The Lollipop opera by Don Freeman

United States, 1971

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A lively film about a barber who draws his own shop, adds a “Mop Top” customer, then cuts and shampoos the boy’s unmanageable hair, finally rewarding him with a lollipop for his good behaviour. Rossini’s “Barber of Seville” provides a lively musical accompaniament. No dialogue. Suitable for lower and middle primary levels.



Glenn Johnson

production company

Pyramid Films





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