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Humorous Phases of Funny Faces (1906)

Humorous Phases of Funny Faces
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A cartoonist draws faces and figures on a blackboard - and they come to life.
Release date: 6 April 1906
Tags: 1906 (6), 1900s (3), Silent (2), Animation (2), Usa (2), Short Film (1), 3 Min. (1), Comedy (1), Black And White (1), Short (1)
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"DIR: J. Stuart Blackton SUMMARY: A series of amusing characters are draw in chalk and subsequently come to life. WHY IT'S HERE: J. Stuart Blackton secured his reputation as the father of American animation with this great early animated film which many consider the first example of the medium. Although this ignores the pioneering work of Reynaud, Blackthorn's work here undoubtedly improves upon Reynaud's wonderful but stiff creations. Blackton's line drawings, despite also being rather limit"



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