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My Old Kentucky Home(First Sound Cartoon) UNCUT
 
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WARNING: There is some pretty racist content in this cartoon. Released in 1926 by the Fleischer Brothers beating out Disney's Steamboat Willie by two years. The only copy of the cartoon that seems to be on Youtube right now has a bit of the ending cut out so for historical purposes here is the uncensored copy.
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Walt Disney Animation Studios' Steamboat Willie
 
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The classic Mickey Mouse cartoon
Disney's Steamboat Willie Redux By Joel Turssel | 2018 Full Color Animated Short
 
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Disney's Steamboat Willie Redux By Joel Turssel | 2018 Full Color Animated Short Steamboat Willie Redux premiered at Mickey: The True Original Exhibition in New York City on November 18, 2018, 90 years after Walt Disney's original Steamboat Willie made its debut. The sign next to the viewing area reads: " Steamboat Willie Redux is a modern, graphic reimagining of Walt Disney's Steamboat Willie, the original synchronized sound cartoon short featuring first public appearance of Mickey Mouse. The short was broken up into 35 scenes which were assigned to various artists or teams of artists from all over the world. We asked each contributor or team to synchronize their animation to the original soundtrack and (for the sake of continuity) to compose their scenes using the original scene layout. Artists were encouraged to be as imaginative and graphically playful. The end result is an exciting, contemporary interpretation of the classic 1928 Mickey Mouse short film. " LINKS: ➤ WATCH Mickey The True Original Exhibition Full Tour : https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NWGeIvMYMDo&t=654s ➤ SUBSCRIBE to my channel : https://www.YouTube.com/BenLaurence ➤ TWITTER @1Ben_Laurence : https://twitter.com/1Ben_Laurence ➤ INSTAGRAM @1ben_laurence : http://instagram.com/1ben_laurence/ ➤ FACEBOOK Group : https://www.facebook.com/groups/507408669614542/?multi_permalinks=507409142947828&notif_id=1513013775004012&notif_t=like ➤ T-SHIRTS & MERCH : https://shop.spreadshirt.com/BenLaurence/ ➤ DONATE : https://www.paypal.me/BenLaurence ➤ SUPPORT FUTURE VIDEOS : https://www.patreon.com/BenLaurence ➤ Theme song and music by Rossco Soletrain : https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCwF9181GQ4snCMmyz0mueGA ➤ Download the full theme song and other great songs on Rossco's SoundCloud : https://soundcloud.com/rosscosoletrainbeats ➤ Ben’s email : [email protected] ➤ Tresh’s INSTAGRAM @TreshMarie : https://www.instagram.com/treshmarie/ ➤ Tresh’s Channel (she doesn't make videos) : https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCvsQ1ePb8EeJ288na9Swz9w ➤ CoolStanley’s Channel : https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC3TW-Afh3r3SncthmfSO6zw ➤ Mailing Address : Ben Laurence P.O. Box 695 Manomet, Massachusetts 02345 The footage of Steamboat Willie and the soundtrack are property of the Walt Disney Company. I do not own the footage or audio. (Please don't sue me lol) #MickeyTrueOriginal #Mickey90 #SteamboatWillieRedux
Views: 253355 Ben Laurence
Walt Disney's: Steamboat Willie 1928 (HD Remastered Edition) #Mickey90
 
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CELEBRATE THE FIRST TIME MICKEY MOUSE BECAME AN ICON! PLEASE NOTE - VIDEO HAS BEEN RE-RENDERED IN A FULL HD QUALITY AS BEST AS I COULD GET IT WITHOUT COPYRIGHT STRIKE AND JUST FOR FUN! I SANK THE DISNEYLAND PARK STEAMBOAT WILLIE THEME ON TO IT. THIS VIDEO IS JUST FOR FUN TO CELEBRATE MICKEY'S 90TH. Steamboat Willie is a 1928 American animated short film directed by Walt Disney and Ub Iwerks. It was produced in black-and-white by Walt Disney Studios and was released by Celebrity Productions. Initial release: 18 November 1928 (USA) Directors: Walt Disney, Ub Iwerks Voice: Walt Disney Cast: Walt Disney Music composed by: Wilfred Jackson, Bert Lewis Producers: Walt Disney, Roy O. Disney Steamboat Willie is especially notable for being the first Disney cartoon with synchronized sound, including character sounds and a musical score. Disney understood from early on that synchronized sound was the future of film. It was the first cartoon to feature a fully post-produced soundtrack which distinguished it from earlier sound cartoons such as Inkwell Studios' Song Car-Tunes (1924–1927) and Van Beuren Studios' Dinner Time (1928). Steamboat Willie became the most popular cartoon of its day. Music for Steamboat Willie was arranged by Wilfred Jackson and Bert Lewis, and included the songs "Steamboat Bill", a composition popularized by baritone Arthur Collins during the 1910s, and "Turkey in the Straw," a composition popularized within minstrelsy during the 19th century. The title of the film is a parody of the Buster Keaton film Steamboat Bill, Jr. (1928),itself a reference to the song by Collins. Walt Disney performed all of the voices in the film, although there is little intelligible dialogue. Mickey Mouse pilots a river steamboat, suggesting that he himself is the captain. He cheerfully whistles "Steamboat Bill" and sounds the boat's three whistles. Soon the real captain, Pete, appears and orders Mickey off the bridge. Mickey blows a raspberry at Pete, and then Pete attempts to kick him but Mickey rushes away in time and Pete kicks himself in the rear accidentally. Mickey rushes down the stairs, slips on a bar of soap on the boat's deck and lands in a bucket of water. A parrot laughs at him, and Mickey throws the bucket at it. Pete, who has been watching the whole thing, pilots the steamboat himself. He bites off some chewing tobacco and spits into the wind. The spit flies backward and rings the boat's bell. Amused by this Pete spits again, but it hits himself in the face, making him fuss. Steamboat Willie © Walt Disney Music Company, ©UMG On behalf of: Walt Disney #steamboatwillie #mickeymouse #minniemouse #steamboatbill #steamboatbilljr #disneyland #disney #waltdisney #ubiwerks
Steamboat Willie As Told By Emoji | Disney
 
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Celebrate World Emoji Day with the emoji-fied versions of Steamboat Willie in this his black and white world! SUBSCRIBE to get notified when new Disney videos are posted: http://di.sn/Subscribe Get even more Disney YouTube Oh My Disney: https://www.youtube.com/user/OhMyDisney Disney Style: https://www.youtube.com/user/disneysstyle Disney Family: https://www.youtube.com/user/Disney Mickey Mouse: https://www.youtube.com/user/DisneyShorts You Might Also Like: As Told By Emoji: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLpSnlSGciSWPZtUvlHLEp9_M5FPlC8LLa Tsum Tsum Shorts: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLpSnlSGciSWPewHLHBq5HFLJBGhHrsKnJ Sing Alongs: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLpSnlSGciSWPBUsHQKmXGX3TB-FTSO0U6 More Disney! Instagram: http://Instagram.com/Disney Twitter: http://Twitter.com/Disney Facebook: http://Facebook.com/Disney Tumblr: http://disney.tumblr.com/ Steamboat Willie is a 1928 American animated short film directed by Walt Disney and Ub Iwerks. It was produced in black-and-white by Walt Disney Studios and was released by Celebrity Productions. The cartoon is considered the debut of Mickey Mouse and his girlfriend Minnie, although both the characters appeared several months earlier in a test screening of Plane Crazy. Steamboat Willie was the third of Mickey's films to be produced, but was the first to be distributed because Walt Disney, having seen The Jazz Singer, had committed himself to producing the first fully synchronized sound cartoon. Mickey Mouse pilots a river steamboat, suggesting that he himself is the captain. He cheerfully whistles "Steamboat Bill" and sounds the boat's three whistles. Soon the real captain, Pete, appears and orders Mickey off the bridge. Mickey blows a raspberry at Pete, and then Pete attempts to kick him but Mickey rushes away in time and Pete kicks himself in the rear accidentally. Mickey rushes down the stairs, slips on a bar of soap on the boat's deck and lands in a bucket of water. A parrot laughs at him, and Mickey throws the bucket at it. Pete, who has been watching the whole thing, pilots the steamboat himself. He bites off some chewing tobacco and spits into the wind. The spit flies backward and rings the boat's bell. Amused by this Pete spits again, but it hits himself in the face, making him fuss. The steamboat makes a stop at "Podunk Landing" to pick up a cargo of various livestock. Just as they set off again, Minnie appears, running to catch the boat before it leaves. Mickey does not see her in time, but she runs after the boat along the shore and Mickey takes her on board by hooking the cargo crane to her underwear. Landing on deck, Minnie accidentally drops a guitar and some sheet music for the song "Turkey in the Straw" which are eaten by a goat. The two mice use the goat's body as a phonograph which they play by turning its tail like a crank. Mickey uses various objects on the boat as percussion accompaniment and "plays" the animals like musical instruments. This ends with them using a cow's teeth to play the song as a xylophone. Finally Captain Pete is unamused and puts Mickey to work peeling potatoes. In the potato bin, another parrot appears in the port hole and laughs at him again. The mouse throws a peeled potato at him, knocking him into the river below. The film ends with Mickey laughing. A Little Disney History: From humble beginnings as a cartoon studio in the 1920s to its preeminent name in the entertainment industry today, Disney proudly continues its legacy of creating world-class stories and experiences for every member of the family.
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Steamboat Willie - Mickey Mouse - Lego Ideas Project
 
