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used or cinematic on detailed archival research McGowan analyzes how studios constructed and manipulated the "star personas of the animated characters owned He shows how cartoon actors "personas of the animated characters they owned He shows how cartoon actors kept pace with their human counterparts granting interviews allowing candid photographs endorsing products and generally behaving as actual actors did or example Donald Duck served his country during World War II and Mickey Mouse was even embroiled in. .Also Used For Cinematic
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Bunny Felix the and other beloved cartoon characters have entertained media audiences or almost a century outliving the human stars whoFelix the and other beloved cartoon characters have entertained media audiences or almost a century outliving the human stars who once their contemporaries in studio era Hollywood In Animated "PERSONALITIES DAVID MCGOWAN ASSERTS THAT ICONIC AMERICAN THEATRICAL SHORT "David McGowan asserts that iconic American theatrical short characters should be legitimately regarded as stars eual to their live action counterparts not only because they have enjoyed long careers but also because their star personas have been. ,
Scandal Challenging the notion that studios needed actors with physical bodies and real off screen lives to create stars McGowan demonstrates that media texts have "successfully articulated an off screen existence The Gangs Birthday Surprise for animated characters Following cartoon starsrom silent movies "articulated an off screen existence Earth for animated characters Following cartoon starsrom silent movies contemporary ilm and television this groundbreaking "Book Broadens The Scope Of Star Studies To Include Animation "broadens the scope of star studies to include animation with provocative uestions about the nature of stardom in an age of digitally enhanced ilmmaking technologi.