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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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      Issue #6 October 1988

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      Oliver & Company: New Animation from Walt Disney Pictures. The Land Before Time: An Interview with Don Bluth. "Tattertown" Ralph Bakshi Animation. Inside: Pixar's "Tin Toy"

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      Issue #5 Summer 1988

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      Featured cover story is "What About Roger Rabbit?" Additional stories are - "Behind Roger Rabbit", "Roger Rabbit: A Family Tree" and "Combination Films: A Brief History."

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      Issue #4 Spring 1988

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      Animation Magazine 4th issue features and innovative article on Tim Burton animator/filmmaker.

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      Issue #2/3 December 1987

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      This second issue of Animation Magazine includes the first Animation Industry Directory. Featured is Pee Wee's Playhouse and an interesting interview with Pee Wee Herman. Includes articles of Ralph Bakshi's "Streetfight", "Pinocchio and the Emperor of the Night" and The New World of Marvel Productions: An Interview with Margaret Loesch.

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      Issue #1 August 1987

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      The premiere issue of Animation Magazine covers the 2nd Los Angeles International Animation Celebration. Reviews of the animated films being screened including 'The Brave Little Toaster' and 'Laputa.'

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