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By Michael N. Salda

this can be an exploration of the powerful mix of Arthurian legend, caricature animation, and cultural and creative developments from 1933 to the current. in additional than one hundred seventy theatrical and televised brief cartoons, televised sequence and specials, and feature-length movies from The Sword within the Stone to Shrek the Third—all coated during this book—animators have many times introduced the around desk to existence. even though those productions vary drastically in tone and intent—spanning spectra from comedian to sober, terrific to life like, and interesting to edifying—they percentage within the facts of Camelot’s carrying on with relevance within the glossy world.

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