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are ones in which individual drawings, paintings, or illustrations are photographed frame by frame (stop-frame cinematography).
Usually, each frame differs slightly from the one preceding it, giving the illusion of movement when frames are projected in rapid succession at 24 frames per second.
Also, Blackton's stop-motion The Haunted Hotel (1907) was one of the first examples of animation (stop-motion mixed with live-action) that became exceedingly well-known.
Its main sequence of objects coming to life on a rural country inn's dinner table baffled viewers (and the bewildered, long-nosed main character! This was soon followed by the first fully-animated film (without live action) - Emile Cohl's Fantasmagorie (1908, Fr.), using traditional animation techniques.
[Note: He was also credited with developing "the dolly" (a camera on rails that 'traveled' for tracking shots).] The two characters in the short were the director and his wife Julienne Mathieu, who played couple Bertrand and Laure arriving at a totally-automated hotel.
Once the two checked in, their luggage went into motion and completely unpacked itself upstairs.
It was the earliest example of combined 'live action' and animation, and the first "interactive" animated cartoon.
Some consider it the first successful, fully animated cartoon - it premiered in February 1914 at the Palace Theatre in Chicago.
In the short utilizing a technique known as "lightning sculpting," a baker's assistant sculpted dough thrown onto the side of a flour barrel, making various faces and comical shapes - executed with smooth edits between stop-camera "freezes."A more ambitious breakthrough in the step-crank process (frame-by-frame animation, the precursor of stop-motion) was in Segundo de Chomón's comedy-fantasy short for Pathe Frères films, titled The Electric Hotel (1905, Sp.) (aka El Hotel Electrico). It was a trick film similar to the films of Georges Melies (hence, Chomon was dubbed "the Spanish Melies").Although Mc Cay wasn't the first to create a cartoon animation, he nonetheless helped to define the new industry.He was the first to establish the technical method of animating graphics.Historically and technically, the first animated film (in other words, the earliest animated film ever printed on standard motion-picture film) was Humorous Phases of Funny Faces (1906), also made by J. It was the earliest surviving example of a drawn animated film.It was the first cartoon to use the single frame method, and was projected at 20 frames per second.