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Support it here: https://ideas.lego.com/projects/144616 Steamboat Willie is the first fully synchronized sound cartoon directed by Walt Disney and Ub Iwerks. It was the debute of Mickey Mouse in a cartoon the first to be distributed and the third to be produced. So as an animator and a Lego fan I'd like to pay my respect to that marvelous production, which since was created then inspired a lot of talented artists. Because Disney Minifigures arrived, I have the luck to create a Mickey Mouse related set with him as well. In addition I repaint the figure to match the original 1928's appearance. The model designed to be tiny, easy to build and playable. You can put Mickey Mouse inside the boat also you can play with the cranes. The set includes 156 bricks. I hope you like, share and support it! Thank you for your attention!
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Steamboat Willie Alternate Sound Track
 
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Happy 82nd Birthday, Mickey Mouse! Yep. 82 years ago today, November 18, 1928, Walt Disney's "first" star, Mickey Mouse made his theatrical debut in "Steamboat Willie", the first-ever synchronized sound cartoon, at the Broadway theater in New York City. So to celebrate the birthday of everyone's favorite mouse, this is a special newly recorded soundtrack to the opening of "Steamboat Willie." (Introduced by Walt Disney, himself), then as the music ends, Walt introduces "The Skeleton Dance", the first Silly Symphony cartoon. This is from the Disneyland episode, "The Story of the Animated Drawing", originally aired on ABC in 1955. It is available on Walt Disney Treasures: Behind the Scenes at the Walt Disney Studio. Why I put "first" in quotation marks is because Mickey was NOT Walt's first star. We had Alice, then Oswald, THEN Mickey. Mickey was Walt's first HUGE star, but not his absolute first. Enjoy! NOTE: Copyright 1955, Walt Disney Productions
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Line Rider - Mountain King
 
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I synchronized the song "In the Hall of the Mountain King" by Edvard Grieg to my first line rider track drawing everything by hand. It took me over a month of my free time to create. Hope you enjoy! Also quick warning for headphone users, the song starts off quiet and gets a lot louder. Subscribe if you want to see more chaotic doodles. Big thanks to Conundrumer and Rabid Squirrel for the help and inspiration. Links to their channels are below. Conundrumer: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCyLsWnruJsALVNYg7osc_qA Rabid Squirrel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCqWUIhjy5fqh-XhsmbIfmUA Business contact: [email protected] https://twitter.com/doodlechaos
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HOW EARLY VITAPHONE SOUND MOTION PICTURES WORKED - 1926
 
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A description and demonstration of the Warner Bros Vitaphone sound and film system. Vitaphone was the 1st commercially successful sound system for motion pictures. Sound was recorded on a wax disc (record) synchronized to the camera. Copies of the disc were played back synchronized to the projector. The system was phased out in the 1930's and replaced with an optical sound track printed on the film.
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Mickey Mouse Cartoon | Disney Part 1
 
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Mickey Mouse made his debut, Nov. 18, 1928 in the animated short Steamboat Willie at the Colony Theater in New York City. Steamboat Willie was the world's first cartoon with synchronized sound and featured Walt Disney's own voice for Mickey's squeaks. Thank you for watching and sharing videos. And special thanks Walt Disney Productions - copyright unit was for me to share this video to Youtobe online community.
Views: 609 GiangAnh
Bosko The Talk-Ink Kid (1929)
 
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Unreleased pilot film from Summer 1929, three minutes in length, the "demo" two former Disney animators named Hugh Harman (1903-1982) and Rudolf Ising (1903-1992) used to sell the idea of a cartoon series that would compete with Disney’s Mickey Mouse and Silly Symphonies. Purportedly animated by Isadore Freleng (1906-1995) and Rollin Hamilton. This was said to be the first talking animated cartoon (Disney’s Steamboat Willie just synchronized music and sound effects). Leon Schlesinger, head of Pacific Art & Title, agreed to back the Harman-Ising effort and contracted them at a salary of $50/week to produce one cartoon for him no later than April 1, 1930. Afterwards, Schlesinger could option three years worth of cartoons. Video: "Inside Termite Terrace Vol. 1: Daffy The Commando". "Bosko Vol. 1".
Views: 795 Henry Nguyen
Line Riders - Beethoven's 5th
 
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I spent over 3 months synchronizing a line rider track to Beethoven's 5th drawing everything by hand. Any time a character leaves the screen they are being directed by unseen lines to the next location. This is not the full length of the piece. I spliced together parts to make it possible for me to finish the project in a practical amount of time. I don't think my sanity could handle 3 more months of this song. YouTube post processing seems to create a few millisecond audio delay if you are watching on the mobile YouTube app. If you notice this, watching the video in any web browser won't have this problem. Thanks again to Conundrumer for technical support for supporting multiple riders. Here is his channel and link to closed beta: https://www.youtube.com/user/TheConundrumer https://www.emergentstudios.io/line-rider-beta/ Symphony No. 5 Ludwig van Beethoven, Business Contact: [email protected]
Views: 3155423 DoodleChaos
Felix the Cat: The Goose That Laid the Golden Egg (1936) - Classic Cartoon
 
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Classic episode of Felix the Cat from 1936 - The Goose That Laid the Golden Egg. Felix is helping townspeople with his goose that lays a golden egg but when Captain Kidd kidnaps his goose things get crazy! With the advent of The Jazz Singer in 1927, Educational Pictures, who distributed the Felix shorts at the time, urged Pat Sullivan to make the leap to "talkie" cartoons, but Sullivan refused. Further disputes led to a break between Educational and Sullivan. Only when Walt Disney's Steamboat Willie made cinematic history as the first talking cartoon with a synchronized soundtrack (My Old Kentucky Home from Max and Dave Fleischer's Ko-Ko Song Car-Tunes preceded Willie, but did not gain the same recognition) did Sullivan see the possibilities of sound. He managed to secure a contract with First National Pictures in 1928. However, for reasons unknown, this did not last, so Sullivan sought out Jacques Kopfstein and Copley Pictures to distribute his new sound Felix cartoons. On 16 October 1929, an advertisement appeared in Film Daily with Felix announcing, Jolson-like, "You ain't heard nothin' yet!" Unfortunately, Felix's transition to sound was not a smooth one. Sullivan did not carefully prepare for Felix's transition to sound, and added sound effects into the sound cartoons as a post-animation process. The results were disastrous. More than ever, it seemed as though Disney's mouse was drawing audiences away from Sullivan's silent star. Not even entries such as the off-beat "Felix Woos Whoopee" (1931) or the Silly Symphony-esque "April Maze" (both 1930) could regain the franchise's audience. Kopfstein finally canceled Sullivan's contract. Subsequently, he announced plans to start a new studio in California, but such ideas never materialized. Things went from bad to worse when Sullivan's wife, Marjorie, died in March 1932. After this, Sullivan completely fell apart. He slumped into an alcoholic depression, his health rapidly declined, and his memory began to fade. He could not even cash checks to Messmer because his signature was reduced to a mere scribble. He died in 1933. Messmer recalled, "He left everything a mess, no books, no nothing. So when he died the place had to close down, at the height of popularity, when everybody, RKO and all of them, for years they tried to get hold of Felix ... I didn't have that permission [to continue the character] 'cause I didn't have legal ownership of it." In 1935, Amadee J. Van Beuren of the Van Beuren Studios called Messmer and asked him if he could return Felix to the screen. Van Beuren even stated that Messmer would be provided with a full staff and all of the necessary utilities. However, Messmer declined his offer and instead recommended Burt Gillett, a former Sullivan staffer who was now heading the Van Beuren staff. So, in 1936, Van Beuren obtained approval from Sullivan's brother to license Felix to his studio with the intention of producing new shorts both in color and with sound. With Gillett at the helm, now with a heavy Disney influence, he did away with Felix's established personality and made him just another funny-animal character of the type popular in the day. The new shorts were unsuccessful, and after only three outings Van Beuren discontinued the series.
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Steamboat Willie: Turkey In The Straw (With Lyrics) #Mickey90
 
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JOIN MICKEY MOUSE IN CELEBRATING HIS 90TH BIRTHDAY! "Turkey in the Straw" is a well-known American folk song dating from the early 19th century. The first part of the song's tune may be derived from the ballad "My Grandmother Lived on Yonder Little Green" which was derivative of the Irish ballad "The Old Rose Tree."Originally a tune for fiddle players, it was first popularized in the late 1820s and early 1830s by blackface performers, notably George Washington Dixon and Bob Farrell. Steamboat Willie is especially notable for being the first Disney cartoon with synchronized sound, including character sounds and a musical score. Disney understood from early on that synchronized sound was the future of film. It was the first cartoon to feature a fully post-produced soundtrack which distinguished it from earlier sound cartoons such as Inkwell Studios' Song Car-Tunes (1924–1927) and Van Beuren Studios' Dinner Time (1928). Steamboat Willie became the most popular cartoon of its day. Music for Steamboat Willie was arranged by Wilfred Jackson and Bert Lewis, and included the songs "Steamboat Bill", a composition popularized by baritone Arthur Collins during the 1910s, and "Turkey in the Straw," a composition popularized within minstrelsy during the 19th century. The title of the film is a parody of the Buster Keaton film Steamboat Bill, Jr. (1928), itself a reference to the song by Collins. Walt Disney performed all of the voices in the film, although there is little intelligible dialogue. © Walt Disney Music Company, ©UMG On behalf of: Walt Disney SONG ORIGINAL FROM "SING ALONG SONGS DISNEYLAND FUN" #mickeymouse #mickeymouseclub #steamboatwillie #waltdisney #turkeyinthestraw #mouseketeer
Oom Pah Pah (1930)
 
