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  1. Tex Avery's biography
  2. His characters
  3. His work

Cartoons emerged as one of the most famous entertainment characters in the middle of the 20th century. They were as famous as stars like Marilyn Monroe. A lot of awards were won by supervisors of cartoons. For example, William Hanna and Joseph Barbera, the creators of "Tom and Jerry" have got 7 Awards during 10 years. That's why several studios were created between 1930 and 1960. The cartoon is an American concept: as a general rule, there are two animals that are humanized. The biggest or the strongest one goes after the smallest cartoon. There are a lot of gags, but there is no death. The most little character always escapes from the strongest. All cartoons function in similar manner. In this document, we analyze Tex Avery's cartoon movies. His work is more reflective and meaningful. I will try to explain how Tex Avery has put a hidden meaning in his movies. You could find in this document a proof of identity for each of Avery's character.

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