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Masters of animation. Volume I, USA, Canada

Author: John Halas; David Healy; Oswald Laurence; Educational Film Centre.; Home Vision (Firm)
Publisher: [S.l.] : Educational Film Centre ; Chicago, IL : [Distributed by] Home Vision, 1986.
Edition/Format:   VHS video : VHS tape : Partial animation   Visual material : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Volume One features segments on animated filmmaking from the United States, the National Film Board of Canada, CBS-Radio Canada, and Canadian independent animators. The U.S. segment includes excerpts from Walt Disney's Steamboat Willie, Bob Blechman's The Soldier's Tale, and Will Vinton's The Great Cognito, as well as interviews with Chuck Jones, Barrie Nelson, Sam Weiss, and others. The Canadian segments include  Read more...
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Genre/Form: History
Material Type: Partial animation, Videorecording
Document Type: Visual material
All Authors / Contributors: John Halas; David Healy; Oswald Laurence; Educational Film Centre.; Home Vision (Firm)
OCLC Number: 21486950
Credits: Producer-director, John Halas ; associate producer, Jean-Marc Peyron ; editor, Sean Lenihan ; commentary, David Healy, Oswald Laurence ; original music, Peter Shade, Richard Arnell, David Hewson.
Cast: Interviews: Chuck Jones, Barrie Nelson, Sam Weiss, Bill LIttlejohn, Leo Salkin (USA); Norman McLaren, Caroline Leaf, Don Arioli, Frederic Back, Graeme Ross, Andre Theroux, Gerry Potterton, Daniel Langlois (Canada).
Target Audience: Junior high through adult.
Description: 1 videocassette (85 min.) : sd., col. ; 1/2 in.
Details: VHS.
Contents: Film Excepts: Steamboat Willy / Walt Disney --
Rooty Toot Toot / John Hubley --
Opens Wednesday / Barrie Nelson --
Soldier's tale / Bob Blechman --
Great Cognito / Will Vinton --
Legeld of John Henry / Sam Weiss --
2000 year old man / Leo Salkin --
Voices / Joanna Priestley --
Hen Hop / Norman McLaren --Blinkity Blank / Norman McLaren --
Chairy tale / Norman McLaren --
Pas de deux / Norman McLaren--
Street / Caroline Leaf --
Every child / Eugene Fedorenko, Derek Lamb --
Hot stuff / Zlatko Grgic, Don Arioli --
Sandcastle / Co Hoedman --
Great toy robbery / Geoffrey Hale, Derek Lamb --
Paradise / Ishu Patel --
Everything for nothing / Frederic Back --
Illusion / Frederic Back --
Crac / Frederic Back --
1, 2, 3 / Graeme Ross --
Hiboux (Owl symbol) / Andre Theroux --
George and the star / Gerry Potterton --
History of the world in 3 minutes flat / Mike Mills --
Horray for sandbox land / Marv Newland --
Slow dance world / Ellen Besen --
A hard day at the office / Al Sens --
Tony De Peltrie / Pierre Lachapelle ... [et al.].

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Volume One features segments on animated filmmaking from the United States, the National Film Board of Canada, CBS-Radio Canada, and Canadian independent animators. The U.S. segment includes excerpts from Walt Disney's Steamboat Willie, Bob Blechman's The Soldier's Tale, and Will Vinton's The Great Cognito, as well as interviews with Chuck Jones, Barrie Nelson, Sam Weiss, and others. The Canadian segments include excerpts from Hen Hop and other works by Norman McLaren, Hot Stuff, by Zlatko Grgic and Don Arioli, Everything for Nothing, by Frederic Back, and Al Sen's A Hard Day at the Office, as well as interviews with McLean, Arioli, Back, and other Canadian animators.

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