That's Enough Folks: Black Images in Animated Cartoons, 1900-1960
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BeschreibungThe first and only book to detail the history of Black images in animated cartoons. That's Enough Folks includes many rare, previously unpublished illustrations and original animation stills and an appendix listing cartoon titles with black characters along with brief descriptions of gags in these cartoons.
PortraitHenry T. Sampson has written a number of books including Blacks in Black and White: Source Book on Black Films (Scarecrow, 1995, 1977) and Blacks in Blackface: A Source Book on Black Musical Shows (Scarecrow, 1980). He is currently Director of Mission Development and Operations, Space Test Program, Aerospace Corp.
Pressestimmen...a powerful book which puts the spotlight on the entertainment world...a scholarly and well researched book...illustrations...are important...a very complete index. Mr. Sampson has given U.S. History teachers some long neglected areas of study and an important book for all of us. Paper Pile Quarterly ...a major work of reference, important in the fields of both animation history and black American studies. It cannot be improved upon and certainly cannot be recommended enough. Classic Images ...a stellar reference book, exhaustively covering black cartoon characters and themes (the safari, the minstrel show) through very full synopses and all available reviews of the period. Past Times His brief introductions to the series stars alone are worth the price of the book...an essential work... American Reference Books Annual ...an invaluable reference source of visual art and racial stereotyping in the popular culture...Its coverage is prodigious and the commentary and anaysis balanced and insightful. -- J. Boskin, Boston University ...informative and enlightening. A great reference book. Excellent. -- Mark Mayfield, Animation Research, Inc.
Untertitel: Sprache: Englisch.
Verlag: SCARECROW PRESS INC
Erscheinungsdatum: Juni 1998
Seitenanzahl: 288 Seiten