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This is a list of films that combine live-action and animated elements, typically interacting. History[edit] In the later days of silent film, the popular animated cartoons of Max Fleischer included a series where his cartoon character Koko the Clown interacted with the live world; for example, having a boxing match with a live kitten. In a variation on this concept, Walt Disney's first directorial efforts (years before Oswald the Lucky Rabbit was born in 1927 and Mickey Mouse in 1928) were the animated Alice Comedies short cartoons, in which a young live-action girl named Alice interacted with animated cartoon characters. The Disney studio mixed live action and animation in several notable films (which are primarily considered live-action): Films with live action and animation Films with live action and animation
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Summer is here and it’s time to read! On the beach, at camp, poolside, at a cafe, on a boat, on a plane, on a train…just don’t read in an automobile, it will make you sick. Here’s a list of some of my favorite summer books. LOS ANGELES: 2019 | Back from the Off-World Colonies LOS ANGELES: 2019 | Back from the Off-World Colonies
[Following his appearance as French scientist and UFO-researcher Claude Lacombe in Close Encounters of the Third Kind, François Truffaut, more famous for his work behind the camera on his own films (though Spielberg cast him because he loved the way Truffaut had acted alongside children in L'enfant sauvage [1970]), received this letter from his friend, the great director Jean Renoir.] 7 March 1978 Beverly Hills Dear François, We have finally seen Close Encounters. It is a very good film, and I regret it was not made in France. Spectacular Attractions | film in all its forms Spectacular Attractions | film in all its forms
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