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Publisher: Oxford Univ Pr
"Barrier's book is as major contribution to our understanding of the work of not only the Disney animators, but also of men like Max and Dave Fleischer, Bill Hanna and Joe Barbera, John Hubley, and the brilliant Warner Bros. crew, especially Tex Avery, Friz Freleng and Chuck Jones. Barrier is so steeped in his subject, and so earnest about it, that he occasionally forgets to have fun with it; the prose is a little textbookish, and more illustrations would have been nice: Considering the subject, HOLLYWOOD CARTOONS is likely to become a standard history of American animation up to Disney's death in 1966."Barrier, Michael is the author of 'Hollywood Cartoons American Animation in Its Golden Age' with ISBN 9780195167290 and ISBN 0195167295.
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