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...

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