The best vintage cartoons

The golden era of American animation was the greatest period in the history of American animation that began with the advent of sound cartoons synchronized in 1928, coinciding during the golden era of Hollywood, and continued until the mid-1960s, when animated theatrical short films, which served to accompany the feature films in theaters, began to lose against the competition of animated programming on television with the Saturday-Morning Cartoons; as well as the abandonment of several animation studies to make animated films.

Many popular characters arose from this period, including: Mickey Mouse, Bugs Bunny, Donald Duck, Duck Lucas, Goofy, Tom and Jerry, Porky Pig, Betty Boop, The Loco Bird, Huckleberry Hound, Super Mouse, Mr. Magoo, The pink panther, Marvin El Marciano, Pedro and Vilma Picapiedra, Chip and Dale or the first animated adaptations of Popeye, Casper, Little Lulu or Superman. The feature film animation also began during this period, especially with the first Walt Disney films: Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs, Pinocchio, Fantasía, Dumbo and Bambi. The animation on television also began with the first animated series from 1949 to the early 60s during the golden era of television.

This period stood out for its traditional high -budget animation with its image effects, sound and plot quality. Great artists of the industry of this period such as: Chuck Jones, Tex Avery, Bob Clampett, Walter Lantz, Paul Terry, Max and Dave Fleischer, Lillian Friedman Astor, Ted Eshbaugh, Frank Tashlin, Ub Iwerks, Stephen Bosustow, Friz Freleng, Walt Disney, Harman and Ising, William Hanna and Joseph Barbera, Ed Benedict, Iwao Takamoto, Don Bluth, Ted Sears, Shamus Culhane, Dick Huemer, Richard Williams, Albert Hurter, Reta Scott, Mary Blair, Ken Harris, Milt Kahl or Reta Davidson , they worked on the most famous animation studies of this period. And even Chevrolet made animated short films as advertising for its cars.