The first computer animated movie ever


WORLD'S FIRST
COMPUTER ANIMATED MOVIE

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What was the world's first computer animated movie?

Believe it or not, work on the world's first computer animated movie began way back in 1979 at the New York Institute of Technology by the Computer Graphics Lab.

The movie titled 'The Works' was based on a story written by Lance Williams and was intended to be 90 minutes long.

In 1986 the project was scrapped as the computing power at the time just did not cut it and after spending millions of dollars, only a few minutes of the film was actually created.

It would be another 10 years after 'The Works' was cancelled before another computer animated movie was produced, this time by Pixar Animation Studios, and released by Walt Disney Pictures and Buena Vista Distribution.

At the cost of $30 million, on November 22, 1995, Toy Story, the world's first completed animated movie was released.


Scene from The Works


The first computer animated movie ever

The first computer animated movie ever

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