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      Issue #52 January/February 1997

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      Disney's New Breed of TV Animation: With nearly 75 years of history behind it, Disney has created a historic tradition in the world of animation. Now, however, there are so many changes afoot at Walt Disney TV Animation that the core creative challenge, says Dean Valentine, president of Walt Disney Television and Walt Disney TV Animation, is to maintain the Disney legacy and yet grow the company beyond it

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      Issue #51 December 1996

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      Beavis and Butt-Head Do Feature Animation: It seems only fitting that the last exciting development for 1996 in the world of animation is the release of Beavis and Butt-Head Do America, the new animated feature starring the outrageous stars of the MTV series. The Year in Review. The Most Influential in Animation. The 10 Hottest Issues in Animation. Hanna-Barbera Storyboard Search. 10 Companies to Watch in 1997

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      Issue #50 November 1996

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      Jamming With the Tunes: Space Jam, a ground-breaking movie, was produced in record-breaking time. Let's Get Digital. Shamus Culhane: On Paper, In Spirit

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      Issue #49 October 1996

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      Heeeeere's Jonny! Jonny Quest returns with a new look and a new series from Hanna-Barbera. VR and Real-time Animation: A Cryptic Venture. Selling Yourself At Events

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      Issue #48 September 1996

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      The Weird and Wacky World of Nick: Nickelodeon proves it's a global winner with innovative programming. The 1996 AniComm Awards: We pick the best and brightest commercials of the past year and bring them to you. 25 Years of Nelvana. Getting Organized.

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      Issue #47 August 1996

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      The Top 100 Creative CGI Visionaries: We pay tribute to the people who brought CGI to the forefront as well as to those who continue to broaden its innovative expanse in the first of this two-part story. The Fall TV Season: Animation's Remote Control Paradise - With nearly 50 new shows coming to viewers' homes, no one can say things are slowing down

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      Issue #46 June/July 1996

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      Ooh La, La!! Hunchback Gets Animated and It's an International Affair: After almost four years of totally focused creative efforts by filmmakers and artists in California, Florida, and France, Disney's version of Victor Hugo's The Hugo's The Hunchback of Notre Dame is ready - and it's like no film made by the Mouse that you you've ever seen. Symbiosis: The Allegiance Between Toys and Toons: Which comes first, the series or the toy? The answer is the series. Or the toy. Or more likely, both at the same time. Because, where licensing is concerned, there isn't a conventional procedure. Feature Animation: Not Just Kids Play Anymore - Animated films are being embraced by audiences and it's no longer just a Mouse-led field. Great stories, innovative design and mind-boggling technical advancements are making this the hottest genre to reach the silver screen

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      Issue #45 May 1996

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      Westwood Studios: Creating an Oasis by the Mirage - Founded by a couple of commando[programmer-artist types, Louis Castle and Brett W. Sperry, Las Vegas-based Westwood's mission is much akin to that of its home-town competition - give the people what they want. A 64-Bit World Lies in Wait: What do you get when you cross a $99 Nintendo game console with a half-million dollar SGI graphics supercomputer? The results may surprise you. Digital Effects Houses: Putting the Magic in Movies - Now, empowered by faster compmuters, great off-the-shelf software and a growing group of talented computer artists, the number of digital effects facilities have blossomed

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      Issue #44 April 1996

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      Film Roman Draws a Universal Language: No matter what your native language, Garfield the cat speaks your language. And that translates into a big plus for Film Roman as the animation firm dips its toes deeply into international waters. James and The Giant Peach: The Journey from Dahl to Disney - From the studio that made The Little Mermaid's lost souls cute and gutted the Beast's wolf fight in Beauty and the Beast, now comes an animated feature based on a work by that most unDisneysque of authors: Roald Dahl. Post and Animation: Merging Technique and Talent: With an animation project, post production is often paradoxically, more of a partner in the production process, and, with the arrival of sophisticated 3-D computer graphics software, post has even become the place to create the animation itself.

