Of Mice and Magic: A History of American Animated Cartoons Quotes

Leonard Maltin
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"Animation should be an art, that is how I conceived it. But...what you fellows have done with it is make it into a trade...not an art, a trade... bad luck."
WInsor McCay, Page 1

"While these films made a big hit, the theatre patrons suspected some trick with wires. Not until I drew Gertie the Dinosaur did the audience understand that I was making the drawings move."
Winsor McCay, Page 4

"Bray was the first successful cartoonist to become an even more successful producer."
Page 18

"No group of animators ever knew their characters as well as Disney's did, but this was not without its drawbacks and problems."
Page 49

"The culmination of all this technical and talent development was the production of Disney's first feature-length film, Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs."
Page 53


"When all was said and done, was this tremendous effort worthwhile? Some critics thought so, while others...

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