Movies where actors had to interact with cartoons
Do you remember these?
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The integration of animated characters into live-action films is a storytelling technique that has been a staple of Hollywood for many decades. This unique form of filmmaking combines the whimsy and fantasy of animation with the realism and emotional depth of live-action, creating a distinctive and captivating style of storytelling that has proven to be both popular and enduring.
The origins of this form of storytelling can be traced back to the early days of cinema, when films like 'Fantasia' (1940), and 'The Three Caballeros' (1944) first experimented with blending live-action and animated elements. Over the years, this trend continued to evolve and gain popularity, with films like 'Mary Poppins' (1964), 'Who Framed Roger Rabbit' (1988), and 'Space Jam' (1996) further popularizing the genre and paving the way for future iterations.
Click through this gallery and remember the most iconic examples of when real actors interacted with cartoons.
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