volume 6, issue 2, P163-175 2011
DOI: 10.1177/1746847711407624
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Abstract: By abandoning a linear understanding of film history, the author revisits animated film history by placing its emergence within the lineage of trick films. Analysis of discourses on the first animated cartoons -such as the critical and publicity discourses found in trade papers -reveals that these films were seen like any other trick films, not as a distinct type. How, then, can we explain the popularity of the first animated cartoons in the mid-1910s when trick films had almost disappeared? How can we accoun…

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