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A traveling band of musicians plays on the city streets. The group is so bad that it winds up in court. It turns out to be a good appearance- the musicians play so hot that the judge starts dancing. Synchronization was a phase in animation after the first sound films -- depending on whether you think the gong belongs to Disney for SEAMBOAT WILLIE or not. The Fleischer Brothers were producing early versions of their Screen Songs in 1925 and van Beuren's first sound cartoons came out several month's before Disney's. In any case, there was a transition period during which a cartoon might play in a theater equipped with sound one day and one without the next. Therefore sound tracks had to be merely accompaniment to a gag and not the gag itself. These were the synchronized cartoons. This is one of the best I have ever seen. It still shows all the typical shortcuts intended to cut down the cost of a cartoon: repeating action, light on the backgrounding and so forth. However, this cartoon about the travails of an Oompah band wandering the streets of the city trying to earn some money has some topnotch gags going for it -- notice the throwaway gag of the pendulum clock in the courthouse -- and some very nicely handled characters. I am quite taken with the policeman, whose dark uniform shows up beautifully in the print I saw. Synchronization left its mark on cartoons for many years afterwards, particularly with two classes of gags that were driven into the ground: the rubber-tire animation in which everything transformed into everything else, and the items-come-to-life gag. You see some of them here but they appear in sufficient variety that they are very funny. Country: USA Language: English Release Date: 11 May 1930 Sound Mix: Mono Color: Black and White
WALTT DISNEY
 
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Walter Elias "Walt" Disney (/ˈdɪzni/;[1] December 5, 1901 – December 15, 1966) was an American entrepreneur, animator, voice actor and film producer. A pioneer of the American animation industry, he introduced several developments in the production of cartoons. As a film producer he received 22 Academy Awards from 59 nominations and has won more individual Oscars than anyone else. He was presented with two Golden Globe Special Achievement Awards and one Emmy Award, among other honors. Several of his films are included in the National Film Registry by the Library of Congress. Born in Chicago in 1901, Disney developed an early interest in drawing. He took art classes as a boy and got a job as a commercial illustrator at the age of 18. He moved to Hollywood in the early 1920s and set up the Disney Brothers Studio (later The Walt Disney Company) with his brother Roy. With Ub Iwerks, Walt developed the character Mickey Mouse in 1928, his first highly popular success; he also provided the voice for his creation in the early years. As the studio grew, Disney became more adventurous, introducing synchronized sound, full-color three-strip Technicolor, feature-length cartoons and technical developments in cameras. The results, seen in features such as Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs (1937), Fantasia, Pinocchio (both 1940), Dumbo (1941) and Bambi (1942), furthered the development of animated film. New animated and live-action films followed after World War II, including the critically successful Cinderella (1950) and Mary Poppins (1964), the second of which received five Academy Awards. In the 1950s, Disney expanded into the amusement park industry, and in 1955 he opened Disneyland. To fund the project he diversified into television programs, such as Walt Disney's Disneyland and The Mickey Mouse Club; he was also involved in planning the 1959 Moscow Fair and the 1960 Winter Olympics. In 1965 he began development of another theme park, Disney World (now Walt Disney World), the heart of which was to be a new type of city, the "Experimental Prototype Community of Tomorrow" (EPCOT). Disney was a heavy smoker throughout his life, and died of lung cancer in December 1966 before the park or city was completed. Disney was a shy, self-deprecating and insecure man in private but adopted a warm and outgoing public persona. However he had high standards and high expectations of those with whom he worked. Although there have been accusations that he was racist or anti-Semitic, they have been contradicted by many who knew him. His reputation changed in the years after his death, from a purveyor of homely patriotic values to a representative of American imperialism. He nevertheless remains an important figure in the history of animation and in the cultural history of the United States, where he is considered a national cultural icon. His film work continues to be shown and adapted; his studio maintains high standards in its production of popular entertainment, and the Disney amusement parks have grown in size and number to attract visitors in several countries.
Views: 64 Abrar Sifan
Eevee Joins In | Pokémon | Cartoon Network
 
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A beautiful meadow provides our heroes with the perfect spot to take a break and witness a surprising performance! CN GAMES: http://bit.ly/CNGames SUBSCRIBE: http://bit.ly/109Y6wq WATCH MORE: http://bit.ly/1ANQpOe About Pokémon: The show follows the quest of the main character, Ash Ketchum, a Pokémon Master in training, as he and a small group of friends travel around the fictitious world of Pokémon along with their Pokémon partners. Connect with Pokémon Online: Visit Pokemon WEBSITE: http://bit.ly/11tsPCy Like Pokemon on FACEBOOK: http://on.fb.me/ZyndtB Follow Pokemon on TWITTER: http://bit.ly/13n0G31 About Cartoon Network: Welcome to the Cartoon Network YouTube Channel, the destination for all of your favorite cartoons and videos. Watch clips from shows like Teen Titans Go!, Steven Universe, Clarence, Adventure Time, Uncle Grandpa, The Amazing World of Gumball and more! Connect with Cartoon Network Online: Visit Cartoon Network WEBSITE: http://bit.ly/90omi9 Follow Cartoon Network on FACEBOOK: http://on.fb.me/SULxhQ Follow Cartoon Network on TWITTER: http://bit.ly/XqeBXf Follow Cartoon network on TUMBLR: http://bit.ly/1B3nUQF Evee Joins In | Pokémon | Cartoon Network http://www.youtube.com/user/CartoonNetwork
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Mickey's Follies (1929) Mickey Mouse
 
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Mickey's Follies is a Mickey Mouse short. It was released on August 28, 1929, and was the source of the song "Minnie's Yoo-Hoo". Mickey and his barnyard pals put on a show that includes dancing ducks, opera singing by Patricia Pigg, and Mickey's own rendition of his theme song, "Minnie's Yoo Hoo." Very little plot in this early black & white film. The Mouse gets to sing his theme song - "Minnie's Yoo Hoo!" - but not with Walt's voice. That looks like Clarabelle Cow as one of the spectators. Disney's animators have included a full quota of the udder-posterior-underwear gags they loved so well. Walt Disney (1901-1966) was always intrigued by drawings. As a lad in Marceline, Missouri, he sketched farm animals on scraps of paper; later, as an ambulance driver in France during the First World War, he drew figures on the sides of his vehicle. Back in Kansas City, along with artist Ub Iwerks, Walt developed a primitive animation studio that provided animated commercials and tiny cartoons for the local movie theaters. Always the innovator, his ALICE IN CARTOONLAND series broke ground in placing a live figure in a cartoon universe. Business reversals sent Disney & Iwerks to Hollywood in 1923, where Walt's older brother Roy became his lifelong business manager & counselor. When a mildly successful series with Oswald The Lucky Rabbit was snatched away by the distributor, the character of Mickey Mouse sprung into Walt's imagination, ensuring Disney's immortality. The happy arrival of sound technology made Mickey's screen debut, STEAMBOAT WILLIE (1928), a tremendous audience success with its use of synchronized music. The SILLY SYMPHONIES soon appeared, and Walt's growing crew of marvelously talented animators were quickly conquering new territory with full color, illusions of depth and radical advancements in personality development, an arena in which Walt's genius was unbeatable. Mickey's feisty, naughty behavior had captured millions of fans, but he was soon to be joined by other animated companions: temperamental Donald Duck, intellectually-challenged Goofy and energetic Pluto. All this was in preparation for Walt's grandest dream - feature length animated films. Against a blizzard of doomsayers, Walt persevered and over the next decades delighted children of all ages with the adventures of Snow White, Pinocchio, Bambi, Peter Pan and Mr. Toad. Walt never forgot that his fortunes were all started by a mouse, or that simplicity of message and lots of hard work always pay off. Country: USA Language: English Release Date: 26 June 1929 Also Known As: Les folies de Mickey
2018 Keepsake Ornaments | Steamboat Willie
 
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Happy 90th Anniversary, Mickey Mouse! The animated short film “Steamboat Willie” was the first Disney cartoon with synchronized sound, including character voices and a musical score. See the ornament from Keepsake Master Artist Ken Crow come to life. Share how you celebrate and tag @HallmarkStores. Subscribe: http://bit.ly/SubscribeHMS Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/HallmarkStores Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/HallmarkStores Welcome to Hallmark Gold Crown Stores—your destination for ideas and inspiration to help you connect, create, celebrate and show just how much you care. With meaningful gifts and cards, we make it easy to celebrate everyday moments, special occasions and all your relationships in a way that’s distinctly you.
Mickey Mouse 90th Birthday Tribute (1928 - 2018) Steamboat Willie Music Video
 
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Yesterday was the 90th Anniversary of STEAMBOAT WILLIE, the first Mickey Mouse film released for audiences. It premiered at the Colony Theater in New York on November 18, 1928. Probably the most impact-ful cartoon of all time, it was the first to combine animation with synchronized sound, which was still very new to audiences (THE JAZZ SINGER had just premiered the previous year). Walt Disney figured if he could get his animated characters to sing and talk, perhaps he could have an edge in the industry...boy, did he make the right choice. For this occasion, I put together this music video, featuring the original version of STEAMBOAT BILL matched up to the famous Disney/Iwerks film. STEAMBOAT WILLIE was a parody of the Buster Keaton film STEAMBOAT BILL JR. which was a play off the original song STEAMBOAT BILL, which is actually quite horrific if you listen to the lyrics.
Views: 2867 Nigel Dreiner
Mickey The True Original Steamboat Willie from Just Play
 
