Chronology of Animation 1935
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United States The Americas (excluding U.S.) Europe, the Middle East, and Africa
Japan
 
Australasia (excluding Japan)
January
The Tortoise and the Hare (ss), Wilfred Jackson /Disney.
(drawn animation)
Academy Award: Best Short Subjects, Cartoons


The Tortoise and the Hare cartoon



February
The Band Concert (ss), Wilfred Jackson /Disney.
(drawn animation)





March
I Haven't Got A Hat (ss), Friz Freleng /Schlesinger.
(drawn animation)
first appearance of Porky Pig

The Calico Dragon (ss), Rudolph Ising /Harman-Ising.
(drawn animation)





United States The Americas (excluding U.S.) Europe, the Middle East, and Africa
Japan
 
Australasia (excluding Japan)
April
Lennie Weinrib (Len Weinrib, Leonard Weinrib) (voice actor) born in the Bronx, New York.





May
Lee Gunther (May 30, 1935-August 25, 1998) (producer, film editor) born in Los Angeles, California.

Burny Mattinson (May 13, 1935- ) (writer, animator, director, producer, storyboard artist, inbetweener) born in San Francisco, California.





June
For Better For Worser (ss), Dave Fleischer /Fleischer.
(drawn animation)

Who Killed Cock Robin? (ss), David Hand /Disney.
(drawn animation)





United States The Americas (excluding U.S.) Europe, the Middle East, and Africa
Japan
 
Australasia (excluding Japan)
September
Jules Bass (September 16, 1935- ) (producer, director, composer) born in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.





October
Three Orphan Kittens (ss), David Hand /Disney.
(drawn animation)
Academy Award: Best Short Subjects, Cartoons


October
Sam and His Musket (ss), Anson Dyer /Anglia. (Great Britain)
(drawn animation)
first Old Sam series

October
Noriko Ohara (Ohara Noriko 小原乃梨子 (Noriko Tobe, Tobe Noriko 戸部法子)) (October 2, 1935- ) (voice actress) born in Tokyo.

Isao Takahata (Takahata Isao 高畑 勲) (October 29, 1935- ) (director, producer, animator, writer) born in Ise-shi, Mieken.


November
The Fire Alarm (ss), Jack King /Schlesinger.
(drawn animation)
first Porky Pig series (1935-1965)

Universal closes its cartoon studio and the personnel became Walter Lantz Productions. Lantz continued to operate in Universal's facilities and Universal continued to distribute Lantz cartoons.





United States The Americas (excluding U.S.) Europe, the Middle East, and Africa
Japan
 
Australasia (excluding Japan)


no date
Buffalo Full (ss), Martinez Romano and Menda. (Spain)
(drawn animation)

A Colour Box (ss)/(adv), Len Lye /General Post Office. (Great Britain)
(drawn animation)

Komposition in Blau ("Composition in Blue") (ss)/(adv), Oskar Fischinger /Fischinger. (Germany)
(drawn animation)


Komposition in Blau cartoon

Novyi Guliver [Новый Гулливер] ("The New Gulliver") (f), Alexander Ptushko and A. Vanichkin /Mosfilm. (Soviet Union [Russia])
(model animation, live action)

Pustynnik i medved (ss), V. Smirnov /Mosfilm. (Soviet Union [Russia])
(model animation)

Tajemství lucerny ("The Lantern's Secret") (ss), Karel Dodal. (Czechoslovakia [Czech Republic])
(model animation)

Anglia Films founded by Anson Dyer. (Great Britain)

Soyuzmultifilm studio founded in Moscow. (Soviet Union [Russia])

no date
Bandanemon: Bakemono Taiji no Maki ("Bandanemon the Monster Exterminator") (ss), Yoshitaro Kataoka /Nihon Manga Film Kenkuyo.
(drawn animation)

Tahchan no Kaitei Ryokou [ターちゃんの海底旅行] ("Tahchan's Trip to the Bottom of the Sea") (ss), Kenzo Masaoka /Masaoka.
(drawn animation)

no date
"The Camel's Dance" (ss), Wan Lai-ming, Wan Guchan, and Wan Chaochen /Mingshin. (China)
(drawn animation)
first Chinese sound cartoon

Lafanga Longoor (ss). (India)
(drawn animation)


Note: Unfortunately I lack the time or resources to help people find copies of animated films and television programs. I have put together a web List of Online Video and Book Stores that will be useful to find copies in the United States. There are other similar stores on the Internet around the world that might be able to supply the DVDs, LDs, or video tapes that are desired. Check my Animation on the World Wide Web pages for links to animation studios and other Internet resources that may have further information. I am not involved in trading materials from my own collection. I am still waiting to see most of the programs in this Chronology and would be happy to find sources for many of them.

Because of these circumstances I will not respond to requests for help to find these types of materials.


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