American animated film owes its beginnings to the performers of Vaudeville, which before the invention of radio and television was the most popular form of entertainment in North America from 1875 until 1932.
Vaudeville originated in Europe. The actual word vaudeville came from two French phrases: Val de Vire, which meant "valley of the river Vire" and voix de ville, which meant "voices of the town." The valley was a place where people would entertain one another in the evenings with songs and dance. This became so popular that in 1792 the first vaudeville theatre opened in Paris.
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