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Is animation its own worst enemy in the public eye? Discuss

I’ve just finished listening to a short radio discussion between my old boss and animation academic Suzanne Buchan, writer of just about every book written on the subject Paul Wells and some bloke called Philip Dodd (who was apparently ICA … Read more ⇒

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Propaganda and War Time Animation – Part 3

Here are our final 10 British and US propaganda films. Donald’s Decision All Together The New Spirit The Spirit of ’43 Food Will Win the War Out of the Frying Pan and into the Firing Line The Grain that Built … Read more ⇒

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Propaganda and War Time Animation – Part 2

Here are 10 more British and US propaganda films  – enjoy! How to be a Sailor Commando Duck The Vanishing Private Sky Trooper Victory Vehicles Der Fuehrer’s Face Education for Death Reason and Emotion Thrifty Pig Seven Wise Dwarfs Join … Read more ⇒

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Propaganda and War Time Animation – Part 1

Yesterday I wrote a very short post which, after a fairly meandering journey, talked a little about propaganda animation produced during the war. Since then I’ve had several friends asking me more about the subject and, since it’s something that … Read more ⇒

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