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Who would win the Oscar of Best Animated Feature since 1939?

The category of best animated feature film – aka “Oscar for best animation” – has been awarded for its first time by the Hollywood Movie Academy only in 2002 (after its creation in 2001), when “Shrek”, by Aaron Warner (Dream Works) won the first official award granted to “cartoons”.

Before that, Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs (Disney), Who Framed Roger Rabbit (Amblin) and Toy Story (Pixar) received special honorary awards by the Academy for its remarkable cinematography, and even though being animations (despite “Who Framed Roger Rabbit” wasn´t totally animated, it´s known, for technical purposes, as an animation on most cases), and Beauty and The Beast (Disney) ran as best movie at the Oscars.

Those had been the greatest animation “honors” before 2002, so that many famous “cartoons” were left behind without an Oscar, like Cinderella, Pinocchio, Akira, etc.

Now, to fix these wrongs, Maxiverse launches first-hand the list of all animations that would have won the Oscars in its own category, if it existed since Snow White and The Seven Dwarfs chocked the world with the “innovation” of the high quality animated feature film.

Check it out:

OscarAnimacaoDisney Who would win the Oscar of Best Animated Feature since 1939?Who would win:

1939 – Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs

1940 – Gulliver’s Travels

1941 – Pinocchio

1942 – Dumbo

1943 – Bambi

1944 – Victory Through Air Power

1945 – The Three Caballeros

1946 – The Lost Letter

1947 – The Tinderbox

1948 – The Humpbacked Horse

1949 – Melody Time

1950 – The Singing Princess

1951 – Cinderella

1952 – Alice in Wonderland

1953 – The Snow Maiden

1954 – Peter Pan

1955 – Hansel and Gretel: An Opera Fantasy

1956 – Lady and the Tramp

1957 – Le Village enchanté

1958 – The Snow Queen

1959 – The Tale of the White Serpent

1960 – Sleeping Beauty

1961 – Alakazam the Great

1962 – One Hundred and One Dalmatians

1963 – Arabian Nights: The Adventures of Sinbad

1964 – The Sword in the Stone

1965 – Astro Boy: Hero of Space

1966 – Les Aventures des Schtroumpfs

1967 – The Man Called Flintstone

1968 – Asterix the Gaul

1969 – Yellow Submarine

1970 – A Boy Named Charlie Brown

1971 – The Aristocats

1972 – Ali Baba and the Forty Thieves

1973 – Treasure Island

1974 – La Planète Sauvage

1975 – Adventures of Sinbad the Sailor

1976 – Il Flauto Magico

1977 – The Smurfs and the Magic Flut

1978 – Space Battleship Yamato

1979 – The Lord of the Rings

1980 – Metamorphoses

1981 – The King and the Mockingbird

1982 – The Fox and the Hound

1983 – The Plague Dogs

1984 – Final Yamato

1985 – John the Fearless

1986 – The Black Cauldron

1987 – An American Tale

1988 – Saint Seiya: The Movie

1989 – Akira

1990 – The Little Mermaid

1991 – The Rescuers Down Under

1992 – Beauty and the Beast

1993 – Aladdin

1994 – Batman: Mask of the Phantasm

1995 – The Lion King

1996 – Toy Story

1997 – The Hunchback of Notre Dame

1998 – Anastasia

1999 – Who Framed Roger Rabbit

2000 – The Iron Giant

2001 – Chicken Run

OscarAnimacaoShrek Who would win the Oscar of Best Animated Feature since 1939?Real ones:

2002 – Shrek

2003 – Sen to Chihiro no Kamikakushi

2004 – Finding Nemo

2005 – The Incredibles

2006 – Wallace & Gromit: The Curse of the Were-Rabbit

2007 – Happy Feet

2008 – Ratatouille

2009 – WALL-E

2010 – Up

2011 – Toy Story 3

2012 – Rango

2013 – Brave

2014 – Frozen

2015 – Big Hero 6

2016 – Inside Out

So, what did you think of the list? The Maxiverse Academy has also committed some injustices, as it happens at the Hollywood Movie Academy, which for instance, didn´t awarded an Oscar to The Lego Movie in 2015. Leave your comments!

Obs: Yes, we missed Ghost in The Shell in 1996… but there was no way.

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Ralph Luiz Solera

Escritor e quadrinhista, pai de uma linda padawan, aprecia tanto Marvel quanto DC, tanto Star Wars quanto Star Trek, tanto o Coyote quanto o Papaléguas. Tem fé na escrita, pois a considera a maior invenção do Homem... depois do hot roll e do Van Halen, claro.

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  • Jack Spencer:

    Amazing!!!

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