Objects & Places from Of Mice and Magic: A History of American Animated Cartoons

Leonard Maltin
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Walt Disney Studios

This location is one of the most influential forerunners in the world of animation and was known for producing state of the art and ingenious animated works.

Hollywood

This location was a haven for the up and coming movie industry and was home to Paramount and Universal in 1912.

Kansas City

This location was home to Walt Disney and the site of the animator's first major success.

Walter Lantz Studios

This location was the company founded and operated by a world renowned animator, director, and producer known for creating Woody Woodpecker.

New York

This location was home to Margaret Winkler Productions and several famous animation studios.

Warner Brothers

This studio was a major motion picture studio in California known for the most famous characters in animation history including Bugs Bunny, Daffy Duck, Elmer Fudd, Wile E. Coyote, and The Roadrunner.

UB Iwerks Studio

This studio was...

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