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Description: Life’s Musical Minute, recently re-discovered, is a short promotional movie of this kind, based on Gene Krupa’s drum solo from “Golden Wedding” by the Woody Herman jazz band. It was Lye’s attempt to gain help from Life Magazine.
Description: This was other sample promotional film, which Lye offered to tv stations. He scratched some dramatic black-and-white abstract images, hand-coloured them, and combined them with African drum music. The movie gives us a taste of what Gratis Radicals would have looked like if it had been made in colour rather than black-and-white.
Description: What happened in the land of Oz after Dorothy returned to Kansas? Based on the original ebook by L. Frank Baum “The Tin Woodman of Oz” (TWO) follows the journeys of the Tin Woodman, the Scarecrow and the tiny man 'Woot' as they find for the Tin Woodman's first love, Nimmie Aimee. What they search is not what they expected! TWO is the first CG-animated detail to be produced entirely as an Internet collaboration. 100+ artists around the globe contributed to TWO.
Description: Women's bodies are presented as ambiguous erotic landscapes, sometimes classically baroque, sometimes cubistic visions in a distorted reflection, depending on the camera angle and shot size. Finally the female flesh frees itself to the accompaniment of electronic smacking noises and, ignoring all gender borderlines, unites with itself in Cronenbergesque growths.
Description: The Austrian artist Maria Lassnig says us the storyline of her life in 14 verses, beginning with her birth and ending with her life as it is today. Simultaneusly - in the background - we see the storyline as animated drawings, full of irony, humor and wisdom.
Description: In an associative montage statues of saints in rigid and rapt poses are cross slash with those of true actors until the two can no longer be said apart. Gradually the true bodiies break away from the constraints of their wooden models through increasingly improvised dance. A successful act of liberation from (Catholic) convention, which the material celebrates in an acstasy of multiple exposures and psychedelic colors.
Description: The tone is lyrical, the voices are real, the bodies are sketchy: A couple talks at the smartphone and in bed (a casanova and his victim). "You helped me, you made me strong, but you can´t blame me for anything. When somebody loves so blindly, they pay with their life."
Description: a) a fat woman singing about not wanting to receive thin just to please men. b) the first time for her and him. c) at the fortune-teller. A confrontation of horrible science and horrible superstition.
Description: One day in the land of Oz, Cap'n Bill enlists the aid of the Scarecrow to support him take young Trot to her fresh home in Jinxland, only to search it’s been taken over by an evil king.
Description: Standing still in front of the launch window, a girl stares at the dark clouds that obscure the sky. Immobile, she wars vs the remembrances of the past. In the clouds, a passionate embrace appears.
Description: "Going Bonkers" is the two-part pilot episode to Bonkers, originally aired as a one-hour unique on September 4, 1993, accompanied by a rerun of Down and Out with Donald Duck. Although it is meant to be the first episode in chronological order, it is now the tenth and eleventh episodes in the original airing order (unless one does not count the original Disney Channel airdates of the previous nine episodes).
Description: It is Hallowaiian on the Large Island of Hawaii, so excitement and mischief are in the air. Three young friends, Kai, Eddie and Leilani uncover a mysterious idol in a secret cave whilst catching some waves at sunset. They quickly uncover that they've unleashed an ancient evil upon the island in the form of a giant pineapple-headed monster. The children search support in some mystical mates and explore that in order to vanquish the evil, Kai gotta uncover his heritage, and trust the ancient stories of his ancestors.
Description: Inside the mansion of Mickey Mouse, a mysterious figure is seen kidnapping the Mouse, who is told to have been in negotiations to sign a contract with other studio. Bonkers and Lucky are assigned with finding Mickey, with the latter being promised a promo if they do, and they decide to begin their find at Corkscrew Studios (which has been adorned appropriately to welcome Mickey). While searching through the studio, Lucky suggests that they stop searching until a ransom note is discovered, but a nearby janitor says him that there isn't going to be any note. Bonkers recognizes the janitor as Babyface, a washed-up former kid star notorious for his obnoxious ego.
