One of the most famous pieces of early cartoon film animation was a serious rendition of the sinking of the Lusitania. Although I've never seen it, the film is purportedly a high quality, excellently drawn film animation of the sinking - - - put together in the teens or early 1920s. The artist drew sequential pictures of the ship being hit by the torpedo, and then sinking. The person who did it is quite well known, but unfortunately, I don't know his name. Has anyone heard of this, or seen the film?