High Quality Content by WIKIPEDIA articles! Princess Iron Fan is
the first Chinese animated feature film. It was directed in
Shanghai under difficult conditions in the thick of World War II by
Wan Guchan and Wan Laiming (the Wan brothers) and was released on
January 1, 1941. The story was liberally adapted from a short
sequence in the popular Chinese folk tale Journey to the West.
Princess Iron Fan is a main character. Specifically, the film
focused on the duel between the Monkey King and a vengeful
princess, whose fan is desperately needed to quench the flames that
surround a peasant village. The Wan family twins Wan Laiming and
Wan Guchan with their brothers Wan Chaochen and Wan Dihuan were the
first animators in China. After the release of their first "real"
cartoon, Uproar in the Studio (1926), they continued to dominate
China's animation industry for the next several decades.
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