Description: A Goof Troop Christmas: Have Yourself a Goofy Tiny Christmas is a unique Christmas episode of Goof Troop. It was originally broadcast as part of a one-hour unique in syndication, which also included the classic Donald Duck shorts Up a Tree and Toy Tinkers, and also included a behind-the-scenes look at Aladdin.
Description: Disney Princess Enchanted Tales: A Kingdom of Kindness is a unofficial 2005 direct-to-video animated detail produced by DisneyToon Studios. It was now the first movie in the brand fresh Disney Princess Enchanted Tales series (including Follow Your Dreams) of direct-to-video films, every featuring fresh stories about the Disney Princesses; Belle and Ariel--including her daughter; Melody, guest star from The Tiny Mermaid II: Return to the Sea, makes her appearance for the first time. It was released on July 4, 2005 by Walt Disney Studios Home Entertainment.
Description: Tee VHS releases compiled 3 episodes of the series into a TV movie. These international releases included newly-animated wraparounds with Mowgli interacting with the characters as adults, as they recall happenings from their childhood through the series' episodes.
Description: A Chinese woman gotta become a fighter to war a fight and to save her village by convincing a dragon to melt the snows. She gotta overcome the trials of the four elements, with the support of a medallion and some magical friends.
Description: Together with the characters, viewers will search out who is the strongest of Mi-Mi-Bears and whether it will be possible for the wizards to search the key of Air. Also in the fresh release of the fresh episodes of the animated series “Kati and Ef. Anywhere - the door "," Houses "and" Four in the cube.
Description: Animated short about a bunch of pirates who gets shipwrecked, ends up ashore and they settle down on land with marriage and a regular job. They think it will last forever, but one day other pirate ship gets ashore...
Description: The Donkey Lord is a 2018 Pakistani pc animated comedy movie directed by Aziz Jindani. The movie details the voices of Jan Rambo, Ismail Tara, Hina Dilpazeer, Ghulam Mohiuddin, and Jawed Sheikh.
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All eight of the Bell Science shows featuring Frank Baxter are fun to watch today, despite some of the material being somewhat dated. (The shows reflect their age mostly when it comes to electronic technology. The computerized machines from the Eisenhower and Kennedy eras are often quite "prehistoric".) The four soon installments, produced by Warner Brothers, are especially enjoyable on acc of their outlandish sets and art direction. In this one, we take an imaginary visit to the "Planet Q" where the inhabitants are just like we humans and keep court with a lord on his throne. The "plot" involves setting the "royal" clock and needing a "time" to begin with. Conveniently, Frank Baxter is accessible with an observatory peeping out to World and is able to give a detailed description of what "time" is.Subjects covered contain a history of clocks starting with sticks-in-the-ground, sun dials, calenders, Galileo's first test of the pendulum in 1583, the test of quartz crystals and, in the 20th century, atomic energy for modern clocks. The seasons are briefly studied, along with how plants, snowshoe hares and hamsters test their own "clocks". Uranium properties aid paleontologists in "dating" fossils and studying the earth's age.The greatest segments involve Einstein and his relativity principle. Carl Sagan's "Cosmos" series in 1979-80 covered related material in live-action (and considerably more detail), but the cartoon footage gets the mission across quite well. Two twin brothers... one an astronaut traveling the speed of light and the another staying on World age 60 years differently, because time is various in outer zone with various "laws" in effect.Like all of the programs, there is a nice finish. This time, the Large Bang theory is presented with delicious slushy orchestration and the all-too-familiar passage is borrowed from Ecclesiastes (later done by the Byrds in song). It is an appropriate ending to the very last Bell Science unique (with Baxter starring), since the Warner-produced specials didn't delve into scripture like the earlier Frank Capra productions (such as OUR MR. SUN and HEMO THE MAGNIFICENT).
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