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The 12th Annual Animation Challenge! Discussion Thread

The 11th Annual Animation Challenge Discussion Thread
2021
List thread will be here.

The Details

Challenge starts July 31st at 12:01 am local time.

Challenge ends September 1st at dawn.

Rules

Movies/TV shows should be labeled Animation from either imdb.com or allmovie.com. Other labels don't matter as long as there is at least a Animation label from one of those sites. Action/Animation would be fine.

This is the challenge where any and all types of animation is welcome, computer, hand drawn, puppetry, stop motion, etc. The entire movie/show does not need to be completely animated. Something like Roger Rabbit or a Ray Harryhausen film would generally be allowed.

If anyone has a problem with something someone watches or just wants an opinion on if it's animation or not, ask here.

Animation documentaries are allowed but not DVD featurettes/interviews that are just fluff promo pieces.

As with the other challenges, the lists must be numbered or it won't count.

Watching the movie/show with the commentary can counted as unique items.

Watching multiple versions(theatrical and director's cut) of the same movie/show will also count.

Lists

Since the general consensus seems to be for the easy counting method we will go with that. However, it is not required, so if you wish to count another way, feel free, as I will not be doing stats.

Checklist:
Spoiler:
Official Checklist:

*one wildcard is allowed

Watch works from 10 different studios:

--- Aardman -
--- Bone -
--- Depatie-Freleng -
--- Disney -
--- Dreamworks Animation -
--- Famous Studios -
--- Filmation -
--- Fleischer Studios -
--- Gainax -
--- Laika -
--- Madhouse -
--- Marvel Studios -
--- MGM Cartoon Studio -
--- Paramount -
--- Pixar -
--- Rankin/Bass -
--- Screen Gems -
--- Studio Ghibli -
--- Sunrise -
--- UPA -
--- Warner Bros -

Watch works from 8 different directors:

--- Tex Avery -
--- Don Bluth -
--- Bob Clampett -
--- Gene Deitch -
--- Friz Freleng -
--- Hanna & Barbera -
--- John and Faith Hubley -
--- Chuck Jones -
--- Satoshi Kon -
--- John Kricfalusi -
--- Peter Lord -
--- Hayao Miyazaki -
--- Nick Park -
--- Brothers Quay -
--- Frank Tashlin -
--- Bruce W. Timm -

Watch 12 different actors/actresses:
--- Ed Asner -
--- Jim Backus -
--- Mel Blanc -
--- Clancy Brown -
--- Daws Butler -
--- Nancy Cartwright -
--- Dan Castellaneta -
--- Hans Conried -
--- Peter Cullen -
--- Jim Cummings -
--- Dom DeLuise -
--- Bill Fagerbakke -
--- June Foray -
--- Paul Frees -
--- Brad Garrett -
--- Mark Hamill -
--- Megumi Hayashibara -
--- Edward Everett Horton -
--- Kelly Hu -
--- Tom Kenny -
--- Maurice LaMarche -
--- Andrea Martin -
--- Don Messick -
--- Ron Perlman -
--- Kath Soucie -
--- Tara Strong -
--- Alan Tudyk -
--- Frank Welker -
--- Billy West -

Watch 7 Winsor McKay Award Winners from the Annie Awards:

--- Tex Avery -
--- Ralph Bakshi
--- Mel Blanc -
--- Don Bluth -
--- Tim Burton -
--- Walt Disney -
--- Max & Dave Fleischer -
--- Fritz Freleng -
--- Matt Groenig -
--- Bill Hanna & William Barbera -
--- Ray Harryhausen -
--- Sterling Holloway (actor) -
--- Chuck Jones -
--- Mike Judge -
--- Ub Iwerks -
--- John Lasseter -
--- Wolfgang Reitherman -
--- Genndy Tartakovsky -
--- Bruce Timm -

From iCheckMovies:

Watch 2 short films from Annecy Festival's 100 Films for a Century of Animation
--- Film 1
--- Film 2

Watch 2 short films from ASIFA's Top 50 Animated Short Films
--- Film 1
--- Film 2

Watch 2 animated films from Golden 100 of Russian Animation
--- Film 1
--- Film 2

Watch 2 films from Filmspotting Top 100 Animated Films
--- Film 1
--- Film 2

Watch 2 Annie Awards Best Animated Feature winners
--- Film 1
--- Film 2

Watch 2 films from Japan Academy Awards' Excellent Animations list
--- Film 1
--- Film 2

Watch 2 films from The Animated Movie Guide: Top 60 Animated Features Never Theatrically Released in the United States (from Jerry Beck's book The Animated Movie Guide)
--- Film 1 -
--- Film 2 -