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      Issue #43 March 1996

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      Weather Prediction: Clear Skies for Blue Sky: Their peers are Industrial Light and Magic, Digital Domain and Pixar. But, unlike these mega-powers in the computer animation industry, you may not recognize their name. Hot Spot Directors: Labors of love - as well as of commission - are what is on display in these animated commercial spots. Warner Bros. Continues to Innovate: What's up doc? At Warner Bros., those wacky, lovable Looney Tune characters are swinging in with 'hare'-raising new movies.

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      Issue #42 February 1996

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      Saban Scores Success: With an eye toward the future, Saban Entertainment continues its visionary quest for entertainment that fulfills its successful track record. Digital Animation: The 'E' Ticket Ride - In this 2-D animation business, there's an explosion going on and that explosion just caused the pencil to self-destruct. The Quest for the Best Post: There are post production tasks galore, looming air dates and the production is way behind schedule. So, how do you pick the best place?

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      Issue #40/41 January 1996

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      An Overview of the Last 10 Years of Animation. The 30 Most Influential in Animation. Viewpoints on TV Networks, Feature Films, Independent Animators, Music, CGI Producers, Multimedia and much more!

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      Issue #39 December 1995

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      "Toy Story": On the Digital Frontier: Combining the winning talents of Pixar and Disney resulted in the first all-CGI, feature-length animated film about two toys that overcome adversity and become friends. June Foray: The First Woman of Voice: June Foray, one of the world's most recognized voice talents, was honored by ASIFA/Hollywood in November. Chuck Jones: Mortality and Immortality in Toontown: Chuck Jones just keeps animating and breathing new life into American classic characters such as the Roadrunner and Michigan J. Frog with new shorts

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      Issue #38 October/November 1995

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      The Simpsons Go 3-D: To create the best Halloween special ever, Fox, the network behind The Simpsons, turned to PDI to turn Bart and Homer into 3-D characters. Rounding Up the Fall TV Season: It's that time of year when a bevy of new series greet young and old alike on Saturday morning as well as weekday afternoons. Reaching for Global Gold: International animation production executives are packing their bags and heading to MIPCOM to show off their latest animated product

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      Issue #37 August 1995

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      Painting by Pixel: Switching from traditional ink and paint to digital is not an easy process. This report offers information and questions to ask when starting out. Playing With Toys: Take a sneak peek into Pixar's process of creating Toy Story, the first all computer animated feature film, set for release this fall. Animation's Eclectic Giant: (Colossal) Pictures continues to grow, still exploring new techniques and embracing the spirit of experimentation that marked its humble beginnings

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      Issue #36 August 1995

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      Holy Cartoons, Batman: Producers of animation continue to mine the funny pages and comic books to find the next animated series sensation. The 1995 AniComm Awards: From talking cars to driving through the landscape of an oil painting, commercial animators are using clay animation, CGI and, yes, traditional cel animation to bring their messages to America. We pick the best of the last year with some honorable mentions. Rabbits and Rodents and Freaks, Oh My! Warner Bros. Animation continues in its tradition of bringing great characters to animation that began with Brooklyn-brogued bunny named Bugs. A Farewell to Friz: The animitable Friz Freleng dies recently at age 89. Over the years he created Yosemite Sam along with other memorable animated characters.

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      Issue #35 July 1995

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      Annecy: Annecy turns 35 this year and the festival should prove to be one of the most stimulating in recent memory with new divisions of competition and many innovative activities. The Great Cartoon Experiment: Remember when cartoons were funny? A joint venture between Hanna-Barbera and the Cartoon Network called What a Cartoon! is bringing the fun back to this medium. Pocahontas: After the success of The Lion King, the folks at Disney are pushing the envelope once again with Pocahontas, a film that brings new dimension to the animated artform. Mary Blair: An Indelible Imprint - Known for her styling and sense of color, Mary Blair put her personal imprint on most of the Disney feature films from 1943 to 1953.