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Disney Mickey the True Original Steamboat Willie 16-inch stuffed musical Mickey Mouse toy! Celebrate 90 years of Mickey Mouse with commemorative toy inspired by his very first cartoon! First Mickey cartoon released! Black and white Mickey! Plays Steamboat Bill song! TTPM reviews this Disney stuffed toy! For full review and shopping info► https://ttpm.com/p/27656/just-play/mickey-the-true-original-steamboat-willie/?ref=yt Product Info: Celebrate 90 years of Mickey Mouse with this commemorative toy inspired by his very first cartoon. The Disney Mickey the True Original Steamboat Willie is a 16-inch stuffed Mickey Mouse toy featuring music, and movement. Steamboat Willie was the very first Mickey cartoon released, and also the first Disney cartoon with synchronized sound. It premiered in New York City on November 18, 1928. Just like the cartoon, this stuffed Mickey is in black and white. He's dressed in his Steamboat Willie outfit including his captain's hat, and holds a felt wheel. Press Mickey's left hand to hear music from the original cartoon, and watch Mickey sway along. #toyreviews #toys #TTPM ✮SEE MORE TOYS✮ Flushin' Frenzy Game: https://ttpm.com/p/27088/mattel/flushin-frenzy/?ref=yt Dr. Pimple Popper Pimple Pete Game : https://ttpm.com/p/27122/spin-master/dr-pimple-popper-pimple-pete-game/?ref=yt FurReal Ricky The Trick Lovin' Pup: https://ttpm.com/p/27048/hasbro/furreal-ricky-the-trick-lovin-pup/?ref=yt ✮SUBSCRIBE TTPM Toy Reviews✮ https://www.youtube.com/c/ttpm ✮SUBSCRIBE TTPM Baby Gear Reviews✮ https://www.youtube.com/c/ttpmbaby ✮SUBSCRIBE TTPM Pet Toys & Gear Reviews✮ https://www.youtube.com/c/ttpmpets ✮SUBSCRIBE TTPM First Look Toys Unboxing✮ https://www.youtube.com/c/ttpmfirstlooktoys ✮FOLLOW US✮ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/TTPMOfficial Twitter: https://twitter.com/ttpm Instagram: https://instagram.com/ttpmofficial/ Pinterest: https://www.pinterest.com/ttpmofficial/ Snapchat: TTPMOfficial: https://www.snapchat.com/add/ttpmofficial ✮FOLLOW TTPM Baby✮ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/TTPMBaby/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/TTPMbaby Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/ttpmbaby/ ✮FOLLOW TTPM Pets✮ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/TTPMPets Twitter: https://twitter.com/TTPMPets Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/ttpmpets/ Pinterest: https://www.pinterest.com/ttpmpets/ Disclosure: Toys reviewed by TTPM are selected by the TTPM editorial team from submissions from manufacturers who provide the samples for review consideration. The views and opinions presented represent those of TTPM and the reviewers. We do not accept any compensation for our reviews, and we do not review all products submitted. To submit a product for review consideration, contact us at [email protected]
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REVIEW: LEGO Steamboat Willie Disney Set 21317
 
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Beyond the Brick's Boone Langston reviews the LEGO Mickey Mouse Steamboat Willie Disney set 21317. This set is available for purchase beginning April 1, 2019. 🔔Subscribe for awesome new LEGO videos every day! https://goo.gl/xFsBuQ 👕Our new merch store with exclusive LEGO shirt designs: http://BTBmerch.com LEGO SET PRESS RELEASE: ––––– 21317 Steamboat Willie Ages 10+. 751 pieces US $89.99 – CA $119.99 – DE €89.99 – UK £79.99 – FR €89.99 – DK 749DKK – AU $129.99 All aboard Steamboat Willie to celebrate Mickey Mouse’s birthday! Disney Mickey Mouse fans will love this LEGO® Ideas 21317 Steamboat Willie building toy marking the 90th anniversary of the most famous cartoon character ever. Mickey Mouse made his screen debut in a 1928 black-and-white animated short film called ‘Steamboat Willie’, which was also the first Disney film to have synchronized sound. This LEGO brick version of the S.S. Willie features steam pipes that move up and down and paddle wheels that rotate when the boat is pushed along. The boat’s bridge has room for a minifigure and play-inspiring nautical details such as the ship’s wheel, life buoy and buildable bell. On deck there is a working crane to lift the ‘potato bin’ cargo aboard and this unique toy building set comes with new-for-April-2019 Mickey Mouse and Minnie Mouse minifigures, each with special silver-colored decoration, plus a parrot figure. An ideal LEGO set for kids and adults to recreate scenes from the original Mickey Mouse cartoon or simply build and display this striking monochrome model. • Build and display this collectible LEGO® set or recreate your favorite scenes from the classic Disney Mickey Mouse cartoon, ‘Steamboat Willie’. • This unique toy building set includes 2 new-for-April-2019 minifigures: Mickey Mouse and Minnie Mouse, each with silver-colored decoration, plus Mickey Mouse’s parrot figure. • The iconic Steamboat Willie boat features a black-and-white color scheme, hidden wheels, moving steam pipes, rotating paddle wheels, adjustable crane and assorted elements including the ‘S.S. Willie’ boat name sign, ‘1928’ year sign and a ‘potato bin’. • The boat’s bridge has space for a minifigure, a brick-built bell and assorted elements including the ship’s wheel and life buoy. • The 2 steam pipes move up and down and the 2 paddle wheels rotate when the boat is pushed along. • Accessory elements include Minnie Mouse’s guitar and music sheet. • This LEGO® Ideas creative toy building set comes with a booklet with building instructions, fun facts about the historic 1928 animated Disney short film ‘Steamboat Willie’, and information about this awesome retro set’s fan creator and LEGO designers. • Steamboat Willie toy boat measures over 5” (15cm) high, 10” (26cm) long and 5” (14cm) wide. ––––– 🎖️WWII in LEGO: http://bit.ly/2KoyGaQ 💥Star Wars in LEGO: http://bit.ly/2KcBqeB 🏰Amazing LEGO castles: http://bit.ly/2NrbIAH 💬Help translate our videos! http://bit.ly/2K5Q6rC Sponsored by Brickmania. Winners aren’t born… they’re built! Use promo code BEYONDTHEBRICK at http://www.brickmania.com/ for 5% off your order! Intro music: "Jay Jay" by Kevin MacLeod at https://incompetech.com/ -- Merch - http://BTBmerch.com Contact us: beyondthebricktv(at)gmail.com Subscribe on YouTube - https://goo.gl/xFsBuQ Instagram - https://goo.gl/UYxL4I Twitter - http://goo.gl/ub844 Facebook - http://goo.gl/NZQysf
Views: 23932 Beyond the Brick
Fleischer Studios: "My Ole Kentucky Home" (1926) Clip
 
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A clip from the 1926 animated short film "My Ole Kentucky Home", produced by Max & Dave Fleischer and released by Red Seal Pictures. An early example of experimentation with synchronized sound.
Animation Tutorial: Lip Syncing
 
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2day i teach u how to words. Lip Positions: http://i.imgur.com/MFvTKQU.jpg ********************************** Follow me! TUMBLR: http://www.domics.me FACEBOOK: http://www.facebook.com/domics.me TWITTER: https://twitter.com/OmNomDomz TWITCH: http://www.twitch.tv/d0mics iNSTAGRAM: http://www.instagram.com/omnomdomz
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Dickson Experimental Sound Film (1894) - 1st Music Score - William K.L. Dickson | Thomas Edison
 
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This is the world's first known experiment in creating a movie with a synchronized soundtrack. Filmed in Thomas Edison's Black Maria studio, it features director W.K.L. Dickson playing on violin a piece of "The Chimes at Midnight", an opera by Jean Robert Planquette. http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0177707/ CHANGE BEFORE GOING PRODUCTIONS: http://www.cbgp.com http://www.facebook.com/changebeforegoingproductions http://www.twitter.com/cbgproductions http://www.gplus.to/changebeforegoing http://www.pinterest.com/cbgproductions More classic silent films added to the channel daily. We hope you enjoy these movies and cartoons from early cinema, some of which contain new musical scores!
BW Adventures in Unova and Beyond: Painful Sound Waves | Pokémon | Cartoon Network
 
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SUBSCRIBE: http://bit.ly/109Y6wq Watch more Pokémon on Cartoon Network! About Pokémon: The show follows the quest of the main character, Ash Ketchum, a Pokémon Master in training, as he and a small group of friends travel around the fictitious world of Pokémon along with their Pokémon partners. Connect with Pokémon Online: Visit Pokémon WEBSITE http://bit.ly/11tsPCy Like Pokémon on FACEBOOK: http://on.fb.me/ZyndtB Follow Pokémon on TWITTER: http://bit.ly/13n0G31 About Cartoon Network: Welcome to Cartoon Network's YouTube Channel, the destination for all of your favorite cartoons and videos. Watch clips from shows like Adventure Time, Regular Show, The Amazing World of Gumball, Ben 10, Incredible Crew, NINJAGO, Legends of Chima and more! Connect with Cartoon Network Online: Visit Cartoon Network WEBSITE: http://bit.ly/90omi9 Follow Cartoon Network on FACEBOOK: http://on.fb.me/SULxhQ Follow Cartoon Network on TWITTER: http://bit.ly/XqeBXf BW Adventures in Unova and Beyond: Painful Sound Waves | Pokémon | Cartoon Network http://www.youtube.com/user/CartoonNetwork
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Tsum Tsum Mickey Mouse Through the Years
 
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Mickey Mouse's 90th birthday Tsum Tsum set of some of his cartoons and feature films starting with his first public cartoon that featured synchronized sound, "Steamboat Willie" to the film"The Three Musketeers". This cute set is displayed in a beautiful gold package. Subscribe for more videos! Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/beautifultoyreviews Website: http://www.beautifultoyreviews.com/ Google+: https://plus.google.com/u/0/109007659676182557031 Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/BeautifulToyReviews/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/beautifultoyrev Flickr: https://www.flickr.com/photos/[email protected] Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/beautifultoyreviews
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evian® Mickey 90th Anniversary Limited Edition Figurine Collection – Steamboat Willie
 
