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Stalk of the Celery Monster (Stalk of the Celery) (1979)

Stalk of the Celery Monster
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Release date: 30 August 1979
Tags: Animation (4), Short (4), Tim Burton (2), Animated (1), 1970s (1), 1979 (1), Sort (1), (1)
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1001 Animated Shorts You Must See - The Full List (1001 movies items)

"DIR: Tim Burton SUMMARY: A mad doctor is experimenting on a patient... but all is not what it seems. WHY IT'S HERE: 'Stalk of the Celery Monster' is a very early animation by Tim Burton. Created as a student project, this brief short was enough to win him an animator's apprenticeship with Disney. Only portions of the film survive today but from the less than two minutes that survive it is clear that a major talent is involved. The pencil-sketched characters all look fantastic, with their car"



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