Lotte Reiniger Compilation

United Kingdom, 1931

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A compilation of works by silhouette animator Lotte Reiniger. “Carmen” Carmen entices the soldier, Don Jose, to the gypsy encampment where she steals his clothes. “Aladdin and the Magic Lamp” - The Arabian Nights story of Aladdin. “Gallant Little Tailor” - A little tailor, plagued by flies kills seven of them at one stroke . “Grasshopper and the Ant” - The grasshopper plays his fiddle all summer, but when winter comes he realises his error. Jack and the Beanstalk” - Traditional fairytale. “Little Chimney Sweep - Fairytale about a little chimney sweep. “Papageno” - From Mozart’s “Magic Flute”. “Puss in Boots”. “Snow White and Rose Red” - Snow White and Rose Red befriend a bear who later claims to be a prince under a spell.

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