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A defining moment in the history of animated film, Steamboat Willie, produced in 1928, is the first Disney cartoon with synchronised sounds. Live young with the evian® Mickey Limited Edition Figurine Collection! In celebration of Mickey Mouse’s 90th anniversary, evian® collaborates with Disney to showcase Mickey in five most recognisable looks from his 90-year screen career. The five evian® Mickey Limited Edition Figurine bottles (310ml) are now available at leading supermarkets and retailers. Definitely worthy collectables, these compact bottles also double up as figurine toys for younger fans and the everyday accessories for all, no matter the style!
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My First Animation With Sound
 
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Using the techniques of animation, I drew and synchronized an animated cartoon (inspired by Milt Kahl) to the voice of my granddaughter Alyssa.
Views: 281 James Chansler
Sound Motion Pictures: "Finding His Voice" Fleischer Cartoon (1929) AT&T 11min
 
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This animated cartoon shows the workings of sound motion pictures. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sound_film A sound film is a motion picture with synchronized sound, or sound technologically coupled to image, as opposed to a silent film. The first known public exhibition of projected sound films took place in Paris in 1900, but decades passed before sound motion pictures were made commercially practical. Reliable synchronization was difficult to achieve with the early sound-on-disc systems, and amplification and recording quality were also inadequate. Innovations in sound-on-film led to the first commercial screening of short motion pictures using the technology, which took place in 1923. The primary steps in the commercialization of sound cinema were taken in the mid- to late 1920s. At first, the sound films which included synchronized dialogue, known as "talking pictures", or "talkies", were exclusively shorts. The earliest feature-length movies with recorded sound included only music and effects. The first feature film originally presented as a talkie was The Jazz Singer, released in October 1927. A major hit, it was made with Vitaphone, which was at the time the leading brand of sound-on-disc technology. Sound-on-film, however, would soon become the standard for talking pictures. By the early 1930s, the talkies were a global phenomenon. In the United States, they helped secure Hollywood's position as one of the world's most powerful cultural/commercial centers of influence (see Cinema of the United States). In Europe (and, to a lesser degree, elsewhere), the new development was treated with suspicion by many filmmakers and critics, who worried that a focus on dialogue would subvert the unique aesthetic virtues of soundless cinema. In Japan, where the popular film tradition integrated silent movie and live vocal performance, talking pictures were slow to take root. In India, sound was the transformative element that led to the rapid expansion of the nation's film industry.
Lego Mickey Mouse 21317 Steamboat Willie Speed Build
 
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Lego Mickey Mouse 21317 Steamboat Willie Speed Build ►Click here to Subscribe : https://www.youtube.com/c/AustrianLegoFan?sub_confirmation=1 ►Click here for all New Videos : https://www.youtube.com/AustrianLegoFan/videos 751 pcs £79.99 / $89.99 / 89.99€ Lego 2019 Lego 21317 Review ►Click here to purchase Lego on Amazon* : https://amzn.to/2E6Ivus My Amazon* Shop : https://www.amazon.com/shop/austrianlegofan ►Click here to Follow me on 👤 Instagram https://www.instagram.com/austrianlegofan 👤 Facebook https://www.facebook.com/Austrianlegofan Disney Mickey Mouse fans will love this LEGO® Ideas 21317 Steamboat Willie building toy marking the 90th anniversary of the most famous cartoon character ever. Mickey Mouse made his screen debut in a 1928 black-and-white animated short film called ‘Steamboat Willie’, which was also the first Disney film to have synchronized sound. This LEGO brick version of the S.S. Willie features steam pipes that move up and down and paddle wheels that rotate when the boat is pushed along. The boat’s bridge has room for a minifigure and play-inspiring nautical details such as the ship’s wheel, life buoy and buildable bell. On deck there is a working crane to lift the ‘potato bin’ cargo aboard and this unique toy building set comes with new-for-April-2019 Mickey Mouse and Minnie Mouse minifigures, each with special silver-colored decoration, plus a parrot figure. An ideal LEGO set for kids and adults to recreate scenes from the original Mickey Mouse cartoon or simply build and display this striking monochrome model. Build and display this collectible LEGO® set or recreate your favorite scenes from the classic Disney Mickey Mouse cartoon, ‘Steamboat Willie’. This unique toy building set includes 2 new-for-April-2019 minifigures: Mickey Mouse and Minnie Mouse, each with silver-colored decoration, plus Mickey Mouse’s parrot figure. The iconic Steamboat Willie boat features a black-and-white color scheme, hidden wheels, moving steam pipes, rotating paddle wheels, adjustable crane and assorted elements including the ‘S.S. Willie’ boat name sign, ‘1928’ year sign and a ‘potato bin’. The boat’s bridge has space for a minifigure, a brick-built bell and assorted elements including the ship’s wheel and life buoy. The 2 steam pipes move up and down and the 2 paddle wheels rotate when the boat is pushed along. Accessory elements include Minnie Mouse’s guitar and music sheet. This LEGO® Ideas creative toy building set comes with a booklet with building instructions, fun facts about the historic 1928 animated Disney short film ‘Steamboat Willie’, and information about this awesome retro set’s fan creator and LEGO designers. Steamboat Willie toy boat measures over 5” (15cm) high, 10” (26cm) long and 5” (14cm) wide. * The links to Amazon are affiliate links. The offers on Amazon do not come from me, but I get through the link a commission when a purchase takes place! There are no costs for you! You only support this channel! Many Thanks! :) #steamboatwillie #mickeymouse #legosteamboatwillie #lego21317 #21317lego #legoideas #legomickeymouse #youtubelegochannel #legoyoutube #legoalf #austrianlegofan #legospeedbuild
Views: 62585 AustrianLegoFan
Lego Ideas 21317 Disney Steamboat Willie Press Release Images - $89.99 - April 1, 2019
 
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High Resolution Images and a 360 degree view of the Lego Ideas 21317 Steamboat Willie. Available on the Lego.com website and Lego Stores April 1, 2019 for $89.99. All aboard Steamboat Willie to celebrate Mickey Mouse’s birthday! Disney Mickey Mouse fans will love this LEGO® Ideas 21317 Steamboat Willie building toy marking the 90th anniversary of the most famous cartoon character ever. Mickey Mouse made his screen debut in a 1928 black-and-white animated short film called ‘Steamboat Willie’, which was also the first Disney film to have synchronized sound. This LEGO brick version of the S.S. Willie features steam pipes that move up and down and paddle wheels that rotate when the boat is pushed along. The boat’s bridge has room for a minifigure and play-inspiring nautical details such as the ship’s wheel, life buoy and buildable bell. On deck there is a working crane to lift the ‘potato bin’ cargo aboard and this unique toy building set comes with new-for-April-2019 Mickey Mouse and Minnie Mouse minifigures, each with special silver-colored decoration, plus a parrot figure. An ideal LEGO set for kids and adults to recreate scenes from the original Mickey Mouse cartoon or simply build and display this striking monochrome model. Build and display this collectible LEGO® set or recreate your favorite scenes from the classic Disney Mickey Mouse cartoon, ‘Steamboat Willie’. This unique toy building set includes 2 new-for-April-2019 minifigures: Mickey Mouse and Minnie Mouse, each with silver-colored decoration, plus Mickey Mouse’s parrot figure. The iconic Steamboat Willie boat features a black-and-white color scheme, hidden wheels, moving steam pipes, rotating paddle wheels, adjustable crane and assorted elements including the ‘S.S. Willie’ boat name sign, ‘1928’ year sign and a ‘potato bin’. The boat’s bridge has space for a minifigure, a brick-built bell and assorted elements including the ship’s wheel and life buoy. The 2 steam pipes move up and down and the 2 paddle wheels rotate when the boat is pushed along. Accessory elements include Minnie Mouse’s guitar and music sheet. This LEGO® Ideas creative toy building set comes with a booklet with building instructions, fun facts about the historic 1928 animated Disney short film ‘Steamboat Willie’, and information about this awesome retro set’s fan creator and LEGO designers. Steamboat Willie toy boat measures over 5” (15cm) high, 10” (26cm) long and 5” (14cm) wide. Available directly through LEGO® from Monday 1st April, 2019 via shop.LEGO.com, LEGO® Stores or via phone.
Views: 37889 All New Bricks
LEGO IDEAS Steamboat Willie 21317 2019 set LEGO Speed Build, Unboxing and Review -4K-
 
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Product Release Apr 1, 2019 Item 21317 Ages 10+ Pieces 751 $89.99 89,99€ £79.99 Disney Mickey Mouse fans will love this LEGO® Ideas 21317 Steamboat Willie building toy marking the 90th anniversary of the most famous cartoon character ever. Mickey Mouse made his screen debut in a 1928 black-and-white animated short film called ‘Steamboat Willie’, which was also the first Disney film to have synchronized sound. This LEGO brick version of the S.S. Willie features steam pipes that move up and down and paddle wheels that rotate when the boat is pushed along. The boat’s bridge has room for a minifigure and play-inspiring nautical details such as the ship’s wheel, life buoy and buildable bell. On deck there is a working crane to lift the ‘potato bin’ cargo aboard and this unique toy building set comes with new-for-April-2019 Mickey Mouse and Minnie Mouse minifigures, each with special silver-colored decoration, plus a parrot figure. An ideal LEGO set for kids and adults to recreate scenes from the original Mickey Mouse cartoon or simply build and display this striking monochrome model. ► For more Videos please subscribe link below : https://goo.gl/8H8qJL Please check for more videos below. ► Lego Movie 2 https://goo.gl/BEX5kv ► Lego Overwatch playlist https://goo.gl/H7or3u ► Lego Minecraft playlist https://goo.gl/XXShxo ► Lego Nininjago playlist https://goo.gl/gMKb5f ► Lego Marvel Super Heroes https://goo.gl/XaRRE2 ► Lego Jurassic World https://goo.gl/WsKAXM #lego2019sets #legoideas #lego21317
Views: 1213 JJ BRICKS
Romantic Funny animation | (2018) funny cartoon
 
