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Cartoons
The beginning• Silent film until  nowadays.• Émile Reynaud:  praxinoscope.• First cartoon:  Fantasmagorie -  Émile Courtet...
From 1920 until    1960
Felix the Cat• Frist popular character.• Successful• Decline at 1928 ( cartoons with sounds)• Back for the TV: 1953 (Long ...
Mickey Mouse• Mortimer• Plane Crazy (silent) and  Steamboat Willie (first  with sounds and music) :  1928• Anthropomorphis...
Betty Boop• Jewish immigrant with a  sexy image• Queen of the cartoons in  30’s.• Inspired in jazz.• Censured (Disney time...
Popeye the Sailor• Popeye = Pop Eye.• Stronger with spinach• Characters were inspired.
Tom and Jerry• Criated by Hanna-Barbera• Awards• Sadistic tendencies• Polemics• Inspiration for “The  Simpsons”.
From 1960 until nowadays.
The Flintstones     • Hanna-Barbera.     • 300 million       spectators in       80 countries.     • Prehistory’s family. ...
Scooby Doo• “Whos Ssssscared?” –  Very scary.• Changes• “Strangers in the Night”  – Frank Sinatra.• Considered the best of...
The Simpsons      • Satire of american’s        families (sitcom).      • More than 20 Emmy’s.      • Almost 500 episodes....
Rugrats• Babies’ adventures.• Metaphors literally• Only Angelica talks.• Rumor.
SpongeBob SquarePants• Created by a marine  biologist.• Bikini Bottom: inspired in  Seattle.• Affects attention and  learn...
Courage the Cowardly Dog• Adopted• Lives in Nowhere, Kansas.• Creppy criatures (ironic).• Area 51.• Not very childish• Ref...
Pokémon   • Created by Satoshi     Tajiri and Ken     Sugimori.   • Mark at pop culture.   • Started with games.   • Criti...
The Grim Adventures of Billy and                 Mandy• Sarcastic, ironic.• Grim Reaper lost a bet.• Mandy: evil, grumpy a...
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  1. 1. Cartoons
  2. 2. The beginning• Silent film until nowadays.• Émile Reynaud: praxinoscope.• First cartoon: Fantasmagorie - Émile Courtet.• 1910: Without colors and for adults.• Sounds before colors.
  3. 3. From 1920 until 1960
  4. 4. Felix the Cat• Frist popular character.• Successful• Decline at 1928 ( cartoons with sounds)• Back for the TV: 1953 (Long legs and a magic bag of tricks)
  5. 5. Mickey Mouse• Mortimer• Plane Crazy (silent) and Steamboat Willie (first with sounds and music) : 1928• Anthropomorphism• Clothes: tribute to Demolay.
  6. 6. Betty Boop• Jewish immigrant with a sexy image• Queen of the cartoons in 30’s.• Inspired in jazz.• Censured (Disney times): 1938• Appearance with Felix the Cat (comics):1984
  7. 7. Popeye the Sailor• Popeye = Pop Eye.• Stronger with spinach• Characters were inspired.
  8. 8. Tom and Jerry• Criated by Hanna-Barbera• Awards• Sadistic tendencies• Polemics• Inspiration for “The Simpsons”.
  9. 9. From 1960 until nowadays.
  10. 10. The Flintstones • Hanna-Barbera. • 300 million spectators in 80 countries. • Prehistory’s family. • Almost 30 minutes. • Anachronism.
  11. 11. Scooby Doo• “Whos Ssssscared?” – Very scary.• Changes• “Strangers in the Night” – Frank Sinatra.• Considered the best of cartoons.
  12. 12. The Simpsons • Satire of american’s families (sitcom). • More than 20 Emmy’s. • Almost 500 episodes. • Creatives openings. • Neologisms • Hollywood Walk of Fame • Black humor. • Censored at Venezuela.
  13. 13. Rugrats• Babies’ adventures.• Metaphors literally• Only Angelica talks.• Rumor.
  14. 14. SpongeBob SquarePants• Created by a marine biologist.• Bikini Bottom: inspired in Seattle.• Affects attention and learning• Squilliam Fancyson’ssuicide
  15. 15. Courage the Cowardly Dog• Adopted• Lives in Nowhere, Kansas.• Creppy criatures (ironic).• Area 51.• Not very childish• Refers to “The Exorcist” and “Thriller” by Michael Jackson
  16. 16. Pokémon • Created by Satoshi Tajiri and Ken Sugimori. • Mark at pop culture. • Started with games. • Criticized by religions. • Cruelty to animals.
  17. 17. The Grim Adventures of Billy and Mandy• Sarcastic, ironic.• Grim Reaper lost a bet.• Mandy: evil, grumpy and without feelings.• Billy: fool, stupid and happy.• “Smile... tomorrow will be worst.”• Refers to other produtions (Harry Potter, Dragon Ball, Lord Byron)
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