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      Issue #34 May 1995

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      Staking Their Claim: Nelvana has overcome early setbacks to become one of the leading animation houses in the world - especially in their ability to translate the illustrations of literary classics to animation. Around The World In Animation: WAnt to know what's happening in France, Spain or Hungary? This worldwide report will let you in on the international buzz. Silicon Graphics: The Big Picture - Considered by many to have unmatched graphics processing powers, SGI is one of the standard platforms for the animation industry. Don't Take Him For Granted: Joe Grant began working at Disney Studios 60 years ago and now he's back at Feature Animation working full-time.

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      Issue #33 February 1995

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      The Carmen Sandeigo Phenomenon: The history and creation of the lovely lady in red explained. Toward a Digital Future: Turner Feature Animation chooses USAnimation system for Cat's Don't Dance. AniMag Predicts Trends for '95: Our predictions for the year. What types of shows you can expect to see this fall and beyond. The New Wave in Post: The Post/LA expo aims to get the industry up to speed on new technology

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      Issue #32 January 1995

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      The Pagemaster: CGI and traditional cel animation join in a marriage of color that entices kids to go to the library and read. AAAHH!!! Real Monsters: A band of Monsters from Klasky Csupo have arrived on Nickelodeon to both scare and delight children and their parents. Animation on the Macintosh: It's almost time for MACWORLD! So hone up on the latest Mac info before heading out to the show. The Art of Disney and Sotheby's: Collectors of animation art thank art auctions for making their hobby profitable and... legal

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      Issue #31 October/November 1994

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      Film Roman: Afunny thing is happening to Phil Roman's company, it's becoming vertically integrated. Rocko Rama: The evolution of a character; Joe Murray's brainchild Rocko. TV Production: This season could measure up to be the most exciting in recent animation memory. Cel-Ebrate: CEL-EBRATION! an animation gallery near the Jersey Shoer, celebrates its tenth anniversary

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      Issue #30 July/August 1994

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      Pacific Data Images: Carl Rosendahl's cutting edge company represents the "now" and future of CGI, SIGGRAPH '94: A helpful "Buyer's Guide" to explore advances in computer imaging. Softimage. This Montreal-based company teamed with Industrial Light & Magic to bring The Mask to life. Disney Art Editions: Walt Disney had the foresight to insist all the Disney drawings be saved

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      Issue #29 May/June 1994

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      The Story of 'The Lion King': A behind-the-scenes look at the creation of Disney;s latest animated feature. Commercials' 94: An overview of commercial production as well as Animation's Top Ten. License to Thrill: The intricacies of getting a product licensed are explained. Hear from key players in the licensing game. A Tribute to Walter Lants: A glimpse into the heart of the man who created Woody Woodpecker.

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      Issue #28 March/April 1994

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      Reality Mega Bites: Our Consulting Editors meet with Digital Animators from legendary CGI studios from Industrial Light and Magic to independent Video Toaster Masters. Q&A with H&B: Popular Animation Historian, Beck conducts a candid interview with cartoon mogols Bill Hanna and Joe Barbera

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      Issue #27 January 1994

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      Be afraid, be very afraid. Duckman is coming to town. The Art of Syndication: Consulting Editors Gene Accas and Morrie Gelman - An in-depth look at NATPE, the trade show that will define our animated viewing for Fall 1994. Animation Collector.

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      Issue #26 November 1993

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      Outrageous Animation: This demented and often sick world of off-center animation is explored and discussed. Twelve outrageous and cutting-edge animators are also featured. An exclusive interview with the creator of Beavis and Butt-Head, Mike Judge. An inside look at the new MTV animation studio and a conversation with MTV executives, Abby Terkuhle and John Andrews

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      Issue #25 October 1993

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      Margaret Loesch and the Fox Children's Network - Rebels With A Cause. Fall TV Round: A detailed look at the new fall shows and a editorial on the FCC debate. Postcards from Expo '93: In this "How To" feature Kaufman examnnies this Macintosh based project.

