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The Mascot (Fétiche - Fétiche mascotte) (1933)

The Mascot
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Joya animada

7 years, 4 months ago at Jul 20 17:45
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Si Georges Méliès fue un pionero, el iniciador del género fantástico con personajes reales en la historia del cine, Starewicz sería su más cercano homólogo en el apartado de cine de animación. En los albores del cine, ambos otorgaron al nuevo arte una dimensión mágica, cargada de alucinantes fantasías donde -mucho antes de que la industra norteamericana se apropiara del término- se pas... read more
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A toy stuffed dog has just been sewn together when it hears a young child ask for an orange. The child's mother explains that they have no money, and so she cannot buy any oranges. The dog is then packed up along with a box full of other toys to be sold, but it soon winds up in the street. The dog picks up an orange from a curbside stand, and hopes to take it home to the child. But that night, before the dog can get back to the child's home, it must face a series of strange and frightening adventures.
Release date: 9 December 2017
Tags: Surrealism (3), Animation (3), Short (2), 1934 (2), Classic (2), Creativity (1), B&w (1), Sort (1), French (1), Stop Motion (1)
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100 Greatest Animated Shorts (100 movies items)

"By the time he made ‘The Mascot’, Ladislas Starevich was already working on his masterful, pioneering feature length animation ‘The Tale of the Fox’ but that didn’t stop him from also making his masterpiece of short animation too. ‘The Mascot’ is probably Starevich’s most famous film, championed by the likes of Terry Gilliam, who listed it in his top ten animated shorts of all time. It’s further evidence of the importance of this underappreciated talent, whose films show such r"


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1001 Animated Shorts You Must See - The Full List (1001 movies items)

"DIR: Ladislas Starevich SUMMARY: A toy dog goes through hell in an attempt to get an orange to a sick girl. WHY IT'S HERE: By the time he made 'The Mascot', Ladislas Starevich was already working on his masterful, pioneering feature length animation 'The Tale of the Fox' but that didn't stop him from also making his masterpiece of short animation too. 'The Mascot' is probably Starevich's most famous film, championed by the likes of Terry Gilliam, who listed it in his top ten animated shorts "



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