Koko the Clown What is the weirdest cartoon you can find from the classical era? What makes it…

Koko the Clown

What is the weirdest cartoon you can find from the classical era? What makes it weird, exactly? Select one classical cartoon not seen in class (1895-1950) from Disney, Fleischer, MGM, Walter Lantz or another cartoon studio and write a close textual analysis of its visual style and comedic approach in response to this question Length: 5 pages

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The only references you can use is “Maureen Furniss A New History of Animation. New York: Thames and Hudson, 2016”

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Answer preview…….. The development of animation has come a long way to the modern society and every era in the arts had a distinct style which a majority of the artists used to develop the cartoons. The animation industry, therefore, presents a rich history of films and the arts and often speaks a lot regarding the production techniques and norms of particular eras. One of the fascinating cartoons from the early 20th century was Max Fleischer’s Koko the Clown. This cartoon which was famous especially in the 1920s and the 1930s transformed how animation was performed by introducing more human-like transformations to the movement and communication of the cartoons. From an overview of films involving Koko the Clown, the use of the rotoscope by Max Fleischer transformed cartoon production by adding more vigor and improving transitions as well as the themes included in animation………….

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