History of Animation - Other Countries/Animation

  1. Nihon doga Company (formation)
    After WWII
  2. Company that brought the Nihon Doga Company
    Toei company (Became Toei Doga)
  3. Toei Doga's first success
    Cyborg 009 (Manga based)
  4. Astro Boy (Studio)
    Mushi Productions
  5. Creator of Mushi Productions (Person)
    Osamu Tezuka
  6. Osamu Tezuka's Second Studio
    Tezuka Production Co.
  7. OAV
    Original Animation Video
  8. Grave of the Fireflies (Person)
    Isao Takahata
  9. Two people credited with "Disney of Japan"
    • Osamu Tezuka
    • Hayao Miyazaki
  10. Studios associated with Hayao Miyazaki
    • Toei Doga
    • Studio Ghibli
  11. Studio Ghibli (key people)
    • Isao Takahata
    • Hayao Miyazaki
  12. Castle in the Sky (Person, Studio)
    • Hayao Miyazaki
    • Studio Ghibli
  13. Kiki's delivery service (Person, Studio)
    • Hayao Miyazaki
    • Studio Ghibli
  14. Princess Mononoke (Person)
    Hayao Miyazaki
  15. Spirited away (person)
    Hiyao Miyazaki
  16. Highest grossing non-USA animation
    Spirited away
  17. Howl's Moving Castle (person)
    Hayao Miyazaki
  18. "Akira" (Person)
    Katushiro Otomo
  19. Popular Japanese Anime Series
    • Pokemon
    • Sailor Moon
    • Cowboy Bebop
  20. Paranoia Agent (Person, Studio)
    • Satoshi Kon
    • Madhouse Studios
  21. Paprika (Person, Studio)
    • Satoshi Kon
    • Madhouse Studios
  22. USA-Japan coproductions
    • Final Fantasy
    • The Spirits Whithin
    • Animatrix
    • Kill Bill vol I (animated sequences)
  23. Tapum! (Person)
    Bruno Bozzetto
  24. Halas and Batchelor Productions (People)
    • John Halas
    • Joy Batchelor
  25. Animal Farm (People)
    • John Halas
    • Joy Batchelor
  26. Aardman Animation (Founders)
    • Peter Lord
    • David Sproxton
  27. Creature Comforts (Director, Studio)
    • Nick Park
    • Aardman
  28. Wallace and Gromit debut short
    A Grand Day Out
  29. Wallace and Gromit Shorts
    • A Grand Day Out
    • The Wrong Trousers
    • A Close Shave
  30. Aardman's first feature
    Chicken Run
  31. Chicken Run (Directors)
    • Nick Pard
    • Peter Lord
  32. Chicken Run, US publisher
    Dreamworks
  33. Largest animation studio in the USSR
    Soyuzmultfilm
  34. Snow Queen (Director)
    Lev Atamanov
  35. "Snow Queen" US publisher
    Paramount
  36. Canada, France and Belgium co-production
    Triplets of Belleville
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