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TOP UPCOMING ANIMATED MOVIES 2018 (Trailer) comedy/romance animation with a lot of kiss 2018/মেয়েরা এমনই হয় TOP UPCOMING ANIMATED MOVIES 2018 (Trailer)/comedy/romance animation with a lot of kiss 2018TOP UPCOMING ANIMATED MOVIES 2018 (Trailer)/comedy/romance animation with a lot of kiss 2018TOP UPCOMING ANIMATED MOVIES 2018 (Trailer)/comedy/romance animation with a lot of kiss 2018TOP UPCOMING ANIMATED MOVIES 2018 (Trailer)/comedy/romance animation with a lot of kiss 2018 My first project Which produced better became a term for any movie action (animated or that was perfectly synchronized with music. The first cartoon to use a soundtrack was in 2018 with Max Fleischer'sThe music used is original most of the time, but is often employed. Animated characters usually performed the action in "loops," i.e., drawings were repeated over and over. . However the used a De Forest sound system and the sound was not completely synchronized with the 1928 cartoon was the first to use a click track during the recording session made the animation look stiff and the technique was later. Technicians at the Fleischer studio, in which animators trace live action in order to make animation look more realistic. However, used more for studying human and animal movement, rather than I'm going to publish
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Bollywood's love for Mickey mouse
 
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Shudh desi bollywood (SDB) Bollywood's love for Mickey mouse Heeeyyyyyy Everyone!!!! It's time to celebrate coz today is Mickey Mouse' s birthday. Today, 18th November he took his first step into the limelight by his debut in 'Steamboat Willie'. Spreading joy and love wherever his fame took him. Steamboat Willie was the first ever fully synchronized sound cartoon. We loved it back then, we love it now and his legacy will continue forever and ever. Stay Connected With Us On : Subscribe us - https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCou78d9-RPXbv-X_iUzYlQA Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/shudhdesibollywood/ Twitter - https://twitter.com/IISDBII Google+ - https://plus.google.com/109699871674847480139 Instagram -https://www.instagram.com/shudhdesibollywood/
Building Lego Ideas Steamboat Willie SET 21317 PART 3 4K
 
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Building Lego Ideas Steamboat Willie SET 21317 PART 3 4K Disney Mickey Mouse fans will love this LEGO® Ideas 21317 Steamboat Willie building toy marking the 90th anniversary of the most famous cartoon character ever. Mickey Mouse made his screen debut in a 1928 black-and-white animated short film called ‘Steamboat Willie', which was also the first Disney film to have synchronized sound. This LEGO brick version of the S.S. Willie features steam pipes that move up and down and paddle wheels that rotate when the boat is pushed along. The boat's bridge has room for a minifigure and play-inspiring nautical details such as the ship’s wheel, life buoy and buildable bell. On deck there is a working crane to lift the ‘potato bin’ cargo aboard and this unique toy building set comes with new-for-April-2019 Mickey Mouse and Minnie Mouse minifigures, each with special silver-colored decoration, plus a parrot figure. An ideal LEGO set for kids and adults to recreate scenes from the original Mickey Mouse cartoon or simply build and display this striking monochrome model. Build and display this collectible LEGO® set or recreate your favorite scenes from the classic Disney Mickey Mouse cartoon, ‘Steamboat Willie’. This unique toy building set includes 2 new-for-April-2019 minifigures: Mickey Mouse and Minnie Mouse, each with silver-colored decoration, plus Mickey Mouse's parrot figure. The iconic Steamboat Willie boat features a black-and-white color scheme, hidden wheels, moving steam pipes, rotating paddle wheels, adjustable crane and assorted elements including the ‘S.S. Willie’ boat name sign, ‘1928’ year sign and a ‘potato bin’. The boat’s bridge has space for a minifigure, a brick-built bell and assorted elements including the ship’s wheel and life buoy. The 2 steam pipes move up and down and the 2 paddle wheels rotate when the boat is pushed along. Accessory elements include Minnie Mouse's guitar and music sheet. This LEGO® Ideas creative toy building set comes with a booklet with building instructions, fun facts about the historic 1928 animated Disney short film ‘Steamboat Willie’, and information about this awesome retro set’s fan creator and LEGO designers. Steamboat Willie toy boat measures over 5” (15cm) high, 10” (26cm) long and 5” (14cm) wide.
Views: 108 Lego&gaming
TIH: William Tell & Mickey's Birthday (November 18 in History)
 
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Welcome to Today in History, your daily dose of fun facts, conspiracies and all that good stuff! On this episode: November 18 in History. What happened on November 18 in history? Enjoy our fun videos & discover the fun side of history! New video daily! Subscribe: http://www.youtube.com/user/gonutsKOKONUZZ?sub_confirmation=1 Topics Included on this Video for November 18 in History: 1. William Tell shoots an apple off his son’s head (November 18th 1307). Let’s start November 18th going back to the Middle ages where in 1307 legendary William Tell is supposed to have shot an apple off his son’s head. Wait, Don’t tell me you have not heard of William Tell before! This guy is Switzerland’s National hero, and no, he was not a chocolate maker, he was a badass crossbow warrior. The story goes something like this: Once upon a time there was a baddie terrorizing the peaceful Swiss people and our hero, William defied him. Bow to your hatten? Nein! To punish his defiance, the tyrant wanted to execute both William and his son, but had a more cruel idea: he told William that he could spare their lives if he could shoot an apple off the head of his son from a distance of 120 paces. To which William said: Are you kidden mich? Naturlich! And Bam! Apple is gone and the baddie is like… sheibe! Then I will imprison you for life. Only that William managed to escape, and of course, went back to the tyrant and said: yodeleihoho while he put an arrow through his evil forehead. That act of defiance motivated all the other Swiss people to start a Rebellion which would lead to the formation of the Swiss Confederation. And after that, they started raising purple cows, became chocolate makers, made complicated watches and kept tonnes of banking secrets, so with so much going on, of course, no time for more fighting! 2. Steamboat Willie – Mickey’s Birthday (November 18th 1928). Next Tuesday marks the 87th anniversary of the release of Walt Disney’s animated short Steamboat Willie, which is the first fully synchronized sound cartoon ever. Sure, who cares? Wait for it, cause that day is considered Mickey’s birthday. Yay! But that’s not really true… Actually Disney had made two silent Mickey Mouse films before but they had been kind of a flop. Would that stop him? No! He was committed to make it work and he thought that adding sound to the cartoon would make it way cooler. Good thinking my friend. However, the first attempt to synchronize the recording with the film was a disaster so the only way was to try again. But how are you going to afford it? People said. Well, he sold his car (Moon roadster) and to save money he himself performed all the voices! The result, changed entertainment history! Steamboat Willie would become the most popular cartoon of its day, and the rest, is history. KINO the pig is the conductor of the show, but for the other visual support we have used content found online (and sometimes we have altered it to make it relevant and funny). We have tried to get as much as possible from public domain and the rest most is parody. However since on Google Images it is hard to tell, we surely end up with some material made by someone else and we would have liked to list all the sources but honestly, the list would be endless, so if you want to get some image, let us know in the comments and if the original work is yours and you would like us to mention, let us know and we will happily do so  In any case, we will never delete or cover any source printed on the images. * The KOKONUZZ Channel features KINO, LUPPO, FIN, GINA, HARI, OTTO and KOO (and sometimes also parodies of celebrities/popular characters). For more details on our characters, check us out on: - Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/kokonuzz - Instagram: https://instagram.com/kokonuzz_ig/ - Twitter: https://www.twitter.com/KOKONUZZ - Tumblr: http://kokonuzz.tumblr.com/ - WeHeartIt: http://weheartit.com/Kokonuzz - Our website: http://www.kokonuzz.com/ Created by Kokonuzz: BE HAPPY, HAVE FUN & LET'S GO NUTS! We are a small StartUp with Big Dreams! Please support us by Subscribing our Channel! http://www.youtube.com/user/gonutsKOKONUZZ?sub_confirmation=1 Thanks Kokofans! Copyright © 2015 Kokonuzz
BABY DRIVER - 6-Minute Opening Clip
 
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Check out this cool 6 -minute clip from #BabyDriverMovie in cinemas August 2.
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The DEATH of WALT DISNEY ✮ His Death Story ✮ Beyond Death
 
