Dumbo and Timothy Mouse Walt Disney Limited Edition Animation Cel, Framed
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Dumbo and Timothy Mouse Walt Disney Limited Edition Animation Cel, Framed

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  • Created by hand for precise replication; Certificate of Authenticity Seal
  • Measures 20-1/2 by 17-3/4 inches; also available in an unframed version

Rare, Classic Disney Limited Edition Animation Serigraph Cel (Sericel) featuring Dumbo and Timothy Mouse from the movie Dumbo. This Sericel carries the Seal of Authenticity from Walt Disney Company in the lower right corner. A 'must have' for any Disney collector or golf enthusiast. This Limited Edition looks great in any decor. A very popular choice for kids' bedrooms and playrooms. A Disney Cel make a fabulous gift which will be cherished forever.

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Mickey Mouse and Minnie Mouse Walt Disney Limited Edition Animation Cel, The Nifty Nineties, Unframed
Dec 19th, 2011 by Aldouspi

Mickey Mouse and Minnie Mouse Walt Disney Limited Edition Animation Cel, The Nifty Nineties, Unframed

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Donald Duck Golf Walt Disney Limited Edition Animation Cel, Unframed
Oct 18th, 2011 by Aldouspi

Donald Duck Golf Walt Disney Limited Edition Animation Cel, Unframed

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  • Features detailed image of Donald Duck golfing in a woodland setting
  • Created and painted by hand with precise line and color replication
  • Includes Walt Disney Company Certificate of Authenticity Seal in corner
  • Measures 14 by 11 inches; also available in a framed version

Rare, Classic Disney Limited Edition Animation Serigraph Cel (Sericel) featuring Donald Duck playing golf. This Sericel carries the Seal of Authenticity from Walt Disney Company in the lower right corner. A 'must have' for any Disney collector or golf enthusiast. This Limited Edition looks great in any decor. A very popular choice for kids' bedrooms and playrooms. A Disney Cel make a fabulous gift which will be cherished forever.

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Winnie the Pooh, Piglet, and Eeyore Walt Disney Limited Edition Animation Cel, Framed Reviews
Aug 18th, 2011 by Aldouspi

Winnie the Pooh, Piglet, and Eeyore Walt Disney Limited Edition Animation Cel, Framed

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  • Features detailed image of Winnie the Pooh, Piglet, and Eeyore
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  • Created by hand for precise replication; Certificate of Authenticity Seal
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Rare, Classic Disney Limited Edition Animation Serigraph Cel (Sericel) featuring Winnie The Pooh, Piglet and Eyore. This Sericel carries the Seal of Authenticity from Walt Disney Company in the lower right corner. A 'must have' for any Disney collector or enthusiast. This Limited Edition looks great in any decor. A very popular choice for kids' bedrooms and playrooms. A Disney Cel make a fabulous gift which will be cherished forever.

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A Short History of Anime
Nov 6th, 2010 by Aldouspi

A Short History of Anime

In 1854, Japan opened its ports to foreign trade. The technologies developed in the West were introduced to and quickly adopted by many in Japan. This included the inventions of Alva Edison and included the moving picture...

Thus began the era of Japanese animation, ushered in, in 1914, with the earliest anime being first screened in 1917 ‒ a two minute clip which featured a comedic folk tale about a samurai warrior.

By the 1930s, the anime industry had gained a significant amount of interest in Japan. Unfortunately, the local Japanese animators had to deal with a lot of competition, both from foreign and amongst local animators. As a result, Japanese animators had to work cheaply and were forced to optfor the animation technique called cutout animation, instead of the more expensive cel animation.

However, with cutout animation, Japanese animators such as Noburō Ōfuji and Yasuji Murata were still able to create wonders. Later on, animators such as Kenzō Masaoka and Mitsuyo Seo improved the Japanese animation industry, among others, by using cel animation and by introducing sound. In 1933, Masaoka produced the first talkie anime called "Chikara to Onna no Yo no Naka" or "The World of Power and Women".

This was succeeded in 1945, by Seo's direction of "Momotaro's Devine Sea Warriors", which was the first anime film at feature length.

The achievement of these Japanese animators was even more commendable because it was difficult to survive commercially. They also had to rely heavily on the support of the government, which entailed an obligation to include educational and militaristic propaganda. 

Additionally, Japanese animation was greatly influenced by the success of the 1937 feature film by the Walt Disney Company, called "Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs". For instance, Osamu Tezuka started to mimic American style cartoons to reduce costs and limit the number of frames in production and with that created the popular graphic novel known as "Shin Takarajima" or "New Treasure Island" in 1947.

In the 1970s, the Japanese film market shrunk due to the increased competition from television which eventually led to the bankruptcy of Mushi Productions. However, the work of Osamu Tezuka was able to survive this competition. In fact, his work was so impressive that he was often credited as the "god of manga". His distinctive "large eyes" style in animation still remains as one of the fundamental elements of anime today.

During this difficult era, a genre known as Mecha has also been introduced whose animation films include "Mazinger Z" (1972–74), "Science Ninja Team Gatchaman" (1972–74), "Space Battleship Yamato" (1974–75) and "Mobile Suit Gundam" (1979–80).

Other notable milestones for the Japanese animation industry include the release of "Akira" in the 1980s that has found huge success in both the Japanese and foreign market, and the boom in production in the 1990s due to the release of "Ghost in the Shell". Furthermore, in 2008, Doraemon has been officially appointed as the first Anime Ambassador by Japanese government in order to promote anime worldwide. All these led to the success of the animation industry of Japan that we know today.

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