This is a list of fictional dogs in animation , and is subsidiary to the list of fictional dogs. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. See also: List of fictional canines in animation. This article has multiple issues.
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These are the ones that scare us, move us, crack us up and remind us of how fun and moving it is to watch cartoons, etc. After Johnny Depp and director Gore Verbinski finished working together on the Pirates of the Caribbean movies, they re-teamed for this imaginatively oddball animated western, about a pet lizard who gets stranded in a desert town and becomes its reluctant savior. Rango references everything from Clint Eastwood's "Man with No Name" pictures to Depp's own gonzo Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas, but what makes this a must-see are the surreal visual gags and deadpan tone — it's like a cartoon version of a Coen brothers comedy.
Rubber hose animation was the first animation style that became standardized in the American animation industry. The defining feature of the style is "rubber hose limbs"—arms, and sometimes legs, that are typically simple, flowing curves, without articulation no hinged wrists or elbows. In the early days of hand drawn animation in the s, the studios' main areas were not in Hollywood , but New York City. Animation was a new phenomenon and there were no experienced animators; yet there were skilled artists working on newspapers, creating comic strips in a time when even the comic strips themselves were relatively new. Many of them became fascinated with the introduction of moving drawings, and saw them as new possibilities and challenges to use their skills on something they found more exciting than the newspaper strips. For this reason, many of the first cartoons had many similarities with moving comic strips.