Susie the Little Blue Coupe is an animated short film released theatrically by Walt Disney Studios on 6 June 1952. The eight-minute film was directed by Clyde Geronimi and based on an original short-story by Bill Peet. The film’s narrator was Sterling Holloway. Susie has her ups and downs going from a brand new car in the showroom, to an older model in a second-hand lot, to a skid row wreck, then ultimately restored to a new hotrod. The sweetness and beauty of this animation cel of Susie speaks for itself.
Susie the Little Blue Coupe is an anthropomorphized car created by Walt Disney Studios for the animated short with the same name. To anthropomorphize is to assign human characteristics to non human objects. Either animals, plants or inanimate objects can be used. Of course, Disney Studios, along with all other animation studios have a long history of this. Mickey Mouse, Donald Duck and Porky Pig are examples; all are animals.
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Even drunken pelicans can be anthropomorphized.