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Monday, June 13, 2011

Mr. Bubble (1950s); We Learn About The Telephone (1965)

Update: OH WOW, WHAT A FIND, how beautifully and smoothly animated this commercial is. A real treasure for classical hand drawn animation lovers:


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Apropos, I really love the animation parts of this educational film from the 1960s, too:


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1 comment:

  1. The animation works from this period are brilliant. Not just for style and design (which inspired many works today) if the complex were for the time. Good post :)

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