Watch animation from at least 9 different decades:
--- 1900 -
--- 1910 -
--- 1920 -
--- 1930 -
--- 1940 -
--- 1950 -
--- 1960 -
--- 1970 -
--- 1980 -
--- 1990 -
--- 2000 -
--- 2010 -
--- 2020 -

Watch animation from at least two languages other than English:
--- First language -
--- Second language -

Watch animation from at least 4 different ratings:
--- G -
--- PG -
--- PG-13 -
--- R -
--- NC-17 / X /Adult/18+-
--- Unrated -

Watch animation from at least 6 of these categories:
--- Watch an anime movie or series -
--- Watch a US kid's show that originally aired on Sat mornings -
--- Watch a holiday themed TV show or movie -
--- Puppet show -
--- Mostly or all CGI -
--- Watch 90+ minutes worth of shorts (i.e Tom and Jerry, Bugs Bunny) -
--- Cartoon based on a newspaper comic strip -
--- Motion Comic -
--- Watch an animated movie that spawned a TV spin-off OR an animated movie that was based on an animated TV show -
--- Watch a work of animated non-fiction [i.e., Waltz with Bashir, etc.] -
--- Watch an Academy Award Best Animated Feature winner -
--- Watch an Academy Award Best Short Subject (Cartoon)/Animated Short winner -
--- Watch a Saturn Award for Best Animation Film winner - Film 1
(Winners for 2015: Inside Out; 2016: Finding Dory; 2017: Coco; 2018/2019: Spider- Man: Into the Spider-Verse.)

Watch animation from at least 6 different genres:
--- Action -
--- Adventure -
--- Comedy -
--- Crime -
--- Drama -
--- Family -
--- Fantasy -
--- Horror -
--- Musicals -
--- Mystery -
--- Romance -
--- Science Fiction -
--- War -
--- Western -

Need help with cartoons from a newspaper comic strip?



Spoiler:
Alley Oop
Baby Blues
Barney Google
Barney Google and Snuffy Smith
B.C.
Beatle Bailey
Blondie
Bloom County/Opus/Outland
The Boondocks
Broom Hilda
The Captain and the Kids (aka, The Katzenjammer Kids)
Cathy
Dennis the Menace
Dick Tracy
Dilbert
Doonsbury
Dream of the Rarebit Fiend
The Dropouts
Emmy Lou
The Family Circus
The Far Side
Flash Gordon
For Better or For Worse
Fred Basset
Garfield
Girls & Sports
Hagar the Horrible
Heathcliff
Hejji
Henry
Krazy Kat
Life in Hell
Li'l Abner
Little Jimmy
The Little King
Little Lulu
Little Nemo in Slumberland
Mandrake the Magician
Marmaduke
Moon Mullins
Mother Goose and Grimm
Mutt and Jeff
Nancy
Over the Hedge (CGI)
Ox Tales
Peanuts
The Phantom
Pogo
Popeye
Prince Valiant
Reg'lar Fellers
Ripley's Believe It or Not!
Rupert Bear
Scamp
Smokey Stover
Snafu
Tarzan
Toonerville Folks (aka, Toonerville Trolley)
Tumbleweeds
Wee Pals (aka, Kid Power)
Ziggy


Easy access links to the iCheckMovies part of the checklist. Thanks coyoteblue!





Criterion Crossover: Since there are so few, I decided to post those movies that qualify for double credit for both challenges. They are: Akira, Fantastic Planet, Fantastic Mr. Fox, and Watership Down, Jason And The Argonauts, King Kong, Robocop. Also, there is animation in the By Brakhage and Science is Fiction box sets. Also, Jellyfish Eyes, King of Jazz and the Eclipse set, Dusan Makavejev: Free Radical could count as well. Along with Journey to the Beginning of Time and Invention for Destruction.

Newer additions: The Fabulous Baron Munchausen, The Plague Dogs, The Triplets of Belleville, Watership Down
Along with these shorts: Asparagus, Begone Dull Care, Bluebeard, Coda, Edmond Was a Donkey, Hunger, Logorama, Madame Tutli-Putli, Monkey Love Experiments, Solar Walk, Yearbook, Yours Faithfully, Edna Welthorpe (Mrs).

2020's Thread

Suggestions for 2022:
Spoiler:
Add: Watch a live action film based on an animated TV show/movie.

Maybe add: watch a season of an animated series while leaving watch an anime season

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Re: The 12th Annual Animation Challenge! Discussion Thread

Sorry this got up so late! Time flies when you're having fun...

Please take a quick look at the checklist and let me know if you see anything to change/fix. Suggestions from last year: live action animation/anime adaptions, watch a season of an animated series while leaving watch an anime season.

Not sure what I meant by "watch a season of an animated series while leaving watch an anime season."

