History of animation

By Azpect
  • Oh Mabel

  • My Old Kentucky Home

    First film with synchronised sound and animated dialogue
  • King of Jazz

    First film filmed in Two-colour technicolour
  • The Tale of the Fox

    First feature length puppet animation
  • Snow white and the seven dwarves

    First feature length three-strip Technicolour
  • Fantasia

    First film to have stereophonic sound
  • Crusader Rabbit

    First animated telivison series
  • The Lady and the Tramp

    First feature flmed in a widescreen format
  • The Gumby Show

    First stop motion telivison series
  • Colonel Bleep

    First telivision series to be broadcasted in colour
  • The Flintstones

    First Pre-time animated sitcom
  • One Hundred and One Dalmatians

    First feature film made using xerography process
  • Rock and Rule

    First animated feature containing computer-generated imagery
  • The Adventures of André and Wally B.

    First fully CGI-animated film
  • The Adventures of Mark Twain

    First feature length clay-animated film
  • "Who Framed Roger Rabbit"

    First feature film to have live-action and cartoon animation share the screen for the entire film
  • VeggieTales

    First direct-to-video CGI-animated series
  • Insektors

    First CGI-animated TV series
  • Toy Story

    First fully computer-animated feature film
  • ¡Mucha Lucha!

    First Flash-animated television series
  • Wizards and Giants

    First Flash-animated film
  • Appleseed

    One of the first cel shaded animations. This title is shared with Steamboy
  • Steamboy

    One of the first cel shaded animations. This title is shared with Appleseed
  • Dinosaur

    First animated Blu-ray release
  • Flatland

    First feature digitally animated by one person
  • Fly me to the moon

    First feature film designed, created and released exclusively in 3D
  • Caroline

    First stop-motion character animated using rapid prototyping
  • Monsters vs. Aliens

    First feature film to be produced in 3D. Not just converted to it in post production.
  • Toy Story 3

    First animated feature film to earn more than $1,000,000,000 worldwide
  • ParaNorman

    First stop-motion film to use 3D printing technology for models