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What do you think is the first ever made anime?
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hmmmm ...... doraemon ??
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the anime where ppls for the 1st time call it anime.................
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this may be wrong but ..what the heck huh? ..
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First animation of notable length in Asia/China 鐵扇公主 Princess Iron Fan January 1, 1941 [movie]
First animation of notable length in Japan 桃太郎 海の神兵 Momotaro's Divine Sea Warriors April 12, 1945 [movie]
First animation in color in Asia/China 乌鸦为什么是黑的 Why is the Crow Black-Coated 1956 [short]
First animation of notable length in color in Japan 白蛇伝 The Tale of the White Serpent October 22, 1958 [movie]
First animation of notable length in widescreen in Japan 少年猿飛佐助 Boy Sarutobi Sasuke December 25, 1959 [movie]
First anime broadcasted 新しい動画 3つのはなし Three Tales January 15, 1960 [movie]
First anime series おとぎマンガカレンダー Otogi Manga Calendar May 1, 1961 [series]
First OVA ダロス Dallos December 12, 1983 [OVA]
First adult (hentai) anime ロリータアニ Lolita Anime February 21, 1984 [OVA]
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Doraemon as for me...I'm guessing ...
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Maybe Heidi or Astro Boy...
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I checked on Wikipedia. The first animated film was "The Story of the Concierge Mukuzo Imokawa" made in 1917 o-o and the first anime was "Three Tales" made in 1960.
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Posted 8/21/08
First anime that came to my mind was Astroboy.. >.<
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allen95 wrote:

this may be wrong but ..what the heck huh? ..
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First animation of notable length in Asia/China 鐵扇公主 Princess Iron Fan January 1, 1941 [movie]
First animation of notable length in Japan 桃太郎 海の神兵 Momotaro's Divine Sea Warriors April 12, 1945 [movie]
First animation in color in Asia/China 乌鸦为什么是黑的 Why is the Crow Black-Coated 1956 [short]
First animation of notable length in color in Japan 白蛇伝 The Tale of the White Serpent October 22, 1958 [movie]
First animation of notable length in widescreen in Japan 少年猿飛佐助 Boy Sarutobi Sasuke December 25, 1959 [movie]
First anime broadcasted 新しい動画 3つのはなし Three Tales January 15, 1960 [movie]
First anime series おとぎマンガカレンダー Otogi Manga Calendar May 1, 1961 [series]
First OVA ダロス Dallos December 12, 1983 [OVA]
First adult (hentai) anime ロリータアニ Lolita Anime February 21, 1984 [OVA]


Nice reference you got.
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I DON'T KNOW!!! My Head hurts... hehe ^_^
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Posted 8/24/08
yeah i always thought it was astro boy aswell!
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astro boy the god of all anime XD
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batanggwapah wrote:

is voltage five is an anime???? i don't think so!!!


That sounds familiar. You best be trollin', lady.

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bayuro wrote:


allen95 wrote:

this may be wrong but ..what the heck huh? ..
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First animation of notable length in Asia/China 鐵扇公主 Princess Iron Fan January 1, 1941 [movie]
First animation of notable length in Japan 桃太郎 海の神兵 Momotaro's Divine Sea Warriors April 12, 1945 [movie]
First animation in color in Asia/China 乌鸦为什么是黑的 Why is the Crow Black-Coated 1956 [short]
First animation of notable length in color in Japan 白蛇伝 The Tale of the White Serpent October 22, 1958 [movie]
First animation of notable length in widescreen in Japan 少年猿飛佐助 Boy Sarutobi Sasuke December 25, 1959 [movie]
First anime broadcasted 新しい動画 3つのはなし Three Tales January 15, 1960 [movie]
First anime series おとぎマンガカレンダー Otogi Manga Calendar May 1, 1961 [series]
First OVA ダロス Dallos December 12, 1983 [OVA]
First adult (hentai) anime ロリータアニ Lolita Anime February 21, 1984 [OVA]


Nice reference you got.


Thanks
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Posted 8/24/08
sorry......don't know.... I think wasn't born yet.... at that time...
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The history of anime begins at the start of the 20th century, when Japanese filmmakers experimented with the animation techniques that were being explored in the West. During the 1970s, anime developed further, separating itself from its Western roots, and developing unique genres such as mecha. Notable shows in this period include Lupin III and Mazinger Z. During this period several filmmakers became famous, especially Hayao Miyazaki and Mamoru Oshii.

Unlike America, where live-action shows and movies have generous budgets, the live-action industry in Japan is a small market and suffered from budgeting and location restrictions. The varied use of animation allowed artists to create settings that did not look Japanese at all.[1]

In the 1980s, anime was accepted in the mainstream in Japan, and experienced a boom in production. The rise of the Gundam and Macross franchises and the beginnings of Rumiko Takahashi's career began in this decade. Akira set records in 1988 for the production costs of an anime film and went on to become a cult success worldwide (later in 2004, the same creators produced Steamboy, the most expensive anime film). The Super Dimension Fortress Macross also became a worldwide success after being adapted as part of Robotech, and Megazone 23 also gained recognition in the West after it was adapted as Robotech: The Movie.

In the 1990s and 2000s, anime series such as Dragon Ball Z, Pokemon and Sailor Moon became worldwide successes, while other anime series such as Gundam, Macross, Neon Genesis Evangelion and Cowboy Bebop were popular in Japan and attracted attention from the West. A number of anime-influenced animations have been produced in the West, and the growth of the internet also led to the rise of fansubbed anime. Spirited Away shared the first prize at the 2002 Berlin Film Festival and won the Academy Award for Best Animated Feature in 2003, while Innocence: Ghost in the Shell was featured at the 2004 Cannes Film Festival.
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