Talk:Animation in the United States during the silent era

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Neither Winsor McCay nor Fleischer Studios were based in Hollywood, California. Perhaps this page should be moved from "Hollywood Animation: The Silent Period" to something like "United States Animation: The Silent Period"? Or is there some reason to concentrate only on west-coast animation in an era when much of the best work was being done in New York City? ...And I believe Walt Disney was based in Kansas City early on... -- Infrogmation 18:10, 11 Nov 2003 (UTC)

Leaving out McCay's earlier work.[edit]

Why is there no mention of McCay's Little Nemo (1911) animation? EvangelionTesttype (talk) 03:09, 16 November 2008 (UTC)Reply[reply]