When a witch transforms her brothers into swans, a young princess must find a way to change them back.
A Happy Harmonies cartoon with Bosko: Bosko and his dog Bruno are guarding some sheep. Bosko is sleeping and not watching his flock carefully. The youngest and most mischievous in the herd is a black sheep who runs into the woods and plays a trick on the others, pretending that he has been kidnapped. Unfortunately, the little black sheep cries wolf and causes Bosko all kinds of trouble. When the trick is discovered, he is taught a lesson by the shepherd's dog, who dresses as a black bear. Bosko awakens and gives chase with his shotgun, thinking that it's a real bear. Once discovered and out of shells, they all have a good laugh until another bear comes by and takes after them with the attendant chase scenes. The bear is unmasked as being the five little lambs wearing a bear suit.
New Glass no Kamen movie.
Adventure of Mr. Promise - the one who promises and never does...
Short animation transports you to the heart of the imagination of a child. In the storm that threatens a little girl thinking at night aloud.
This abstract yet compelling philosophical tale uses the Alexeïeff-Parker pinscreen as a metaphor for the particles that make up the universe. Through 4 tableaux that explore her character’s thoughts, filmmaker Michèle Lemieux takes a look at the profound reflections of this everyman, whose questions are part of humanity’s eternal quest for meaning.
Two lovers perform a fandango dance. A jealous quarrel follows and the heart-broken swain decides to end it all. He throws himself from the window of his room, but instead of being killed the anchor of a passing balloon intercepts his flight and he is taken up high into the clouds. Laughing at the poor, unfortunate mortal, the moon arouses the anger of the desperate lover and a battle between the two ensues.
A British trick film with stop-motion animation by an unknown film maker.
A painter is seen in his studio with his model. A buyer comes in, and the painter shows him a number of his paintings, all of them based on puns, including one of a devil shooting pool. Eventually, the buyer purchases all of the paintings.