That might be 2 ideas? Watch a season of an animated series as one, watching an anime season? I know that watching a season of an animated series is already there so I'm not sure we need to add in a new one just for anime. I could add it to the original line if the clarification is needed though...
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--- Watch an anime movie or series

--- Watch an animated movie that spawned a TV spin-off OR an animated movie that was based on an animated TV show
Are these the checklist items you are thinking about? Thanks for hosting again!

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Are these the checklist items you are thinking about? Thanks for hosting again!
Yeah, those are the ones that are already there, but I have as suggestions for this year, "live action animation/anime adaptions, watch a season of an animated series while leaving watch an anime season."

The first one, I could add if people are interested. Disney especially are making a ton of live action movies based off an animated film right now. Mulan, Lion King, Aladdin, 101 Dalmatians/Cruella come to mind off hand.

The second part, I'm not sure what I really meant when I typed that. Okay...spent a few minutes and tracked down the original thought: It was to add as another checklist item, "watch an animated series." But they wanted to leave "watch an anime series" so there would be two different check marks since they were such different types of shows. I could definitely add that if people would be interested?

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Maybe this will be my excuse to finally watch the Invincible animated series.
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Heads up: the Criterion Channel currently has an Art-House Animation collection. August is still within the movies' 90 days so everything should still be up throughout the challenge. That group ought to be good for a slew of checks, especially things like award nominees. Here's the list:
Spoiler:
  1. Journey to the Beginning of Time
  2. Invention for Destruction
  3. The Fabulous Baron Munchausen (1962)
  4. Belladonna of Sadness
  5. JŠnos vitťz
  6. Fantastic Planet
  7. Watership Down
  8. Son of the White Mare
  9. The Plague Dogs
  10. Alice (1988)
  11. Faust (1994)
  12. Millennium Actress
  13. Mind Game
  14. Paprika
  15. Persepolis
  16. Waltz With Bashir
  17. A Town Called Panic
  18. Mary and Max
  19. Chico & Rita
  20. The Rabbi's Cat
  21. Alois Nebel
  22. Tatsumi
  23. The King of Pigs
  24. It's Such a Beautiful Day
  25. Consuming Spirits
  26. Aya of Yop City
  27. Rocks in My Pockets
  28. The Wanted 18
  29. The Girl Without Hands
  30. Tower
  31. The Wolf House
  32. No. 7 Cherry Lane
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Originally Posted by Travis McClain View Post
Heads up: the Criterion Channel currently has an Art-House Animation collection. August is still within the movies' 90 days so everything should still be up throughout the challenge. That group ought to be good for a slew of checks, especially things like award nominees. Here's the list:
Spoiler:
  1. Journey to the Beginning of Time
  2. Invention for Destruction
  3. The Fabulous Baron Munchausen (1962)
  4. Belladonna of Sadness
  5. JŠnos vitťz
  6. Fantastic Planet
  7. Watership Down
  8. Son of the White Mare
  9. The Plague Dogs
  10. Alice (1988)
  11. Faust (1994)
  12. Millennium Actress
  13. Mind Game
  14. Paprika
  15. Persepolis
  16. Waltz With Bashir
  17. A Town Called Panic
  18. Mary and Max
  19. Chico & Rita
  20. The Rabbi's Cat
  21. Alois Nebel
  22. Tatsumi
  23. The King of Pigs
  24. It's Such a Beautiful Day
  25. Consuming Spirits
  26. Aya of Yop City
  27. Rocks in My Pockets
  28. The Wanted 18
  29. The Girl Without Hands
  30. Tower
  31. The Wolf House
  32. No. 7 Cherry Lane
Thanks for sharing, Travis! I've watched several and they, for the most part, are good! 6 was interesting, 7 was very bloody for a movie about rabbits! Love 12, 15 and 16 are good but sad but definitely people should watch those. I enjoyed 18.
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Iím actually having trouble staying away from animation until next month. I havenít watched much yet, but I do love sci fi and fantasy animation. Maybe this year I will finally get the Dragonlance movie in. Bought it at Walmart a few years ago from the $5 bin, but havenít been able to take the plunge and watch it yet. Widely panned by fans of the book
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Iím actually having trouble staying away from animation until next month. I havenít watched much yet, but I do love sci fi and fantasy animation. Maybe this year I will finally get the Dragonlance movie in. Bought it at Walmart a few years ago from the $5 bin, but havenít been able to take the plunge and watch it yet. Widely panned by fans of the book
I have a feeling there's enough animation out there that you'd be fine watching some before it counts for both challenges! lol! I think I'm going to pop in Fantasia and Fantasia 2000 tomorrow at some point, myself. I have a ton of new animation films to watch that I am looking forward to seeing. Been saving Luca and Raya and the Last Dragon specifically for the challenge though.
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I've got three crossover animation/sci-fi watches myself to watch on Saturday. I've been watching the Howard Lovecraft series and have the last movie to watch (Howard Lovecraft and the Kingdom of Madness). Then I'm going to watch Gen 13 and the first episode of Masters of the Universe: Revelation to round off my challenge and begin the Animation Challenge. It should be a good start.
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Maybe this will be my excuse to finally watch the Invincible animated series.
I've watched 3 episodes so far and will finish it up next month. I know it's got great reviews, but so far I think it's just okay. I bought Star Blazers 2199: Space Battleship Yamato a couple months ago just for this challenge.
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There's a lot on Netflix to watch. I finished off Tales of Arcadia for the SF/Fantasy Challenge, but I've been holding off Wish Dragon (2021), Godzilla: Singular Point, Nezhu Reborn (2021), Trese, Arolo - The Alligator Boy (2021), Pacific Rim: The Black and America: The Motion Picture (2021)...

