Chronology of Animation 1911
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United States The Americas (excluding U.S.) Europe, the Middle East, and Africa
Australasia (excluding Japan)

Ta-Ta! Come Again (ss), Charles Armstrong /Armstrong. (Great Britain)
(silhouette animation)

Norm McCabe (Norman McCabe) (February 10, 1911-January 17, 2006) (animator, director) born. (Great Britain)

Joe Barbera (Joseph Barbera, Joseph Roland Barbera) (March 24, 1911-December 18, 2006) (director, producer, animator) born in New York, New York.

Cal Howard (Calvin Henry Howard) (March 24, 1911-September 10, 1993) (writer, director, voice actor) born in Los Angeles, California.

John Lounsbery (John Mitchell Lounsbery) (March 19, 1911-February 13, 1976) (animator, director) born in Cincinnati, Ohio.

Little Nemo (ss), Winsor McCay.
(drawn animation)

Vincent Price (Vincent Leonard Price, Jr.) (May 27, 1911–October 25, 1993) (voice actor) born in St. Louis, Missouri.

Hawley Pratt (June 9, 1911—March 2, 1999) (director, layout artist, background artist) born in Seattle, Washington.

The Little Artists (ss), J.H. Martin /Cricks & Martin. (Great Britain)
(model animation)

United States The Americas (excluding U.S.) Europe, the Middle East, and Africa
Australasia (excluding Japan)
William Hanna (Bill Hanna, William Denby Hanna) (July 14, 1910–March 22, 2001) (director, producer, animator) born in Melrose, New Mexico.

Robert McKimson (Bob McKimson) (September 27, 1911-September 27, 1977) (director, animator, character designer) born in Denver, Colorado.

Fred Moore (September 7, 1911-November 23, 1952) (animator, character designer) born in Los Angeles, California.

Mitsuyo Seo (Seo Mitsuyo 瀬尾光世, Norikazu Seo, Seo Norikazu) (September 26, 1911- ) (director, animator) born in Hyogo Prefecture.

Les Fantasies d'Agenor Maltrace ("The Fantasies of Agenor Mistraced") (ss), Emile Cohl /Pathe. (France)
(drawn animation)

Ray Patterson (November 23, 1911–December 30, 2001) (animator, director, producer) born in Hollywood, California.

Stephen Bosustow (Stephen Reginold Bosustow) (November 6, 1911-July 4, 1981) (producer, writer) born in Victoria, British Columbia. (Canada)

no date
Alpha Cinematographic Films goes out of business. (Great Britain)

Note: Unfortunately I lack the time or resources to help people find copies of animated films and television programs. I have put together a web List of Online Video and Book Stores that will be useful to find copies in the United States. There are other similar stores on the Internet around the world that might be able to supply the DVDs, LDs, or video tapes that are desired. Check my Animation on the World Wide Web pages for links to animation studios and other Internet resources that may have further information. I am not involved in trading materials from my own collection. I am still waiting to see most of the programs in this Chronology and would be happy to find sources for many of them.

Because of these circumstances I will not respond to requests for help to find these types of materials.

Continue to 1912 Last update: December 4, 2011
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