Animated Feature Film

Wiki Test

The letters of blue words are jumbled up! Can you correct them?

An animated teufrae film may use 24 different drawings per second of finished film, sometimes even more, if several characters are on the screen simultaneously. Due to lrowe budgets, Saturday morning cartoons are often produced with a minimum amount of aimantnoi drawings, sometimes no more than 3 or 4 per second. In addition, the omeemsntv of the rehraccsat are often repeated, very limited, or even confined to mouths and eyes only. An tioeexcnp to the 24-frames-per-second rule is when tamnniaio is “shot in twos” in which 12 drawings per second are used and the switch to 24 femasr per second is for quick events like explosions or “wild takes”.

Choose from the following words:

  • exception
  • feature
  • lower
  • movements
  • animation
  • like
  • frames
  • characters
  • animation

The above words with their middle letters scrambled:

  • exeicoptn
  • fatuere
  • lewor
  • momtevens
  • aoiniamtn
  • lkie
  • femras
  • cthaarcers
  • atinimoan

Fill in the missing words:

An animated _______ film may use 24 different drawings per second of finished film, sometimes even more, if several characters are on the screen simultaneously. Due to _____ budgets, Saturday morning cartoons are often produced with a minimum amount of _________ drawings, sometimes no more than 3 or 4 per second. In addition, the _________ of the __________ are often repeated, very limited, or even confined to mouths and eyes only. An _________ to the 24-frames-per-second rule is when _________ is “shot in twos” in which 12 drawings per second are used and the switch to 24 ______ per second is for quick events ____ explosions or “wild takes”.

Choose from the following words:

  • exception
  • feature
  • lower
  • movements
  • animation
  • like
  • frames
  • characters
  • animation

The original text:

An animated feature film may use 24 different drawings per second of finished film, sometimes even more, if several characters are on the screen simultaneously. Due to lower budgets, Saturday morning cartoons are often produced with a minimum amount of animation drawings, sometimes no more than 3 or 4 per second. In addition, the movements of the characters are often repeated, very limited, or even confined to mouths and eyes only. An exception to the 24-frames-per-second rule is when animation is “shot in twos” in which 12 drawings per second are used and the switch to 24 frames per second is for quick events like explosions or “wild takes”.

Important words:

  • animated
  • feature
  • film
  • use
  • different
  • drawings
  • second
  • finished
  • characters
  • screen
  • simultaneously
  • lower
  • budgets
  • saturday
  • morning
  • cartoons
  • produced
  • minimum
  • animation
  • addition
  • movements
  • repeated
  • limited
  • confined
  • mouths
  • eyes
  • exception
  • rule
  • used
  • switch
  • frames
  • quick
  • events
  • like
  • explosions


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