Nfbc Childrens Animation Collection No.2

Canada, 1980

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Metamorphosis (1968, 2 min.): This clown is so clever he can juggle himself. “The Owl and the Lemming” (1971, 6 min.): A puppet animation of an Eskimo legend. “The Family That Dwelt Apart” (1973, 7 min.): A tall Yankee tale about a family of fisherfolk who live happily on a small island until word gets to the mainland that they are in distress. “Nebule” (1973, 10 min.): A black line becomes a magic cord to serve a small child’s fancy. “The Sweater” (1980, 10min): Story by Quebec author Roch Carrier about boys playing hockey. “The Man, the Snake and the Fox” (1978, 12min): Puppets play out a traditional Canadian Inuit legend. The moral- do not make promises that cannot be kept. “Monsieur Pointu” (1975, 12min) - Magic performed by Paul Cormier.



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