• Disney Cartoon Walt Film
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    A Pioneer in Entertainment Film: Walt Disney During a 43-year Hollywood career, which spanned the development of the motion picture medium as a modern American art, Walter Elias Disney was a pioneer and innovator, and the possessor of one of the most fertile imaginations the world has ever known. His creations set forth a foundation in the realm of animated entertainment through the use of modern applications and ingenious techniques. As an ambitious animator, Walt Disney began his career making...
  • My Favorite Cartoon Simpsons Springfield Show
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    My Favorite Cartoon! V The Simpsons Watching a hilarious cartoon on television may seem like the most relaxed thing in the world. However, ! SS The Simpsons!" is not only a stupid funny cartoon to keep us laughing for joy but also a clever TV program mixed up with irreverence and slightly twisted morality. I! |m not saying that how much influence this show can bring to our reality. But I think it! yens very well written. Also it constantly reflects and spoofs our society. The whole story takes ...
  • Bin Laden Cartoon World America
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    Tragedy struck a nation. The date was September 11, 2001, a misfortune that will linger in the memory of few but in the lives of many. Although this calamity took place in America, it falls upon those in all countries, either by account of close proximity or devoted alliance, and they will forever recall this event, registering it forever in their reflection. The nation was hit with the hand of a coward and the conscience of a criminal. The lack of justifiable means only illustrates the poor jud...
  • Cartoon Violence Television Children Child
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    Animation Violence Children from the ages 6-11 spend more time watching television than they do in the classroom. The "renaissance of TV animation" has undoubtedly led to more violent cartoons then ever before. But to talk about cartoon violence, it must first be defined. Webster's Dictionary defines violence "as the act (or threat) of injuring or killing someone." (Webster) And although the violence is not real, a child does not know the difference. Throughout the essay an understanding that t...
  • Walt Disney Mickey Mouse
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    Walt Disney Walt Disney was one of the famous motion-picture producers in history. He first became known in the 1920's and 1930's for creating such cartoon film characters as Mickey Mouse and Donald Duck. He later produced feature length cartoon films, movies about wild animals in their natural surroundings, and films starring human actors. Disney won 32 Academy Awards for his movies and for scientific and technical contributions to filmmaking. He also gained fame for his development of theme pa...
  • Television Violence And Children
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    The effects of television violence and children can vary according to the child. There are various effects, both physical and psychological, that can occur. First of all, the child, through his years of watching television, may develop the concept that violence is a way to solve problems. The watching of these television shows is where most of the children pick up this aggressive mindset they have. It is to be said that eighty percent of what you learn when you are a child, is from what you see....
  • The Simpsons Show Family Cartoon
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    The Simpsons This cartoon for grown-ups takes place in a fictional town called Springfield in the 1990's. The main character in the show is Homer Simpsons, a father of three and a husband. Homer works at the Springfield nuclear power plant. He is portrayed as a slacker who is completely unqualified for his job. He's also shown as a lazy couch potato and a little bit of an alcoholic. He " sal so shown as a 'pig' when it comes to food. His wife, Marge, is a good parent who has to keep an eye on H...
  • A Mid Summers Night Dream
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    A Mid Summers Night Dream One play can be told in so many different ways but yet have the same story behind it. A major example of this is the six interpretations of William Shakespeare's play A Mid Summers Night Dream. In class we saw these six versions, there were many differences in these plays. The setting, accuracy, costuming, acting, direction, and interpretations. The versions we saw were; a cartoon of the play, a 1940 s, 1960 s, and a 1999 movie versions of the plat and last we a 1999 st...
  • Cartoons Violence Tom And Jerry
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    Cartoon Violence In the cartoon, All Dogs Go to Heaven, the main character, a dog, dies. When he arrives in heaven, he receives a watch that allows him to return to earth. After viewing this scene, Matthew, a five-year old boy, asked his mother when his dog would get her watch. Matthew's dog passed away over a year ago, but because Matthew, as well as other children, is unable to separate real life from fiction; he believed that his dog would receive a watch and return to him. Many types of viol...
  • Mel Calman 1990 Times Cartoon
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    Mel Calman (1931-1994) Pocket cartoonist, illustrator and writer. Mel Calman was born in Hackney, London on 19 th May 1931, the son of a timber merchant. He was educated at Perse School, Cambridge and studied illustration at St. Martin's School of Art and Goldsmith's College. He was a cartoonist on the Daily Express (1957-63), the Sunday Telegraph (1964-65), the Observer (1965-6), the Sunday Times (1969-84) and The Times (1979-94). He also contributed to Cosmopolitan and House & Garden and foun...
