Answer: Young Sherlock Holmes
Prior to the release of Young Sherlock Holmes in 1985, there were many noteworthy premieres in computer graphics and filmmaking, but none of them had a completely computer-generated character. 19659003] Star Wars (1977) was the first film to use 3D wireframe graphics when the rebels were informed of the trench attack. Superman (1
978) was the first film with a computer-generated title sequence. Alien
(1979) used raster wireframe rendering for navigation monitors in the landing sequence. Looker
a 1981 movie based on a novel by Michael Crichton came closer to a CGI character as he tried to create a realistic computer-generated character for the model called Cindy (based on actress Susan Dey) ] However, we first find Young Sherlock Holmes
a completely computer-generated film character. The figure, formally known as "The Stained Glass Knight", is a photorealistic rendering of a stained glass. In his scene, the knight jumps from a stained-glass window to terrify a priest and drive him away from the church (and to his death under the wheels of a passing car). The scene lasts less than a minute, but lasted six full months.
Courtesy of Paramount.