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In addition to the thousands of cartoons it has restored, the museum houses thousands of classic illustrations, many drawing instructional materials, and plenty of interviews with animators from TheGoldenAgeOfAnimation, among other tasty treats. One of the most notable items included there is the highly regarded original version of the book ''Advanced Animation by Preston Blair", considered one of the best instructional books on animation ever published, with this ultra-rare version being out of print since the 1940s[[note]] This is due to it using licensed characters from Disney and MGM cartoons, although a later version of this book with altered drawings is still available to this day in local bookstores called "Preston Blair Animation 1" and a much later book called "Cartooning by Preston Blair"[[/note]].

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In addition to the thousands of cartoons it has restored, the museum houses thousands of classic illustrations, many drawing instructional materials, and plenty of interviews with animators from TheGoldenAgeOfAnimation, UsefulNotes/TheGoldenAgeOfAnimation, among other tasty treats. One of the most notable items included there is the highly regarded original version of the book ''Advanced Animation by Preston Blair", considered one of the best instructional books on animation ever published, with this ultra-rare version being out of print since the 1940s[[note]] This is due to it using licensed characters from Disney and MGM cartoons, although a later version of this book with altered drawings is still available to this day in local bookstores called "Preston Blair Animation 1" and a much later book called "Cartooning by Preston Blair"[[/note]].


''Animation Resources'' is a California located, non-profit museum, directed by former Spumco employee Stephen Worth. This museum serves not only to preserve many old cartoons in danger of being lost due to nitrate deteiration, but also serves as a research facility for aspiring animators and cartoonists. In addition to the thousands of cartoons it has restored, it also houses thousands of classic illustrations, many drawing instructional materials, and plenty of interviews with animators from TheGoldenAgeOfAnimation, among other tasty treats. One of the most notable items included there is the highly regarded original version of the book ''Advanced Animation by Preston Blair", considered one of the best instructional books on animation ever published, with this ultra-rare version being out of print since the 1940's[[note]] This is due to it using licensed characters from Disney and MGM cartoons, although a later version of this book with altered drawings is still available to this day in local bookstores called "Preston Blair Animation 1" and a much later book called "Cartooning by Preston Blair"[[/note]].

It also has an online site, which hosts much of their digitally archived material, which can be viewed and studied free of charge.

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''Animation Resources'' is a California located, non-profit museum, museum in California, directed by former Spumco employee Stephen Worth. This museum serves not only to preserve many old cartoons in danger of being lost due to nitrate deteiration, deterioration, but also serves as a research facility for aspiring animators and cartoonists. cartoonists.

In addition to the thousands of cartoons it has restored, it also the museum houses thousands of classic illustrations, many drawing instructional materials, and plenty of interviews with animators from TheGoldenAgeOfAnimation, among other tasty treats. One of the most notable items included there is the highly regarded original version of the book ''Advanced Animation by Preston Blair", considered one of the best instructional books on animation ever published, with this ultra-rare version being out of print since the 1940's[[note]] 1940s[[note]] This is due to it using licensed characters from Disney and MGM cartoons, although a later version of this book with altered drawings is still available to this day in local bookstores called "Preston Blair Animation 1" and a much later book called "Cartooning by Preston Blair"[[/note]].

It also has an online site, which hosts much of their digitally archived material, which can be viewed and studied free of charge.



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* ShownTheirWork: To date, it has saved thousands of cartoons and many other rare material from being lost forever due to the passage of time.

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* ShownTheirWork: To date, it the museum has saved thousands of cartoons and many other rare material from being lost forever due to the passage of time.time.
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''Animation Resources'' is a California located, non-profit museum, directed by former Spumco employee Stephen Worth. This museum serves not only to preserve many old cartoons in danger of being lost due to nitrate deteiration, but also serves as a research facility for aspiring animators and cartoonists. In addition to the thousands of cartoons it has restored, it also houses thousands of classic illustrations, many drawing instructional materials, and plenty of interviews with animators from TheGoldenAgeOfAnimation, among other tasty treats. One of the most notable items included there is the highly regarded original version of the book ''Advanced Animation by Preston Blair", considered one of the best instructional books on animation ever published, with this ultra-rare version being out of print since the 1940's[[hottip:*: This is due to it using licensed characters from Disney and MGM cartoons, although a later version of this book with altered drawings is still available to this day in local bookstores called "Preston Blair Animation 1" and a much later book called "Cartooning by Preston Blair"]].

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''Animation Resources'' is a California located, non-profit museum, directed by former Spumco employee Stephen Worth. This museum serves not only to preserve many old cartoons in danger of being lost due to nitrate deteiration, but also serves as a research facility for aspiring animators and cartoonists. In addition to the thousands of cartoons it has restored, it also houses thousands of classic illustrations, many drawing instructional materials, and plenty of interviews with animators from TheGoldenAgeOfAnimation, among other tasty treats. One of the most notable items included there is the highly regarded original version of the book ''Advanced Animation by Preston Blair", considered one of the best instructional books on animation ever published, with this ultra-rare version being out of print since the 1940's[[hottip:*: 1940's[[note]] This is due to it using licensed characters from Disney and MGM cartoons, although a later version of this book with altered drawings is still available to this day in local bookstores called "Preston Blair Animation 1" and a much later book called "Cartooning by Preston Blair"]].Blair"[[/note]].

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