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The Full Length Animated Film - Act II

written by: shimonbentzvi
 
A very difficult quiz on animated films that are at least 40 minutes long.

Question 1:


This film, directed by Alfred Jackson, was released by Disney on December 21, 1937 and featured Billy Gilbert as "Sneezy."
"Gulliver's Travels"
"Song of the South"
"Rose Red and Rose White"
"Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs"

Question 2:


The "flip book" was an early attempt at animation. It was a book of stills that, when flipped, showed motion. When was this book first patented?
1789
1868
1834
1899

Question 3:


The use of puppets for animation was first developed in this country.
Belgium
Italy
Russia
Spain

Question 4:


In this type of animation, a real, physical object is photographed. It is then moved very slightly and photographed again. Playing the series of frames as a continuous sequence, creates the illusion of motion.
stop motion animation
phyicratic animation.
CGI generation I animation
frazinothrope animation

Question 5:


This word is used to signify a style of animation developed and advanced by Japanese animators.
anime
nimthal
phoeme
mangal

Question 6:


This full length animated Disney movie featured the great composer Igor Stravinsky as an orchestra conductor.  (place mouse pointer over ? icon to view hints or answer requirements)


Question 7:


Did Colonel Billy Mitchell appear in a Walt Disney full length animated film?
Yes
No

Question 8:


Name the first Disney full length animated film in which the main character never speaks.  (place mouse pointer over ? icon to view hints or answer requirements)


Question 9:


In 1954 a British group released a full length animated version of this George Orwell novel.
Down and Out in London and Paris
1984
In the Trenches
Animal Farm

Question 10:


What educational, non-fiction full length animated film was released in 1957?
Young Abe
Hemo the Magnificent
George Washington and the Revolution
Inside the Atom

Question 11:


The first African-American man to get an Academy Award was an actor in a Disney animated movie.
False
True

Question 12:


1973 saw the release of this full length animated film which featured the great actress Agnes Moorehead.
"Charlotte's Web"
"The Voyage of Sinbad"
"Just the Mouse"
"The Jetsons on Vacation"

Question 13:


Name the full length animated film that begins on Chanukkah 1885 in Lithuania.  (place mouse pointer over ? icon to view hints or answer requirements)


Question 14:


What Robert Zemeckis movie was released in 1988?
Who Framed Roger Rabbit
Toon Patrol
Who Killed Roger Rabbit
Return to Oz

Question 15:


Steven Spielberg's wife, Kate Capshaw, provided the singing voice of Jessica, the female lead in the movie about Roger Rabbit.
False
True

Question 16:


Mae Questel was one of the voice actors in the movie about Roger Rabbit. What is untrue about her?
She was the voice of Popeye.
She was the voice of Betty Boop.
She was the voice of Red Riding Hood in 1943's "Red Hot Riding Hood".
She was the voice of Olive Oyl.

 


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