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A screen shot from 'The phable of a busted romance.'

(The Phable of a Busted Romance),1915

由于动画及影片的结合,我们得以一窥奇妙、古怪的卡通世界。1896年时,梅里叶 (George Melies) 向人们展示了快速投射一系列动作稍微改变的图画,就能生成物体行动错觉的技巧;十年后,影片开始使用动画图画,而疯狂猫 (Krazy Kat) 、腓力猫 (Felix the Cat) 、米老鼠 (Mickey Mouse) 及邦尼兔 (Bugs Bunny) 与世人见面早晚只是时间早晚的问题。随着有声影片问世,动画角色也开始澎湃发展。现在的星期六早上如果少了我们最爱的卡通,就不是我们印象中的星期六早晨了。

With the combination of animation and film, the wonderful, wacky world of cartoons was born. In 1896, George Melies demonstrated that objects could be set in motion by rapidly projecting a series of drawings with slight progressive changes. Ten years later, animated drawings were introduced to film and it was only a matter of time before the world met Krazy Kat, Felix the Cat, Mickey Mouse, and a "rascally rabbit" named Bugs Bunny. With the development of sound in film, the world of animated characters took flight. Now, Saturday mornings just wouldn't be the same without our favorite cartoons.

A screen shot from 'Krazy Kat. Krazy Kat, Having Fashioned a Pasty Filled with an Oleaginous Amplitude of Apple ...'
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