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What do you think is the first ever made anime?
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isn't it astro boy cuz i saw the year it was made an i was hella old
even the animation is different from the ones of today
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Momotaro's Divine Sea Warriors - by wikipedia 1944 it says, first full-length anime
first jap animation was only 3 secs w/ 50 frames in 1917
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Astro boy
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The oldest known anime in existence was screened in 1917; it was a two minute clip of a samurai trying to test a new sword on his target, only to suffer defeat.(information from - http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Anime -....)So that mean astro boy not teh 1st anime..
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rean14 wrote:

Momotaro's Divine Sea Warriors - by wikipedia 1944 it says, first full-length anime
first jap animation was only 3 secs w/ 50 frames in 1917


Hey....smart guy....hahahaha
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dunno... doraemon maybe?
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i don't really know....
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there are a bunch of short anime clips that were made in the 1930's
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I have no idea, it's hard to think of one!
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Most likely astro boy.
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The earliest known Japanese animation was produced circa 1917 and consists of fifty frames drawn directly onto a strip of celluloid.The untitled short with a running length of about 3 seconds depicts a young boy in a sailor suit writing the kanji "活動写真" (katsudō shashin, for "moving pictures") on a board, then turning towards the viewer, removing his hat, and offering a salute. The creator's identity is unknown.


GOT THIS OFF WIKI.
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natOfbar wrote:

The earliest known Japanese animation was produced circa 1917 and consists of fifty frames drawn directly onto a strip of celluloid.The untitled short with a running length of about 3 seconds depicts a young boy in a sailor suit writing the kanji "活動写真" (katsudō shashin, for "moving pictures") on a board, then turning towards the viewer, removing his hat, and offering a salute. The creator's identity is unknown.

GOT THIS OFF WIKI.


I've got intrested and look it up in anidb and they put the same year:
Imokawa Mukuzo, Genkanban no Maki ??.01.1917
Saru to Kani no Gassen 20.05.1917
Namakura Gatana: Hanawa Hekonai Meitou no Maki 30.06.1917 30.06.1917
Hanasaka Jijii 26.08.1917

after that it was kind of silent and then some of the new anime showed up around 1931.

the first seriers they pointed out was:
1961 Instant History ("Instant History" with 312 episodes, each being just 3 minutes long. )


and at least in 1962:
1962 Otogi Manga Calendar
"This anime has the distinction of being the first anime series ever aired on television, followed the next year by Tetsuwan Atom. Only the Three Tales special broadcast in 1960 preceded Manga Calendar.[taken from ANN] "


so i guess this is it
Posted 8/10/08

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natOfbar wrote:

The earliest known Japanese animation was produced circa 1917 and consists of fifty frames drawn directly onto a strip of celluloid.The untitled short with a running length of about 3 seconds depicts a young boy in a sailor suit writing the kanji "活動写真" (katsudō shashin, for "moving pictures") on a board, then turning towards the viewer, removing his hat, and offering a salute. The creator's identity is unknown.

GOT THIS OFF WIKI.


I've got intrested and look it up in anidb and they put the same year:
Imokawa Mukuzo, Genkanban no Maki ??.01.1917
Saru to Kani no Gassen 20.05.1917
Namakura Gatana: Hanawa Hekonai Meitou no Maki 30.06.1917 30.06.1917
Hanasaka Jijii 26.08.1917

after that it was kind of silent and then some of the new anime showed up around 1931.

the first seriers they pointed out was:
1961 Instant History ("Instant History" with 312 episodes, each being just 3 minutes long. )


and at least in 1962:
1962 Otogi Manga Calendar
"This anime has the distinction of being the first anime series ever aired on television, followed the next year by Tetsuwan Atom. Only the Three Tales special broadcast in 1960 preceded Manga Calendar.[taken from ANN] "


so i guess this is it :D


i see. cool. xD

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is voltage five is an anime???? i don't think so!!!
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Posted 8/21/08
isn't it Chibi Maruko-chan. I dunno what else could possibly be the first anime
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