INDEX
Abbott, George, 169–70, 250. See also
Moran and Mack
Abbott, William (Bud). See Abbott and
Costello
Abbott and Costello, 27, 46, 213–14,
338n17
Abyssinia, 62–64, 192. See also Walker,
George W.; Williams, Bert
Academy Awards, 4, 284
Adorno, Theodor, 94, 294
Adventures of Prince Achmed, The, 336n1
Aesop’s Fables (animated series), 82,
117. See also Terry, Paul
African American popular culture: and
fantasy of black persona, 5–6, 13, 27,
63–68, 108, 181–89, 205–65, 303–5;
stereotypes of, 10–12, 124, 136–42,
161–66, 204; white fascination with,
13, 65; and the white liberal imagi-
nation, 13
“Aggressivity in Psychoanalysis,” 246.
See also Lacan, Jacques
Albee, Edward. See Keith-Albee vaude-
ville circuit
Alger, Horatio, Jr., 59, 220, 294
Alice Chops the Suey, 330n54. See also
Walt Disney Productions
Alice Comedies (series), 108, 150, 158,
239–40. See also Walt Disney Pro-
ductions
Alice the Whaler, 239–40. See also Walt
Disney Productions
Amature Nite, 275. See also Lantz,
Walter
Amos, John, 15. See also Good Times
Amos ’n’ Andy, 169, 183, 255, 339n32
Anchors Aweigh, 129
Anderson, John Murray, 230
Angry Boys, 4, 284
Animal Zoo, 284
Animated Cartoons: How They Are
Made, Their Origin and Development,
101–2
Animated Film Society, 313n13
animation: African American char-
acters in, 28, 107, 138; animated
characters as tricksters, 81–83, 97,
214–65, 285; animators perform-
ing in, 78–80, 88–91, 103, 134; and
(ani)morphing in cinema, 42, 58–61,
288–89; and anthropomorphism,
184, 200–201, 233; apprenticing in,
104–5, 240; artisanal production
and craft model in, 38, 55–58, 89,
100–107, 219, 242–49; and black-
face minstrelsy, 6–7, 57–58, 65–85,
107, 118–20, 132, 212, 243–44; and
cgi,
143; Chinese stereotypes in,
161–63, 183; circulation of animators
between studios, 106–7; develop-
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