History WesternAnimation / SillySymphonies

28th Apr '18 4:17:43 PM fgtfghgtethrhjj
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28th Apr '18 12:21:21 PM nombretomado
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* Disney/ThreeLittlePigs: May 27, 1933, Burton Gillett: Featuring the namesake characters and the Big Bad Wolf; includes the iconic song "Who's Afraid of the Big Bad Wolf?", and won the Academy Award for Best Animated Short Film. One of The50GreatestCartoons.

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* Disney/ThreeLittlePigs: WesternAnimation/TheThreeLittlePigs May 27, 1933, Burton Gillett: Featuring the namesake characters and the Big Bad Wolf; includes the iconic song "Who's Afraid of the Big Bad Wolf?", and won the Academy Award for Best Animated Short Film. One of The50GreatestCartoons.



* The Big Bad Wolf: April 14, 1934, Burton Gillett: A follow up to the Disney/ThreeLittlePigs. Was considered a failure.

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* The Big Bad Wolf: April 14, 1934, Burton Gillett: A follow up to the Disney/ThreeLittlePigs.WesternAnimation/TheThreeLittlePigs. Was considered a failure.



* Three Little Wolves: April 18, 1936, David Hand: Another follow up to Disney/ThreeLittlePigs. Another failure.

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* Three Little Wolves: April 18, 1936, David Hand: Another follow up to Disney/ThreeLittlePigs.WesternAnimation/TheThreeLittlePigs. Another failure.



* The Practical Pig: February 24, 1939, Dick Rickard: Yet another follow up to Disney/ThreeLittlePigs. Like the other Little Pigs shorts after the first, it was a failure.

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* The Practical Pig: February 24, 1939, Dick Rickard: Yet another follow up to Disney/ThreeLittlePigs.WesternAnimation/TheThreeLittlePigs. Like the other Little Pigs shorts after the first, it was a failure.



* ArtShift: A very mild example, but in the follow-ups to "Disney/ThreeLittlePigs", animator Creator/GrimNatwick managed to bring some of the East Coast style of design into the shorts, as evident in the designs of Little Red Riding Hood and the Three Little Wolves, which wouldn't look so out of place in a [[Creator/FleischerStudios Fleischer cartoon.]] The girl from "Cookie Carnival" also has a Fleischer-esque look, due to her also being drawn by Grim.

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* ArtShift: A very mild example, but in the follow-ups to "Disney/ThreeLittlePigs", "WesternAnimation/TheThreeLittlePigs", animator Creator/GrimNatwick managed to bring some of the East Coast style of design into the shorts, as evident in the designs of Little Red Riding Hood and the Three Little Wolves, which wouldn't look so out of place in a [[Creator/FleischerStudios Fleischer cartoon.]] The girl from "Cookie Carnival" also has a Fleischer-esque look, due to her also being drawn by Grim.
24th Apr '18 6:44:05 PM Vinderzlow
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** One is also worn by the Queen Ant in ''The Grasshopper and the Ants''.
8th Mar '18 9:27:21 AM Oecchi
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8th Mar '18 8:39:04 AM lykevyni
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The ''Silly Symphonies'' shorts were a hugely influential series of [[WesternAnimation/ClassicDisneyShorts Disney short subjects]] from UsefulNotes/TheGoldenAgeOfAnimation, generally themed around music and lushly animated fairy tales. They were a very important part of Disney's history, pioneering many of their animation techniques, as well as giving animators preparation for work in the feature length animated films that the studio would later become famous for. The series would have a massive impact on the animation industry, inspiring many imitators, some of which would later evolve into future competitors for Disney, such as the WesternAnimation/LooneyTunes and [[WesternAnimation/LooneyTunes Merrie Melodies]] franchise. It also won seven Oscars, a record matched only by WesternAnimation/TomAndJerry.

