Drawing The Line: A History of Jews in Animation
Hosted By: The Union for Reform Judaism (URJ)
Bugs Bunny. Betty Boop. Shrek. Harley Quinn. Krusty the Clown. What do they all have in common? Sure, they’re all popular animated cartoon characters. But these characters were also either created, designed, or performed by Jews. In this session, animation writer and pop culture historian Arie Kaplan will analyze and discuss how Jewish artists, actors, and filmmakers have had an indelible impact on the animation industry.
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