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    Who Framed Roger Rabbit

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    In order to transition “Who Framed Roger Rabbit” to a horror film genre, cinematography such as lighting, shot types, and angles, can be used. Due to the fact that “Who Framed Roger Rabbit” consists mainly of High-key lighting, it can be noted that it is not the highest-key of lighting being used, because the shadows of the toons as they walk around are extremely prominent. In order to contrast between lights and darks, as well as intensify shadows to give a horror effect, Low-key lighting must be

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    interchanges with restaurants and full service gas stations with stores attached. It'll be beautiful!" The other characters recoil as they listen to him, as if they are listening to the ravings of a madman. As we all know, the madman's plot from "Roger Rabbit" came to explosive fruition in the 1950s and 1960s which gave birth to the car culture which is the United States of America. Despite the energy crises of the 1970's and the gas lines plus stern warnings about over-dependence on foreign oil, the

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    INTRODUCTION Who Framed Roger Rabbit is an animation, mystery, and comedy film starring Bob Hoskins, Christopher Lloyd, and Joanna Cassidy. It was directed by Robert Zemeckis and written by Jeffrey Price and Peter S. Seaman. The film was produced by Frank Marshall and Robert Wattsand distributed by Buena Vista Pictures Distribution. Who Framed Roger Rabbit in 2016, was selected for preservation in the United States National Film Registry by the Library of Congress as being "culturally, historically

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    Disney Analysis

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    today's market. Theme parks will not grow if they don't diversify their resources. The Walt Disney Corporation is a nation wide multi-varied entertainment company which is a household name to millions of people throughout North America. Michael Eisner who is Disney's chairman and chief executive officer knows that his company will have to diversify in order to meet his targeted growth rate of 20%. Eisner wants to follow one of Walt Disney's famous quotes which is "We cannot hit a homerun with the bases

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    Disney Ideology Analysis

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    always been a part of our lives. A brilliant man named Walt Disney in 1923 started the Disney Company. He brought magic and imagination into our world. I loved Disney and so did my parents and even my grandparents.  I would dream about being a Princess who would someday be rescued by my very own Prince Charming. Even now that I am 20, I still love the feeling that The Wonderful World of Disney gives me. I love that children today still believe that their Prince Charming is going to sweep them off of their

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    Walt Disney Pictures films have created dozens of both classic and contemporary films that have stood the test of time. Disney has taught with generations of people valuable life lessons by illustrating good and evil. Films are good ways to share both fictional and real stories that have antagonist, which causes conflict. In Disney films, the antagonist often represents societies view of what a monster is. Disney uses commonly known ‘monsters’ as characters to create stories while maintaining the

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    Disneyland

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    Disneyland The greatest place on the face of the earth is Disneyland. Nowhere else has the magic that a day at Disneyland possesses. From my childhood to my adulthood, I have never experienced a day at Disneyland that didn't put enough joy in my heart to far exceed the admission price. Rides, shops, shows, and characters. These are just a few of the many great aspects of a wonderful place called Disneyland. Disneyland has always been a very special place to me. My parents took my family

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    Racism in Disney Films

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    Robert D. Talking Eggs. New York: Dial Books, 1989. Tarzan. Dirs. Chris Buck and Kevin Lima. 1999. Videocassette. Walt Disney Pictures. The Jungle Book. Dir. Wolfgang Reitherman. 1967. Videocassette. Walt Disney Pictures. The Lion King. Dirs. Roger Allers and Rob Minkoff. 1994. DVD. Walt Disney Pictures.

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    Snow White fetches water out of a well while singing to her reflection. 73 years later, the princess has matured. Rapunzel, while still encompassing the traditional traits of a Disney princess, has some edge. She’s an adventure prone 17 year old who is curious about the world outside of her tower. Compared to Snow White’s “I’m Wishing”, Rapunzel’s opening song, “When will my Life Begin,” clearly demonstrates the maturity and complexity that the Disney leading lady now has in a new century. From

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    disney

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    The Walt Disney Company, more commonly known as Disney, is an American media corporation based in Burbank, California (The Walt Disney Company, 2012). The company was founded in 1923, by brothers Walt and Roy Disney and quickly established itself as a pillar in American society as a trailblazer in the animation industry (The Walt Disney Company, 2012). Today, the Walt Disney Company is one of the largest media conglomerates in the world and continues to serve as a leader in the entertainment industry

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