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The ''Silly Symphonies'' shorts were was a hugely popular and influential series of [[WesternAnimation/ClassicDisneyShorts Disney short subjects]] from UsefulNotes/TheGoldenAgeOfAnimation, generally themed around music and lushly animated fairy tales. They were a very important part of Disney's history, pioneering many of their animation techniques, as well as giving animators preparation for work in the feature length animated films that the studio would later become famous for. The series would have a massive impact on the animation industry, inspiring many imitators, some of which would later evolve into future competitors for Disney, such as the WesternAnimation/LooneyTunes and [[WesternAnimation/LooneyTunes Merrie Melodies]] franchise. It also won seven Oscars, a record matched only by WesternAnimation/TomAndJerry.
8th Mar '18 8:15:58 AM cynicalcylon
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''Silly Symphonies'' was a hugely popular and influential series of [[WesternAnimation/ClassicDisneyShorts Disney short subjects]] from UsefulNotes/TheGoldenAgeOfAnimation, generally themed around music and lushly animated fairy tales. They were a very important part of Disney's history, pioneering many of their animation techniques, as well as giving animators preparation for work in the feature length animated films that the studio would later become famous for. The series would have a massive impact on the animation industry, inspiring many imitators, some of which would later evolve into future competitors for Disney, such as the WesternAnimation/LooneyTunes and [[WesternAnimation/LooneyTunes Merrie Melodies]] franchise. It also won seven Oscars, a record matched only by WesternAnimation/TomAndJerry.

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The ''Silly Symphonies'' was shorts were a hugely popular and influential series of [[WesternAnimation/ClassicDisneyShorts Disney short subjects]] from UsefulNotes/TheGoldenAgeOfAnimation, generally themed around music and lushly animated fairy tales. They were a very important part of Disney's history, pioneering many of their animation techniques, as well as giving animators preparation for work in the feature length animated films that the studio would later become famous for. The series would have a massive impact on the animation industry, inspiring many imitators, some of which would later evolve into future competitors for Disney, such as the WesternAnimation/LooneyTunes and [[WesternAnimation/LooneyTunes Merrie Melodies]] franchise. It also won seven Oscars, a record matched only by WesternAnimation/TomAndJerry.
8th Mar '18 4:07:49 AM jormis29
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* Woodland Café: March 13, 1937, Wilfred Jackson: Contains animator [[Creator/DisneysNineOldMen Ward Kimball's]] first animating assignment.

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* Woodland Café: March 13, 1937, Wilfred Jackson: Contains animator [[Creator/DisneysNineOldMen Ward Kimball's]] Creator/WardKimball's first animating assignment.
4th Mar '18 4:33:11 PM Snowsky
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* ChildHater: The witch in "Babes in the Wood".

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* ChildHater: The witch in "Babes in the Wood".Wood" turns children into various animals and locks them up ForTheEvulz.
4th Mar '18 4:31:42 PM Snowsky
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* MarryThemAll: Suggested, but averted in "The Cookie Carnival" when the Cookie Queen is choosing her king. "My advice would be, marry me! / No, me! / No, me-e-e-e-e! Perhaps you'd better marry all three!"

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* MarryThemAll: Suggested, but averted Suggested in "The Cookie Carnival" when the Cookie Queen is choosing her king. "My king from a wide pool of suitors and has rejected each one in turn.
-->'''Judge 1:''' We've tried our very best to find a king for you.
-->'''Judge 2:''' But you've said no to every one, what can we do?
-->'''Judge 1:''' My
advice would be, marry me! / me!
-->'''Judge 2:'''
No, me! / me!
-->'''Judge 3:'''
No, me-e-e-e-e! me-e-e-e-e!
-->'''Judge 1:'''
Perhaps you'd better marry all three!"three!
4th Mar '18 4:29:09 PM Snowsky
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* PetTheDog: In "The Goddess of Spring", the Devil/Hades feels enough love/compassion towards the titular goddess to ask her what he could do to stop her crying.

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* PetTheDog: PetTheDog:
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In "The Goddess of Spring", the Devil/Hades feels enough love/compassion towards the titular goddess to ask her what he could do to stop her crying.crying.
** At the end of "The Ugly Duckling" (the 1939 version), the mother duck appears to be happy that the "ugly duckling" found his family, and gives him a friendly wave goodbye.
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