Spanking in animation

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Donald Duck spanks a little penguin.

(full episode)

Spanking in animation is as old as animation itself.

Many of the first technical devices for animation which were invented in the 19th century were based on the principle of cyclic animation. This means, a series of still images, so-called frames, was repeated in a cyclic sequence, which resulted in the illusion of perpetual repetitive motion. A girl rope-skipping, or a blacksmith hammering, for example, were popular motion types for cyclic animation.

And so was spanking. The repetitive motion made it perfect for cyclic animation, and its great humoristic potential inspired the pioneers of animation from the beginning. This resulted in various simple vintage spanking animations from the end of the 19th to the beginning of the 20th century. These were the first spanking animations.

Spanking in cartoons[edit]

Custom animation from The Sims 2 game.

Cartoon animation in the early 20th century (Walt Disney et al.) brought new openings for non-cyclic spanking scenes. These usually featured cartoon characters, rather than human characters, and applied state-of-the-art principles such as exaggerated poses, gestures and expressions, takes, anticipated action, action and reaction, action lines, stretch and squash. There are nice spanking scenes in many mainstream cartoons such as Tom and Jerry and recently on The Simpsons.

Examples[edit]

For spanking in anime (Japanese cartoons), see spanking in anime.

Examples on YouTube[edit]

From "Birds in the Spring" (1933) Cartoon Compilation (part 2). Popeye the Sailor - Never Sock a Baby
(1939).
"Dreams On Ice" (1939) The Practical pig built a
lie detector spanking machine.
Paddling initiation scene from The Flintsones (1964).

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Links[edit]

AVI video files of cartoon spankings: