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Leonard Maltin Writing Styles in Of Mice and Magic: A History of American Animated Cartoons

Leonard Maltin
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Leonard Maltin is a well-known American film critic, lecturer and author. Maltin was born in New York City, son of a singer and immigration judge. Maltin is married to Alice Tlusty, a producer and researcher. Maltin is probably most known for his television appearances and no-nonsense reviews. Maltin appears in the Guinness Book of World Records for having the shortest film, a review consisting of one word.

Maltin has proven himself to be an authority on movies as well as animated features. As a result, Maltin often represents the final word in the mind of the viewing public.

Maltin's writing career started at an early age when he wrote for classic images. At age 15 Maltin also edited his own fan magazine called "Film Fan Monthly." Maltin is a big fan of cartoons as well as old Hollywood. Maltin attended New York University, where he received a bachelor's degree...

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