th, 2002 Length: 95 minutes Directed by: Ron Clements, John Musker Produced by: Roy Conli, Peter Del Vecho Distributed by: Buena Vista Pictures Walt Disney's 43rd animation is an adaption of Robert Louis Stevenson's Treasure Island. The film is based of two books by Margery Sharp, The Rescuers and Miss Bianca. The Emperor character was inspired by the tale, The Emperor’s New Clothes, by Hans Christian Anderson but the rest of the story differs as it tells the story of an Incan Emperor who gets turned into a llama and learns to see things through the eyes of his people. This film's animation began in the hands of Disney's Nine Old Men and ended in the hands of the next generation of animators that would lead The studio into Disney's Renaissance period. Balto (1995 film) Premiered: December 22, 1995 Length: 78 minutes Directed by: Simon Wells Produced by: Steve Hickner, Steven Spielberg, Kathleen Kennedy Distributed by: Universal Pictures Produced by Steven Spielberg's Amblimation animation studio. Bray helped launch the careers of the cartoonists that created Mighty Mouse, Betty Boop, and Woody Woodpecker. One Hundred and One Dalmatians is based on the novel by Dodie Smith. Ub Iwerks had been experimenting with Xerox photography and modified a Xerox camera to transfer drawings by animators directly to animation cels, to skip the process which was once done by the Ink and Paint department. Winsor McCay created the first cartoon in 1906. document.write('<\/a>'); Space Jam (1996 film) Premiered: November 15, 1996 Length: 87 minutes Directed by: Joe Pytka Produced by: Ivan Reitman, Joe Medjuck, Daniel Goldberg Distributed by: Warner Bros. Space Jam is a live action/animated film based on Michael Jordan’s return to basketball from retirement telling a fictional tale of how the Looney Tunes inspired his choice. James Stuart Blackton created animated smoke in 1906. Anastasia (1997 film) Premiered: November 14, 1997 Length: 94 minutes Directed by: Don Bluth, Gary Goldman Produced by: Don Bluth, Gary Goldman Distributed by: 20th Century Fox Anastasia is a Fox Animation Studios animated film that is based on the myth that the Grand Duchess Anastasia Nikolaevna of Russia survived her family's execution. This has been DreamWorks only direct-to-video release. The Illusionist (2010 film) Premiered: June 16th 2010 (France) Length: 79 minutes Directed by: Sylvain Chomet Produced by: Sally Chomet, Bob Last Distributed by: Warner Bros. (France/UK) Based on an unproduced script written by Jacques Tati, The Illusionist is Sylvain Chomet's second animated feature film. When movie-makers use stop-motion, they need to draw one picture for every scene. Spirit: Stallion of the Cimarron (2002 film) Premiered: May 24th, 2002 Length: 83 minutes Directed by: Kelly Asbury, Lorna Cook Produced by: Max Howard, Mireille Soria, Jeffrey Katzenberg Distributed by: DreamWorks Pictures Spirit: Stallion of the Cimarron is Dreamworks Animation 6th animated feature film. //--> The Incredible Mr. Limpet is a live action/animated film about a man, after being rejected by the navy is turned into a fish and is able to help them from the sea. Anastasia is Don Bluth's highest grossing film. Starred Donald Duck, who is joined by his old friend José Carioca, a cigar-smoking parrot from Brazil, and Panchito Pistoles, a rooster representing Mexico. Walt Disney Television Animation satellite studios in France and Australia produced the film. Steamboat Willie (1928 film) Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs (1937 film) Pinocchio (1940 film) A Wild Hare (1940 short) Traditional animation usually refers to animation hand-drawn on paper. This was the last feature animated film released by the Warner Brother Studio before closing in 1969. The Past: Roots in Traditional Animation To understand animation, we must first return to the fundamentals that existed well before the web. The design was based on Greek statuses and gave the character Hercules the biggest animator crew than previous Disney characters. The theme song was sung by actress and musician Zooey Deschanel. In the days prior to computers, animation was created using a series of images drawn by hand. //-->\n Raynaud also created cartoons, where in production were used photos and drawings. This was the final animated film released before Walt Disney's death. Based on an Austrian tale by Felix Salten titled Bambi, A Life in the Woods, Bambi tells the tale of life in the forest as a young deer grows to be the prince of the forest. Using this method in 2004 were created cartoons “Polar Express” (model - Tom Hanks), “Final Fantasy”, “The Lord of the Rings” model - (Andy Serkis). Sinbad: Legend of the Seven Seas (2003 film) Premiered: July 2nd, 2003 Length: 85 minutes Directed by: Tim Johnson, Patrick Gilmore Produced by: Jeffrey Katzenberg, Mireille Soria Distributed by: DreamWorks Pictures Sinbad: Legend of the Seven Seas is a traditionally animated film by DreamWorks animation released July 2nd, 2003. Motion capture object some technical measuring equipment. Disney created a department specifically for computer animation with this being its first film project and used it heavily in this film to create the