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1. History of Animated Features Chart

Designers Bill Younker and Larry Gormley have created a series of “information art prints” which they sell on their site, History Shots. Their latest graphic (by Gormley, below) chronicles the entire history of feature films from the 1910s until the present day (“2000 films, 20 genres, 100 years“). At the very top is a layer of animated films, for which the criteria for inclusion was that the feature has either “won important awards such as the best picture Academy Award; achieved critical acclaim according to recognized film critics; are considered to be key genre films by experts; and/or attained box office success”.

So where’s Fritz The Cat? An American Tail? Hey There It’s Yogi Bear? Let the debate begin! Click the chart below to see at full size; for more information on purchase visit History Shots.

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