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Animation Under the Swastika : a History of Trickfilm in Nazi Germany, 1933-1945 / Rolf Giesen and J.P. Storm.

Publication | Digitized | Library Call Number: NC1766.G3 G54 2012

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    Summary
    "This study explores Adolf Hitler and Joseph Goebbels' efforts to establish a German cartoon industry to rival Walt Disney's and their love-hate relationship with American producers, whose films they studied behind locked doors"--Provided by publisher.
    Format
    Manuscript language material
    Author/Creator
    Giesen, Rolf.
    Published
    Jefferson, North Carolina : McFarland & Company, Inc., [2012]
    Locale
    Germany
    Contents
    Optical lyric and shadow plays: the early history of German animation
    The march of the cigarettes
    Tilo Voss and the development of German sound cartoons
    How Walt Disney became Walter Distler: Snow White for greater Germany
    Global power for German trickfilm
    Puppet films: Starevich, Mecki the hedgehog, the Diehl brothers and Jürgen Clausen, the German "pal"
    An animation pioneer with a non-Aryan background: Wolfgang Kaskeline
    The phenomenology and psychology of cartoons
    Hans Held, troublemaker
    Kurt Stordel and Purzel: a self-proclaimed German Walt Disney and his dwarf
    Towards a German Disney empire
    The futile dream of a German cartoon factory: rise and fall of Deutsche Zeichenfilm G.m.b.H.
    Snow man and weather-beaten melody: Hans Fischerkoesen and Horst Von Möllendorff
    A surprising underwater cartoon from Prague: wedding at coral sea
    Deutsche Wochenshau and the "collaborators" of the Europäischer Zeichenfilm ring
    Bavaria, Munchausen and the town musicians of Bremen
    Animated maps to hail German victories: Svend Noldan
    Classified animation: training the military
    The aftermath: the postwar era of German animation
    The filmmakers: biographies
    Select filmography.
    Other Authors/Editors
    Storm, J. P.
    Notes
    Includes bibliographical references and index.
    Optical lyric and shadow plays: the early history of German animation -- The march of the cigarettes -- Tilo Voss and the development of German sound cartoons -- How Walt Disney became Walter Distler: Snow White for greater Germany -- Global power for German trickfilm -- Puppet films: Starevich, Mecki the hedgehog, the Diehl brothers and Jürgen Clausen, the German "pal" -- An animation pioneer with a non-Aryan background: Wolfgang Kaskeline -- The phenomenology and psychology of cartoons -- Hans Held, troublemaker -- Kurt Stordel and Purzel: a self-proclaimed German Walt Disney and his dwarf -- Towards a German Disney empire -- The futile dream of a German cartoon factory: rise and fall of Deutsche Zeichenfilm G.m.b.H. -- Snow man and weather-beaten melody: Hans Fischerkoesen and Horst Von Möllendorff -- A surprising underwater cartoon from Prague: wedding at coral sea -- Deutsche Wochenshau and the "collaborators" of the Europäischer Zeichenfilm ring -- Bavaria, Munchausen and the town musicians of Bremen -- Animated maps to hail German victories: Svend Noldan -- Classified animation: training the military -- The aftermath: the postwar era of German animation -- The filmmakers: biographies -- Select filmography.

    Physical Details

    Language
    English
    ISBN
    9780786446407
    0786446404
    Additional Form
    Electronic version(s) available internally at USHMM.
    Physical Description
    viii, 229 pages : illustrations ; 26 cm

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