  • Cartoons Land Of Imagination
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    Cartoons: Land of Imagination Just as Moses climbed Mount Sinai to receive the ten commands, the following are the ten laws that govern my most interesting place. 1. Any body suspended in space will remain in space until made aware of its situation. 2. Any body in motion will tend to remain in motion until solid matter intervenes suddenly. 3. Any body passing through solid matter will leave a perforation conforming to its perimeter. 4. The time required for an object to fall twenty stories is g...
  • Vice President Mckinley Lewis Roosevelt
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    Mockery of McKinley Mocking is contemptuous or ironic in manner or wit, an object of amusement, a specific act of ridicule or derision. Mockery is commonly associated with editorial cartoons, but what if the alleged is our nations president. Alfred Henry Lewis, the editor of "The Verdict Newspaper, creates a satirical but significant view of the 1900 elections. Lewis first grabs your attention with the clever, eye-popping caricature of Theodore Roosevelt. Assuming, the audience is aware of their...
  • Semiotics Analysis Governor General
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    Part A In our modern culture, a societies opinions, beliefs and understanding of their environment is shaped heavily by the information that is presented to them through the mass media. One of the many mediums that the media use as a tool to inform the public is visual art such as the political cartoons that appear in many newspapers on a daily basis. On the surface these cartoons seem to be depicting the illustrated individuals in a comical manor and scenario that is relevant to their current r...
  • The Art Of Anime And Hentai
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    (n, sexual perversion, sexual pervert; adj, sexually perverted) In Japanese "Hentai" refers strictly to sexual perversion. However in North America this word has been adopted and is used to refer to pornographic Anime. In Japan pornographic Anime is called Porno Anime (Japanese pronounciation of "Porno") or Ero (From erotic / eros ). Some pornographic Anime is also referred to as bishoujo, based on the character design style of the female characters, however not all bishoujo is pornographic; Sai...
  • Consuming Bruce Dawe Consumerism Song Cartoon
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    Consumerism Consumerism refers to the practice of consuming or a typical state of mind in a free market context and by consumerism, we are talking about a concern, even an obsession with owning and consuming material things. I have studied a number of texts including two of Bruce Dawe's poems, namely "Enter Without so Much as Knocking" and "Breakthrough." I have studied and analysed a song from Jennifer Lopez, entitled "Love Don't Cost a Thing" and a cartoon from Michael Leunig. These texts have...
  • Walt Disney Bridging Past And Present
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    "When your heart is in your dreams, no request is too extreme, when you wish upon a star your dreams come true." Walt Disney is by far one of the influential people of the twentieth century. Try to imagine a world without Walt Disney's magic, his movies, or even his theme parks. He has signal handedly shaped the entertainment industry in to what we know today. He pioneered the fields of animation, movies, and entertainment. Walt Disney was our bridge from the past to the future. Walt had a very ...
  • Political Cartoon Black White Blacks
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    The mid to late 1800's was a very important period of American History. This was the time when black men were no longer slaves and were considered free men. They were granted freedom, the right to vote, and the right of citizenship. Not everyone was happy with this however. There were two main groups that were not pleased with this at all. These two groups were the White League and the Ku Klux Klan. In the political cartoon, there is a picture of a representative from each of these groups stand...
  • Cartoon Language Actions Leaders
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    Analysis of Le unig cartoon Seal M A large cartoon with the leaders of Australia and America, this cartoon initially engages readers with its sheer size. Exaggerated language and an openly sadistic tone is aptly used to create black humour. The combination works to highlight the inhumanity that the leaders are consenting to. Underlining the grotesque elements of the text work to "hammer" the brevity of actions being proposed while also enhancing the effect of alliteration. This alliteration rein...
  • Hot Wheel Batman Bat Mobile
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    Batman Imagine you " re 5, and you come home from school. You throw your stuff down, grab the TV remote, sit down, and turn the TV on. You watch the screen go from black to color as you wait anxiously for your cartoon. Then you see a bat. Not any bat, but Batman, cruising around in his bat mobile, and you think "Wow, how cool!" And finally, when your parents take you to Toys' R' Us, you look around for Batman, past the Barbie's, past Spider-Man, past x-m... there it is, the Bat Mobile, the BAT M...