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All about DEATH. SUBSCRIBE if you want to see more.... if you dare! Walter Elias Disney (/ˈdɪzni/;[1] December 5, 1901 – December 15, 1966) was an American entrepreneur, animator, voice actor and film producer. A pioneer of the American animation industry, he introduced several developments in the production of cartoons. As a film producer, Disney holds the record for most Academy Awards earned by an individual, having won 22 Oscars from 59 nominations. He was presented with two Golden Globe Special Achievement Awards and an Emmy Award, among other honors. Several of his films are included in the National Film Registry by the Library of Congress. Born in Chicago in 1901, Disney developed an early interest in drawing. He took art classes as a boy and got a job as a commercial illustrator at the age of 18. He moved to California in the early 1920s and set up the Disney Brothers Studio with his brother Roy. With Ub Iwerks, Walt developed the character Mickey Mouse in 1928, his first highly popular success; he also provided the voice for his creation in the early years. As the studio grew, Disney became more adventurous, introducing synchronized sound, full-color three-strip Technicolor, feature-length cartoons and technical developments in cameras. The results, seen in features such as Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs (1937), Pinocchio, Fantasia (both 1940), Dumbo (1941) and Bambi (1942), furthered the development of animated film. New animated and live-action films followed after World War II, including the critically successful Cinderella (1950) and Mary Poppins (1964), the latter of which received five Academy Awards. In the 1950s, Disney expanded into the amusement park industry, and in 1955 he opened Disneyland. To fund the project he diversified into television programs, such as Walt Disney's Disneyland and The Mickey Mouse Club; he was also involved in planning the 1959 Moscow Fair, the 1960 Winter Olympics, and the 1964 New York World's Fair. In 1965, he began development of another theme park, Disney World, the heart of which was to be a new type of city, the "Experimental Prototype Community of Tomorrow" (EPCOT). Disney was a heavy smoker throughout his life, and died of lung cancer in December 1966 before either the park or the EPCOT project were completed. Disney was a shy, self-deprecating and insecure man in private but adopted a warm and outgoing public persona. He had high standards and high expectations of those with whom he worked. Although there have been accusations that he was racist or anti-Semitic, they have been contradicted by many who knew him. His reputation changed in the years after his death, from a purveyor of homely patriotic values to a representative of American imperialism. He nevertheless remains an important figure in the history of animation and in the cultural history of the United States, where he is considered a national cultural icon. His film work continues to be shown and adapted; his studio maintains high standards in its production of popular entertainment, and the Disney amusement parks have grown in size and number to attract visitors in several countries.
Views: 1036 Beyond Death
LEGO Steamboat Willie to Celebrate Mickey Mouse Birthday! LEGO Marvel Games Collection, New LEGO Mug
 
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In this 2019 LEGO News episode we celebrate Mickey Mouse & Minnie Birthday with the LEGO Ideas 21317 Steamboat Willie set! Release date April 1st for all LEGO and Disney Mickey Mouse fans. We also have a look at the new LEGO Marvel Games collection and reveal a breaking news with a new splendid LEGO mug! Subscribe and leave comment for a chance to be featured! Build of the Week Amazing “How to build” videos from LEGO Certified Professional Jumpei Mitsui: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLAqZCUqS8NUuxJrtws3f7aM-c-XR9e0yc ! Video of the Week LEGO Marvel Collections Trailer on LEGO Gaming https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Mt098xaA8vw LEGO Ideas Steamboat Willie set details: Disney Mickey Mouse fans will love this LEGO® Ideas 21317 Steamboat Willie building toy marking the 90th anniversary of the most famous cartoon character ever. Mickey Mouse made his screen debut in a 1928 black-and-white animated short film called ‘Steamboat Willie’, which was also the first Disney film to have synchronized sound. This LEGO brick version of the S.S. Willie features steam pipes that move up and down and paddle wheels that rotate when the boat is pushed along. The boat’s bridge has room for a minifigure and play-inspiring nautical details such as the ship’s wheel, life buoy and buildable bell. On deck there is a working crane to lift the ‘potato bin’ cargo aboard and this unique toy building set comes with new-for-April-2019 Mickey Mouse and Minnie Mouse minifigures, each with special silver-colored decoration, plus a parrot figure. An ideal LEGO set for kids and adults to recreate scenes from the original Mickey Mouse cartoon or simply build and display this striking monochrome model. * Build and display this collectible LEGO® set or recreate your favorite scenes from the classic Disney Mickey Mouse cartoon, ‘Steamboat Willie’. * This unique toy building set includes 2 new-for-April-2019 minifigures: Mickey Mouse and Minnie Mouse, each with silver-colored decoration, plus Mickey Mouse’s parrot figure. * The iconic Steamboat Willie boat features a black-and-white color scheme, hidden wheels, moving steam pipes, rotating paddle wheels, adjustable crane and assorted elements including the ‘S.S. Willie’ boat name sign, ‘1928’ year sign and a ‘potato bin’. * The boat’s bridge has space for a minifigure, a brick-built bell and assorted elements including the ship’s wheel and life buoy. * The 2 steam pipes move up and down and the 2 paddle wheels rotate when the boat is pushed along. * Accessory elements include Minnie Mouse’s guitar and music sheet. * This LEGO® Ideas creative toy building set comes with a booklet with building instructions, fun facts about the historic 1928 animated Disney short film ‘Steamboat Willie’, and information about this awesome retro set’s fan creator and LEGO designers. * Steamboat Willie toy boat measures over 5” (15cm) high, 10” (26cm) long and 5” (14cm) wide. Available directly through LEGO® from Monday 1st April, 2019 via shop.LEGO.com, LEGO® Stores or via phone The LEGO YouTube Lab channel is the place where you can discover the latest trends, upcoming sets and news from the LEGO universe. We’ve also got how-to videos and plenty of tips and tricks to help you with your builds! You may enter... Make sure to hit subscribe here https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC-P2nvnAm3kUQH43M_6GpDQ?sub_confirmation=1 with new videos EVERY FRIDAY and SUNDAY you won't want to miss out!
Views: 26826 LEGO Access
Manual Transmission, How it works ?
 
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Help us to make future videos for you. Make LE's efforts sustainable. Please support us at Patreon.com ! https://www.patreon.com/LearnEngineering Working of a Manual transmission is explained in an illustrative and logical manner in this video with the help of animation. Here the working of Sliding mesh and synchromesh transmissions are well illustrated. This video also explains the working of a reverse gear. Like us on FB : https://www.facebook.com/LearnEngineering Voice-over artist :https://www.fiverr.com/mikepaine
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On This Day in Disney History - Sep 30th
 
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On This Day in Disney History … on this day in 1928, a second recording session for Steamboat Willie takes place in New York with conductor Carl Edouarde and a 15-piece band. The first session on September 15 had been a disaster as the musicians couldn't play in time with the animated film. This time Walt is prepared to deal with the problem of synchronization. Ub Iwerks has made a special print of the film with an animated bouncing ball - on both the sound track and the film. The ball rises and falls to the accent of the beat, thus creating a visual signal and a soft audio click. Instead of being projected above the band, Iwerks' print is projected directly down onto Edouarde's printed score. The session takes place in just three hours and is a complete success! The first cartoon short with synchronous sound will debut November 18, 1928.
Walt Disney -  part 01  -  PC Master
 
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Walter Elias Disney (December 5, 1901 – December 15, 1966) was an American entrepreneur, animator, voice actor and film producer. A pioneer of the American animation industry, he introduced several developments in the production of cartoons. As a film producer, Disney holds the record for most Academy Awards earned by an individual, having won 22 Oscars from 59 nominations. He was presented with two Golden Globe Special Achievement Awards and an Emmy Award, among other honors. Several of his films are included in the National Film Registry by the Library of Congress. Born in Chicago in 1901, Disney developed an early interest in drawing. He took art classes as a boy and got a job as a commercial illustrator at the age of 18. He moved to California in the early 1920s and set up the Disney Brothers Studio with his brother Roy. With Ub Iwerks, Walt developed the character Mickey Mouse in 1928, his first highly popular success; he also provided the voice for his creation in the early years. As the studio grew, Disney became more adventurous, introducing synchronized sound, full-color three-strip Technicolor, feature-length cartoons and technical developments in cameras. The results, seen in features such as Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs (1937), Pinocchio, Fantasia (both 1940), Dumbo (1941) and Bambi (1942), furthered the development of animated film. New animated and live-action films followed after World War II, including the critically successful Cinderella (1950) and Mary Poppins (1964), the latter of which received five Academy Awards. In the 1950s, Disney expanded into the amusement park industry, and in 1955 he opened Disneyland. To fund the project he diversified into television programs, such as Walt Disney's Disneyland and The Mickey Mouse Club; he was also involved in planning the 1959 Moscow Fair, the 1960 Winter Olympics, and the 1964 New York World's Fair. In 1965, he began development of another theme park, Disney World, the heart of which was to be a new type of city, the "Experimental Prototype Community of Tomorrow" (EPCOT). Disney was a heavy smoker throughout his life, and died of lung cancer in December 1966 before either the park or the EPCOT project were completed. Disney was a shy, self-deprecating and insecure man in private but adopted a warm and outgoing public persona. He had high standards and high expectations of those with whom he worked. Although there have been accusations that he was racist or anti-Semitic, they have been contradicted by many who knew him. His reputation changed in the years after his death, from a purveyor of homely patriotic values to a representative of American imperialism. He nevertheless remains an important figure in the history of animation and in the cultural history of the United States, where he is considered a national cultural icon. His film work continues to be shown and adapted; his studio maintains high standards in its production of popular entertainment, and the Disney amusement parks have grown in size and number to attract visitors in several countries.
Views: 28 PC Master
Walt Disney Birthday Video Greeting | Inviter.com
 
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https://inviter.com/g/Inviter/88fe8754b21dafcc903e5ebda5fd4f32 Walt disney was the first man to create a feature lenght movie using cel animation and The famous cartoon Mickey Mouse was created by walt disney. He created the first ever cartoon that synchronized sounds
Flushed! | A Mickey Mouse Cartoon | Disney Shorts
 