New York landscape. One of the most reasonable Disney’s inventions was animation stand which helped to get to receive the effects of parallax, elongated shapes of figures, the depth and fuzziness.At this studio was created many famous characters Mickey Mouse, Pluto, Goofy etc. The production of this film lasted five years because of the difficulty of the animation, with over 600 animators working on the film. In these films the quality of animation was poor that was obviously for audience that characters not real, because of that computer heroes had secondary roles. A Dinosaur's Story (1993 film) Premiered: November 24, 1993 Length: 73 minutes Directed by: Dick Zondag, Ralph Zondag, Phil Nibbelink, Simon Wells Produced by: Stephen Hickner Distributed by: Universal Pictures We're Back! Walt Disney was first to use double tracked vocals for the song “Sing Sweet Nightingale” in which Ilene Woods, the voice of Cinderella, uses the technique to harmonize with herself. The Hunchback of Notre Dame (1996 film) Premiered: June 21, 1996 Length: 91 minutes Directed by: Gary Trousdale, Kirk Wise Produced by: Don Hahn Distributed by: Buena Vista Distribution Walt Disney’s 34th animated film, The Hunchback of Notre Dame is based on the writing of Victor Hugo who has a novel of the same name. The story tells of dinosaurs who travel to 21st-century New York City after they are fed brain grain cereal making them intelligent and non-violent. This clip is taken from a 1938 short called "How Walt Disney Cartoons Are Made". The film tells the story of Cinderella, a peasant girl with the help of singing mice and a fairy god-mother to attend the royal ball. This is Walt Disney's sixth animated feature film. The soundtrack features songs by Elton John, Tim Rice and composer Hans Zimmer. The Lion King tells a story about Simba, a young lion who is to succeed his father Mufasa as the king. It was animated for television in 1979. The Top 25 Most Popular Traditional Animation Films of the 21st Century. It was adapted for Broadway in 1994, being Disney’s first Broadway musical. The Princess and the Frog (2009 film) Premiered: December 11th, 2009 Length: 97 minutes Directed by: Ron Clements, John Musker Produced by: Peter Del Vecho, John Lasseter Distributed by: Walt Disney Studios The Princess and the Frog is the 49th film in the Walt Disney Animated Classic series, inspired by the novel The Frog Princess by E.D. document.write(''); The story is based on the legend of Robin Hood, Little John, Sheriff of Nottingham and everyone in Nottingham. Traditionally, animation has involved the filming of a series of cartoon drawings or objects so that, when projected, the illusion of movement is created. Movies. The idea for the film comes from a few Nike ads in the 1990’s featuring Michael Jordan and Bugs Bunny. We're Back! Fantasia (1940 film) Premiered: November 13th, 1940 Length: 126 minutes Starring: Leopold Stokowski Produced by: Walt Disney Distributed by: Walt Disney Productions Fantasia was first released in thirteen U.S. cities November 13th, 1940. In 1971 Institute of applied mathematics developed advanced software for creation the computer movies and created the camera with captures the frames from the display. Fantasia consists of eight animated segments with classical music conducted by Leopold Stokowski. Animators created virtual sets for the film by taking the Deep Canvas technique and creating a 360 degree set so they could use the camera like they would in a live action film. The Jungle Book (1967 film) Premiered: October 18, 1967 Length: 78 minutes Directed by: Wolfgang Reitherman Produced by: Walt Disney Distributed by: Buena Vista Distribution Walt Disney passed away during the production of The Jungle Book making it the last animated film he produced; being his 19th animated classic. Balto is based on a true story of a snow dog that helps save children suffering of diphtheria by delivering medicine. Tarzan (1999 film) Premiered: June 18, 1999 Length: 88 minutes Directed by: Chris Buck, Kevin Lima Produced by: Bonnie Arnold Distributed by: Buena Vista Pictures Tarzan is Walt Disney’s 37th animated classic film in which they used a technique called Deep Canvas allowing them to use a CGI background but still have the look of a traditional painting. Menu. Using this system soon was made ​​two spectacular animations - a visualisation the robot and modeled the interaction of two galaxies. More-traditional forms of line animation have continued to be produced in Europe by filmmakers such as France’s Paul Grimault (The King and the Bird, begun in 1948 and released in 1980), Italy’s Bruno Bozzetto (whose 1976 Allegro Non Troppo broadly parodied Fantasia), and Great Britain’s John Halas and Joy Batchelor (Animal Farm, 1955) and Richard Williams (Raggedy Ann and Andy, 1977). This was the … Fantasia 2000 (1999 film) Premiered: December 17th, 1999 Length: 97 minutes Produced by: Roy E. Disney, Donald W. Ernst Production Company: Walt Disney Pictures Distributed by: Buena Vista Pictures Fantasia 2000 is a 1999 traditionally animated film produced by Walt Disney Feature Animation. Georges Méliès accidentally invented the technique of shooting “stop-motion”.