Animation describes shows wherein the main images are created by hand, stop-motion, or computer.
"We had to make these characters come to life. All you had to do was find a dictionary written by a man named Noah Webster, who about in 1845, wrote “animation: to invoke life.” You can’t say it any better than that." - Chuck Jones
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- Joseph Barbera on Hanna-Barbera’s cost-cutting technique of “limited animation”
Clip begins at: 15:23, Duration: 01m 11s
- Lucille Bliss demonstrates the voices on Crusader Rabbit
Clip begins at: 18:50, Duration: 01m 18s
- Fred Silverman on developing the long-running Scooby-Doo, Where Are You! and on solving initial network resistance to the "scary" concept of kids in a haunted house by centering on a goofy dog
Clip begins at: 23:30, Duration: 03m 43s
- James L. Brooks on the development and specific characters of The Simpsons
Clip begins at: 14:57, Duration: 13m 40s