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      Issue #24 July 1993

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      The Sage of Edgetown: Edith Ann goes prime-time with the help of Lily Tomlin, Jane Wagner and the talented team at Klasky Csupo. Play It Again Sam: A long overdue salute to the unsung heroes and heroines of animation - voice over directors. The Design Police: Rez.n8, a company profile. Rita Street & Alexander Petti

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      Issue #23 March 1993

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      Andy Heyward and Inspector Gadget Celebrate Dic's First Ten Years. Plus: American Independent Mark Zander discovers a Russian Classic

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      Issue #22 December 1992/January 1993

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      Yogi Has A New Boss: Fred Seibert Joins Hanna-Barbera. Steam: Peter Gabriel's CGI Masterpiece. Speed Raced is Back! Gahan Wilson's Diner. Who's Who In Computer Animation

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      Issue #21 October 1991

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      Jeffrey Katzenberg Goes For His 5th Straight Animated Hit. Plus: Who's Who in American Television Animation

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      Issue #19/20

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      American Independents - Is Bill Plympton the only animator to single handedly produce and animated feature in a one room New York loft? Japanese Animation - A probing look at controversial Japanese director Yoshiaki Kawajiri. Feature Films - Paramount pictures enter the "Animation Sweepstakes" with two daring features targeted at a new audience. Sidebar - A brief history of Paramount Animation. Computer Animation - MetroLight's computer animation system named Annie battles production budgets with style. Computer Animation - Homer & associates is pioneering new technology called "Motion Capture". International Animation - Guido Manuli and Maurizio Nichetti's VOLERE/VOLARE is a charming mixture of animation with live action. Historical Perspective - A tribute to Mark Davis: One of Walt Disney's celebrated "9 Old Men".

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      Issue #18 November/December 1991

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      Disney Abroad: A little-publicized studio outside of Paris has become Disney's European base; Behind the Scenes: Putting together the Fourth Los Angeles International Animation Celebration means a lot of hard work for some very dedicated people Inside Syndicated TV: Syndicated TV shows complete for the attention of nearly 5 million children.

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      Issue #17 September/October 1991

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      Fun and Games in Las Vegas: A report on the recent SIGGRAPH '91 Conference Annecy '91: Direct from the Continent, a recap of the festival Animation this Fall: This TV season boasts 15 animated series on the "Big Three" networks

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      Issue #16 July/August 1991

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      Liquid Television: MTV Beats the Networks to Cutting Edge Animation

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      Issue #15 May/June 1991

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      A look behind the scenes: Aardman Animation's Nick Park Wins the Oscar! Inside This Issue: A Beginner's Guide to Collectibles, Countdown to Annecy

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      Issue #14 January 1991

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      In This Issue: Restored and available for home viewing - Rocky and Bullwinkle. Joanna Priestly Is an American Independent. One Person, One Film: The UCLA Workshop Philosophy. Animation in Eastern Europe: Csaba Varga Interviewed.

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      Issue #13 October 1990

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      An original sequel from Disney's co-directors: The Rescuers Down Under. Klasky-Csupo's Bumper Crop. Fox Scrambles for Nielsen Ratings. How Ad Agencies Use Animation

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      Issue #12 August 1990

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      In This Issue: Jim Henson: A Day In the Life. Daytime Gold Rush: New Animation Explodes Onto The Weekday Scene. Japanese Animation: The Cult Grows Up. Animators Under Glass: Inside Disney/Florida. Compu-babble: A Computer Animation Glossary. Siggraph '90: Show Preview

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      Issue #11 February 1990

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      The Mouse and the Frog: Jim Henson Talks About His Merger With Disney. Inside: Animation Perestroika - Easter Europe Update. Bugs Bunny's 50th Birthday!

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      Issue #10 October 1989

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      The Simpsons: Prime Time Animation. Inside: The Little Mermaid, Disney's Underwater Fairy Tale

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      Issue #9 August 1989

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      Kickknack - Pixar's Team: Oscar Bound Again? American Independents: Making a Splash in the Big Pond

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      Issue #8 April 1989

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      Disney Today: Bi-Coastal Animation. "Tin" Turn to Gold: Pixar wins an Oscar! Spot Checks: Animating Commercials. Inside: Harlan Ellison: Corrupted by a Cartoon, Festival d'Annecy: Then and Now

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      Issue #7 January 1989

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      The Official Program for the Third Los Angeles International Animation Celebration

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