Six short, silent animated films by artist/cartoonist Winsor Z. McCay, America's first great cartoon animator:
- Gertie the Dinosaur (1914)
Artist Winsor Z. McCay makes a bet with other artists that he can draw a dinosaur. Gertie, a big, friendly herbivore is the result. McCay enters the drawing and interacts with Gertie.
- Dream (1922)
- Bug Vaudeville (1921)
- Little Nemo (1911)
Winsor McCay’s cartoon figures announce in text that they will move–and they do.
- Pet (1913)
- Sinking of the Lusitania (1919)
Winsor McCay recreates the great ocean-liner tragedy in painstakingly realistic, graphic detail with a fluidity of motion very advanced for their time. The first film to use cel animation.
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Black and White, DVDR 1911-1922
Director: Winsor McCay
Vendor #: NFV
Medium: Feature Film
Our Price: $29.99
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