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Mickey attempts to save his goldfish after accidentally flushing him down the toilet. SUBSCRIBE to get notified when new Disney Shorts videos are posted: http://di.sn/SubscribeDisneyShorts Watch classic Mickey Mouse cartoons: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLC6qIbU1olyVpZCk1hpZDKxo2ikOpWExN Watch the new Mickey Mouse shorts: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLC6qIbU1olyXQe1WOKt8UJ4hErx3D7qt8 Get more from Disney! Disney YouTube: http://di.sn/SubscribeDisney Like Disney: http://Facebook.com/Disney Follow Disney: http://Twitter.com/Disney Disney Tumblr: http://disney.tumblr.com/ Disney Google+: http://plus.google.com/+Disney/posts Disney Instagram: http://Instagram.com/Disney About Mickey Mouse Cartoons: Mickey Mouse has been synonymous with Disney since first came into our lives in 1928 with a whistle and two step in the classic Disney cartoon Steamboat Willie. Mickey has appeared in over 130 films including “Brave Little Tailor” (1938) and “Fantasia (1940), as well as television shows like the Mickey Mouse Club and Mickey Mouse Clubhouse. Along with his gang of trusted friends, Minnie Mouse, Pluto, Goofy, Donald Duck, and even his nemesis Pete, Mickey is back for more fun and adventure in the brand new series of Mickey Mouse shorts, created by Paul Rudish. Welcome to Disney Shorts YouTube! Enjoy animated and live action Disney cartoons and short films. We have all your favorite original and new Disney characters! Enjoy classic Mickey Mouse cartoons with Donald Duck and Goofy to Schoolhouse Rock throwbacks and new digital shorts like Disney’s Planes. Plus we’ve curated some of our favorite animated short films from creators across the web that all Disney fans are sure to love! New Videos every Saturday!
Views: 35506979 Mickey Mouse
Boskos Holiday 1931 [Full Classic Bosko Cartoon]
 
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Bosko is an animated cartoon character created by animators Hugh Harman and Rudolf Ising. Bosko was the first recurring character in Leon Schlesinger's cartoon series, and was the star of 39 Looney Tunes shorts released by Warner Bros. He was voiced by Carman Maxwell, Johnny Murray, and Ruby Dandridge during the 1920s and 1930s, and once by Don Messick during the 1990s. In 1927, Harman and Ising were still working for the Walt Disney Studios on a series of live-action/animated short subjects known as the Alice Comedies. Hugh Harman created Bosko in 1927 to capitalize on the new "talkie" craze that was sweeping the motion picture industry. Harman began thinking about making a sound cartoon with Bosko in 1927, before he even left Walt Disney. Hugh Harman made drawings of the new character and registered it with the copyright office on 3 January 1928. The character was registered as a "Negro boy" under the name of Bosko. After leaving Walt Disney in the spring of 1928, Harman and Ising went to work for Charles Mintz on Universal's second-season Oswald the Lucky Rabbit cartoons. April 1929 found them moving on again, leaving Universal to market their new cartoon character. In May 1929, they produced a short pilot cartoon, similar to Max Fleischer's Out of the Inkwell cartoons, Bosko, the Talk-Ink Kid that showcased their ability to animate soundtrack-synchronized speech and dancing. The short, plotless cartoon opens with live action footage of Ising at a drafting table. After he draws Bosko on the page, the character springs to life, talks, sings, and dances. Ising returns Bosko to the inkwell, and the short ends. This short is a landmark in animation history as being the first cartoon to predominantly feature synchronized speech, though Fleischer Studios' Song Car-Tune "My Old Kentucky Home" was the first cartoon to contain animated dialogue a few years earlier. This cartoon set Harman and Ising "apart from early Disney sound cartoons because it emphasized not music but dialogue." The short was marketed to various people by Harman and Ising until Leon Schlesinger offered them a contract to produce a series of cartoons for the Warner Bros. It would not be seen by a wide audience until 71 years later, in 2000, as part of Cartoon Network's special Toonheads: The Lost Cartoons, a compilation special of rare material from the WB/Turner archives. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bosko - Bosko's Holiday, 1931 Bosko takes Honey on a picnic.
Views: 48 T Domingo
Walking 101
 
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This is the first time my character walks with sound.
Views: 28 AlePrincessPeach
Boskos Party 1932 [Full Classic Bosko Cartoons]
 
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Bosko is an animated cartoon character created by animators Hugh Harman and Rudolf Ising. Bosko was the first recurring character in Leon Schlesinger's cartoon series, and was the star of 39 Looney Tunes shorts released by Warner Bros. He was voiced by Carman Maxwell, Johnny Murray, and Ruby Dandridge during the 1920s and 1930s, and once by Don Messick during the 1990s. In 1927, Harman and Ising were still working for the Walt Disney Studios on a series of live-action/animated short subjects known as the Alice Comedies. Hugh Harman created Bosko in 1927 to capitalize on the new "talkie" craze that was sweeping the motion picture industry. Harman began thinking about making a sound cartoon with Bosko in 1927, before he even left Walt Disney. Hugh Harman made drawings of the new character and registered it with the copyright office on 3 January 1928. The character was registered as a "Negro boy" under the name of Bosko. After leaving Walt Disney in the spring of 1928, Harman and Ising went to work for Charles Mintz on Universal's second-season Oswald the Lucky Rabbit cartoons. April 1929 found them moving on again, leaving Universal to market their new cartoon character. In May 1929, they produced a short pilot cartoon, similar to Max Fleischer's Out of the Inkwell cartoons, Bosko, the Talk-Ink Kid that showcased their ability to animate soundtrack-synchronized speech and dancing. The short, plotless cartoon opens with live action footage of Ising at a drafting table. After he draws Bosko on the page, the character springs to life, talks, sings, and dances. Ising returns Bosko to the inkwell, and the short ends. This short is a landmark in animation history as being the first cartoon to predominantly feature synchronized speech, though Fleischer Studios' Song Car-Tune "My Old Kentucky Home" was the first cartoon to contain animated dialogue a few years earlier. This cartoon set Harman and Ising "apart from early Disney sound cartoons because it emphasized not music but dialogue." The short was marketed to various people by Harman and Ising until Leon Schlesinger offered them a contract to produce a series of cartoons for the Warner Bros. It would not be seen by a wide audience until 71 years later, in 2000, as part of Cartoon Network's special Toonheads: The Lost Cartoons, a compilation special of rare material from the WB/Turner archives. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bosko - Bosko's Party, 1932 Bosko head to a surprise party at Honey's house in the rain, however Honey's dog comes close to ruining the surprise.
Views: 254 T Domingo
Ain't Nature Grand!, 1931[Classic Full BOSKO Cartoons]
 
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Bosko is an animated cartoon character created by animators Hugh Harman and Rudolf Ising. Bosko was the first recurring character in Leon Schlesinger's cartoon series, and was the star of 39 Looney Tunes shorts released by Warner Bros. He was voiced by Carman Maxwell, Johnny Murray, and Ruby Dandridge during the 1920s and 1930s, and once by Don Messick during the 1990s. In 1927, Harman and Ising were still working for the Walt Disney Studios on a series of live-action/animated short subjects known as the Alice Comedies. Hugh Harman created Bosko in 1927 to capitalize on the new "talkie" craze that was sweeping the motion picture industry. Harman began thinking about making a sound cartoon with Bosko in 1927, before he even left Walt Disney. Hugh Harman made drawings of the new character and registered it with the copyright office on 3 January 1928. The character was registered as a "Negro boy" under the name of Bosko. After leaving Walt Disney in the spring of 1928, Harman and Ising went to work for Charles Mintz on Universal's second-season Oswald the Lucky Rabbit cartoons. April 1929 found them moving on again, leaving Universal to market their new cartoon character. In May 1929, they produced a short pilot cartoon, similar to Max Fleischer's Out of the Inkwell cartoons, Bosko, the Talk-Ink Kid that showcased their ability to animate soundtrack-synchronized speech and dancing. The short, plotless cartoon opens with live action footage of Ising at a drafting table. After he draws Bosko on the page, the character springs to life, talks, sings, and dances. Ising returns Bosko to the inkwell, and the short ends. This short is a landmark in animation history as being the first cartoon to predominantly feature synchronized speech, though Fleischer Studios' Song Car-Tune "My Old Kentucky Home" was the first cartoon to contain animated dialogue a few years earlier. This cartoon set Harman and Ising "apart from early Disney sound cartoons because it emphasized not music but dialogue." The short was marketed to various people by Harman and Ising until Leon Schlesinger offered them a contract to produce a series of cartoons for the Warner Bros. It would not be seen by a wide audience until 71 years later, in 2000, as part of Cartoon Network's special Toonheads: The Lost Cartoons, a compilation special of rare material from the WB/Turner archives. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bosko - Ain't Nature Grand!, 1931 Bosko decides to take a break and enjoy nature. He goes fishing, dances with a frog, and watches some bees buzz around a waterfall. He decides that nature isn't so great after the bees give chase.
Views: 202 T Domingo
How to synchronize a slow motion music video | Cinecom.net
 
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Learn how to synchronize the vocals and instruments to create a slow motion music video in this quick tips and tricks tutorial video. Slow motion video on a real time music video. How do they do it? Well, it's actually not that hard. The biggest challenge is to synchronize the vocals, but we have a neat trick for that. When you slow down a recorded video in editing, the sound or vocals will also go slower. This makes them go out of sync. So we need to record our video faster so when we slow it down, it matches the real time song again. The first thing we need to do is speed up the original song. You can do this in an audio or video editing like Adobe Premiere Pro. Then export the modified song, we'll use this as a reference. Playback the song while recording and now your singer must try to lip sync while you record the video. Her acting is real time, but the lips of the singer are at a faster speed. Now bring everything back in Premiere Pro and slow down the clip so that her singing matches the real time speed again. This last part isn't always so easy. You can create two beeps in the beginning and ending of the song as a marker. In the tutorial video it is shown how to do this. And now you have yourself a slow motion music video. ✅ FROM THE VIDEO Article ► http://www.cinecom.net/tutorials/synchronize-slow-motion-music-video/ ✅ OUR EQUIPMENT My Custom GH5 Camera Rig ► https://www.cinecom.net/gear/custom-panasonic-gh5-camera-rig/ Cheap Green Key Equipment ► https://www.cinecom.net/gear/chroma-key-essentials/ All the Film Gear we use ► https://www.cinecom.net/gear ✅ LETS CONNECT! Website ► http://cinecom.info/Website Discord ► https://discord.gg/Cinecom Twitter ►http://cinecom.info/Twitter Instagram ► http://cinecom.info/Instagram #Cinecom
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