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Question 1: Another more-complicated variation on stop-motion is go motion, co-developed by Phil Tippett and first used on the films The Empire Strikes Back (1980), ________ (1981), and the Robocop films.
Alien (film)Industrial Light & MagicStar Wars Episode V: The Empire Strikes BackDragonslayer

Question 2: Other action figures, called ________, are very popular stop-motion figures and are not extremely expensive.
STIKFASSingaporeTakara TomyJapan

Question 3: The first all stop-motion 3-D feature is Coraline (2009), based on ________'s best-selling novel and directed by Henry Selick.
American GodsNeil GaimanThe Sandman (Vertigo)Neil Gaiman bibliography

Question 4: The animated series ________ continues to primarily utilize stop-motion animation, using custom made action figures and other toys as principal characters.
Robot ChickenChappelle's ShowWhose Line Is It Anyway?Little Britain

Question 5: Hoedeman was one of dozens of animators sheltered by the ________, a Canadian government film arts agency that had supported animators for decades.
Canadian Space AgencyAcademy Award for Best Animated Short FilmRoyal Canadian Mounted PoliceNational Film Board of Canada

Question 6: Allen's King-Kong ________ commercial from the 1970s is now legendary among model animation enthusiasts.
4motionVolkswagen JettaVolkswagen BeetleVolkswagen

Question 7: French animator ________ impressed audiences with his object animation tour-de-force, The Automatic Moving Company in 1910.
Adolphe ThiersParisFrench Third RepublicÉmile Cohl

Question 8: In the 1990s Trey Parker and ________ made two original shorts and the pilot of South Park almost entirely out of construction paper.
Team America: World PoliceSouth Park: Bigger, Longer & UncutCannibal! The MusicalMatt Stone

Question 9: Stop-motion has very rarely been shot in ________ 3D throughout film history.
AutostereoscopyHolographyStereoscopy3D display

Question 10: ________
List of stop motion artistsList of animated feature-length filmsAnimationList of stop motion films
















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