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vintage anime sat 1/3 2pm Indianapolis Museum of art

From: Gary
Sent on: Friday, January 2, 2009 7:17 PM
Hey everyone. I didn't have enough time to make this an official meet-up, but I'm just putting it out there because I know many of our memebers are also anime fans:

In the early 1960s, American television was flooded with Japanese pop manga (comics) and animation. Characters like Astro Boy and Gigantor captured the imagination of American audiences and dramatically impacted graphic design and visual arts in the U.S. The influence of this early manga / anime is visible in today?s visual culture, from the films of the Wachowski Brothers to Pokemon. View rare clips from post-war manga from the collection of collector Fred Ladd, who helped introduce Japanese animation to the U.S.

This IMA program includes:

The 1963 TV pilot for Astro Boy (approx. 30 mins.)

The 1965 TV pilot for Gigantor (?Struggle at the South Pole?) (approx. 30 mins.)

The 1965 TV pilot for Kimba, The White Lion (approx. 30 mins.)

Members $4 / Public $8 / College Students $6 / 17 and under Free
Purchase tickets online, by calling[masked], or at the door.

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