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7th Feb '16 3:48:52 PM nombretomado
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Besides the main list, the book also included a list of 57 runner up cartoons that ''almost'' made it to the list, but ultimately didn't get enough votes. Unsurprisingly, 45 of these shorts are also from TheGoldenAgeOfAnimation. For convenience, they are posted below:
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Besides the main list, the book also included a list of 57 runner up cartoons that ''almost'' made it to the list, but ultimately didn't get enough votes. Unsurprisingly, 45 of these shorts are also from TheGoldenAgeOfAnimation.UsefulNotes/TheGoldenAgeOfAnimation. For convenience, they are posted below:
7th Feb '16 2:06:37 PM nombretomado
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''The 50 Greatest Cartoons''[[note]] cartoon ''short films'' neither full-length features nor television episodes are included[[/note]] is a list compiled in 1994 by animation historian Jerry Beck of Blog/CartoonBrew, along with many others in the animation field. The criteria were that each cartoon be under 30 minutes long and cel animated (with ''Gertie the Dinosaur'' being the sole exception, since it predates cels). Tellingly, 43 of the shorts are from TheGoldenAgeOfAnimation[[note]] with two shorts from TheSilentAgeOfAnimation, two shorts from TheDarkAgeOfAnimation, and three shorts from TheRenaissanceAgeOfAnimation[[/note]]; 17 of those are from the Creator/WarnerBros studio (a full fifth of the list having been directed by Creator/ChuckJones).
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''The 50 Greatest Cartoons''[[note]] cartoon ''short films'' neither full-length features nor television episodes are included[[/note]] is a list compiled in 1994 by animation historian Jerry Beck of Blog/CartoonBrew, along with many others in the animation field. The criteria were that each cartoon be under 30 minutes long and cel animated (with ''Gertie the Dinosaur'' being the sole exception, since it predates cels). Tellingly, 43 of the shorts are from TheGoldenAgeOfAnimation[[note]] UsefulNotes/TheGoldenAgeOfAnimation[[note]] with two shorts from TheSilentAgeOfAnimation, UsefulNotes/TheSilentAgeOfAnimation, two shorts from TheDarkAgeOfAnimation, UsefulNotes/TheDarkAgeOfAnimation, and three shorts from TheRenaissanceAgeOfAnimation[[/note]]; UsefulNotes/TheRenaissanceAgeOfAnimation[[/note]]; 17 of those are from the Creator/WarnerBros studio (a full fifth of the list having been directed by Creator/ChuckJones).
20th Oct '15 6:15:36 PM jamespolk
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19th Oct '15 4:29:41 AM lledsmar
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* The Furies (1976)- Sarah Petty, 1976 (As of 2015, the only toon on this list that isn't available media-wise)
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* The Furies (1976)- Sarah Sara Petty, 1976 (As of 2015, the only toon on this list that isn't available media-wise)
19th Oct '15 4:28:04 AM lledsmar
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* Allegreto (1981)- Oskar Fischinger, 1981
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* Allegreto (1981)- (1936)- Oskar Fischinger, 1981 1936
18th Oct '15 5:46:24 PM lledsmar
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* WesternAnimation/{{Moonbird}} John and Faith Hubley, 1959
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* WesternAnimation/{{Moonbird}} John and Faith Hubley, Hubley Studios, 1959
18th Oct '15 5:44:52 PM lledsmar
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* Allegreto (1981)- Oskar Fischinger
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* Allegreto (1981)- Oskar FischingerFischinger, 1981
18th Oct '15 5:43:59 PM lledsmar
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* The Box (1967)- Fred Wolf, 1967
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* The Box (1967)- Fred Wolf, Murakami-Wolf Films, 1967
18th Oct '15 5:42:48 PM lledsmar
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* The Furies (1976)- Sara Petty, 1976 (As of 2015, the only toon on this list that isn't available media-wise)
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* The Furies (1976)- Sara Sarah Petty, 1976 (As of 2015, the only toon on this list that isn't available media-wise)
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