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  • 1. Cartoons and Animations in the 1930s
    By: KameronSalings
  • 2. The Great Depression
    The great Depression was a difficult time for America, with no money or food it was hard for most people to get by.
  • 3. The Movies!
    The movie theaters were the main for of entertainment during the Great Depression.
  • 4. What is a cartoon and an animation?
    While cartoons are the humorous drawings of a character, the animation is the movement of the cartoons.
  • 5. Animated Films
    Animated Films are films in which individual drawings, paintings, or illustrations are photographed frame by frame.
  • 6. Comic Strips in 1930s
  • 7. The Depression affected Films
    The themes, genres, and storylines of movies were all about unemployment, low wages, and general “hard times.”
  • 8. Golden Era of Hollywood
    Hollywood went through one of the most creatively and financially successful eras during the 1930s
  • 9. Major Film Studios
  • 10. MGM Studios
    MGM (Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer) Studios were known for their lack of realism.
  • 11. MGM Studios
    MGM’s Gone with the Wind and The Wizard of Oz were both nominated for Best Picture.
  • 12. Warner Brothers
    Warner Bros. Studio was founded by Harry, Jack, Albert, and Sam Warner in 1930s.
  • 13. Warner Brothers Studio
    Warner Bros. developed their own style by producing courageous narratives, social problems, and a succession of tough gangster movies.
  • 14. The Warner Bros.
    The Warner Brothers went from old BOSKO cartoons to the new Kids WB cartoons!
  • 15. Walter Disney
    Walter Disney and his brother Roy started the Walt Disney Company in 1923 in the rear of a small office.
  • 16. Movies created by Walt Disney Studios
    Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs was known as the peak of Disney’s success. Bambi, Peter pan, and Pinocchio was completed just after.
  • 17. Walt Disney Studios
    Mickey mouse was born in 1928, followed by Pluto, Goofy, Donald Duck, and the rest of the Disney gang.
  • 18. Sound was Added to Cartoons
    Bringing sound to movies helped transfer music, dialogue, and background sound successfully to the big screen.
  • 19. Color was Added to Cartoons and Animations
    ColorinfilmsbecameknownasTechnicolor.
  • 20. New Technology Today
    We now have 3-D movies to create three dimensional effects in a projected movie.