10 Most Interesting Live-Action Cartoon Films Ever Made

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For three decades, from the ’60s through the ’90s, there may have been no more popular form of kids’ entertainment than the Saturday-morning cartoon. From the Hannah Barbara classics of the ’60s, through the Japanese imports that began in to appear in the U.S. in the early ’70s, to the form’s high-classic period in the ’80s, cartoons provided laughs, adventure and the occasional spooky story to children across America. And then, as the century rolled over, these stories broke out and went mainstream, with studios like Pixar and Disney turning cartoons into immensely profitable movies targeted …

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