Gonna finish off Orphen - Revenge, push on with Time Jam: Valerian and Laureline and Adventure Time, and finally get around to the latest season of Thunderbolt Fantasy, plus there's always room for two or three shorts a day.
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Thanks for reminding me about Pacific Rim. I will definitely be checking that out next month.
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Hereís hoping that my internet is back up by Saturday at midnight. Itís been down since last night. Worse comes to worse, I can use my phone or iPad with cell internet, but when I do that, my battery power plummets.
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Suggestion for next time's checklist, add Robert McKimson under directors. His 40s/Early 50s cartoons are some of my favorites. His Bugs Bunny was such a loudmouth nuisance and he also created Foghorn Leghorn.
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As a reminder. If anyone gets MeTV, Saturday mornings, old cartoons are aired until 10 AM Eastern time, starting with Popeye and The Pink Panther.
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Challenge is starting soon! Don't forget that you can get double credit for the Sci-fi/Fantasy challenge too!
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Another friendly idea for a future checklist item (of o didn't miss it), a cartoon based on a video game. An ever expanding field. You could even have a cartoon based on a toy line or live-action tv show.

Did a binge of animated shorts today, starting with the MeTV cartoons on my DVR. Will stream the new Jellystone show over on HBO Max in the near future.
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The first one, I could add if people are interested. Disney especially are making a ton of live action movies based off an animated film right now. Mulan, Lion King, Aladdin, 101 Dalmatians/Cruella come to mind off hand.
What was the verdict on this one? I'm watching the original 101 Damantions right now and have never seen the live action version. Would they both count or should I stick to the hand drawn puppies?
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I re-watched Filmation's Disco Droopy from 1980. Its so bad, its like a kid-friendly Fritz the Cat. 😆 Just watched an episode of DePatie-Freling's Houndcats and it was boring, not very good.
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Iíve spent the last couple days gathering DVDs together to watch for the Challenge. Iíve also been browsing some of my streaming options. I know Disney+ will likely get a lot of use. Iíve also seen animated movies on YouTube Movies free movies. The past week, Iíve been getting in at least one or two episodes of Voltron a day. Making some good progress, as I think I am over halfway through Season 1 of Lion Voltron. Looking forward to other shows too. For one, I have both the Macross saga, and the Invid series of Robotech. Someday maybe I will also buy the Masterís saga.
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What was the verdict on this one? I'm watching the original 101 Damantions right now and have never seen the live action version. Would they both count or should I stick to the hand drawn puppies?
I think for this year, we're going to skip adding it. I didn't get any feedback about it and the challenge has started. I'll add it to the opening post so I take a look at it again next year. I know someone was interested in adding anime series as well, but didn't get feedback from others on that one either...

I admit, I kind of forgot the question was still out there and didn't follow through before the challenge started. Sorry! But, if you wanted to use a wildcard for it, that would totally work!
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Iíll use the wildcard. I enjoyed the film; Glen Close makes an excellent villain. They used a combination of real animals and animatronics for the film and it looked pretty good.
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Binged the rest of Pacific Rim: The Black today. I was happy to see that it is getting a second season. I think I'm going to leave any binging to the weekends (unless I totally get sucked into something on a week day), but maybe it's not so much the six or whatever episodes than the other eight items (tv/movies/shorts) on top of that. Pacing is key. Think I'm going to start Trese this week.
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I think my main goal for this month's challenge is going to be to get at least one watch in per day, even if it's just a short or two. I really didn't get much watching in in July, so here's hoping that changes for August!

Thinking about the live-action of an animated movie, is there really enough movies out there to make it a good checklist item? I can think of a few movies that were remade as live action, mainly Disney. 101 Dalmatians, Aladdin, Mulan, etc... but are there others by a non-Disney studio? Were the Garfield movies live action or all CGI? I don't think I ever watched them. Shrek has a Broadway play that was filmed. Alvin and the Chipmunks would count. Is that enough?

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