Should we do each example by itself? Twilight of the Cockroaches
is animation in a real setting (with people) but the focus is on the animated character.
I haven't had the pleasure of seeing Cool World
yet, so I don't know precisely if it's real character in an animated world or the other way around.
Just going through... Rocky & Bullwinkle doesn't have a film page, all of the Disney stuff (those are horribly written examples, zero expansion) can just go under Disney/ (are we counting Song of the South
as Disney/ because they don't - shame, because it's great), Osmosis Jones
is a strange one because it's two worlds (one real and one animated) along side one another (to me it feels weird to have it under film/ because I remember there being more animation than live action - though that might be because the spin-off show was pure animation), The Phantom Tollbooth
(literature/), The Pink Panther
(film/), Incredible Mr Limpet (film/ I think it's just the cartoon fish and some undersea/cartoon bits, not sure), 9To5 (film/) and Happy Feet
(I think that should be westernanimation/ because everything I've seen of it has been CGI penguins and backgrounds, but I don't know about the humans.)
edited 1st Apr '12 3:55:42 PM by Jicragg