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Disney Princesses Essay

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If a girl was going to search for her Prince Charming, the first place she should look is in the world of animation. Animation has probably been around since the beginning of time. Although, the artwork that originally resembled animation was only one or two cels, animation today is made up of hundreds or thousands of cels.
The early animated movies were black and white, did not have a plot, and were mostly a series of little gags. Then came ... COLOR. To make an animated movie popular, color was needed to give it style. Walt Disney and his technicians created color to make the movies more enjoyable for the viewers.
What was the first Disney Movie to come out? It was Snow White ...view middle of the document...

But to others it might be called a happy and joyful movie. It teaches you to fend for yourself.
After World War II Disney came out with a few more feature animated movies such as: Cinderalla, Peter Pan, Lady and the Tramp, and Sleeping Beauty. One thing that Snow White, Cinderalla, and Sleeping Beauty all have in common is that they are all stories about princesses who live happily ever after with their prince. Most of the Disney movies made after World War II teach people that good will triumph over all evil. Cinderalla became the biggest money maker up to that time, making even more then Snow White. Lady and the Tramp was the first Disney Movie to be developed by 20th Century Fox. Sleeping Beauty was the next movie to be made after Peter Pan and Lady and the Tramp. It took over three years and cost over six million dollars. But since it didn't have humor or personality the critics called it "pretentious" (showy). The movie lost alot of money on it's first release.
One of Walt Disney's last films was 101 Dalmatians but, this was one of the harder movies to make. The animators had to have 101 spotted dogs on a clip together. In order to accomplish this they spoke to Ub Iwerks. Ub Iwerks was the creator of the Xerox copier. This was a machine that allowed the animators to draw a few dogs and then copy the rest. The Jungle Book...

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