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A seagull flies over the Daxburg harbor, where fishermen go downstairs, they drive away an annoying bird. Donald Duck is going for a job interview. He wants to put on…

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Zigzag McCrack
Zigzag McQuack (English Lunchpad McQuack) - personal pilot and driver of Scrooge McDuck. Appearance Zigzag wears a flying suit, which includes: a brown leather jacket with fur in the hood,…

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Zigzag McCrack
Zigzag McQuack (English Lunchpad McQuack) - personal pilot and driver of Scrooge McDuck. Appearance Zigzag wears a flying suit, which includes: a brown leather jacket with fur in the hood,…

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animation cycles

Walt Disney Series: How Mickey Mouse Appeared?

In the next article from the series “History and Theory of Animation of the USA”, we will take a closer look at the serial works of Walt Disney. These long-term animation cycles have had a huge impact on the full-length production of the Walt Disney Pictures studio itself, as well as on many other animated films of the world working in studios in the UK, Italy, France, Canada and even Russia.

In 1920-1921, Walt Disney commissioned to take 12 short films – “Newman Laughter”. These are the only cartoons made completely by him, from beginning to end (as an artist, animator and author). These scenes from Kansas life were not particularly successful, but they allowed (materially) Disney to begin implementing his own idea – a series of adaptation of fairy tales. Reliance on a literary source and a narrative beginning will become key for the Disney studio for many years, especially in full-length animation (the first semi-animated film according to the original Continue reading

Walt Disney Series: How Mickey Mouse Appeared?
In the next article from the series “History and Theory of Animation of the USA”, we will take a closer look at the serial works of Walt Disney. These long-term…

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Disneyland series
In 1954, the Disney Company began to produce television programs, becoming one of the pioneers of first black and white, and then color television in the United States. The first…

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Disneyland series
In 1954, the Disney Company began to produce television programs, becoming one of the pioneers of first black and white, and then color television in the United States. The first…

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The story of Donald Duck and his nephews
Mickey Mouse and Donald Duck know everything. But not everyone knows who invented and painted them as we know them. Many mistakenly think that all Walt Disney characters were invented…

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