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Alf, Bill & Fred (1964)

Three friends, Alf, Bill and Fred (a man, a dog and a duck), share the same passion for bouncing up and down. One day Bill, the man, inherits a large sum of money and gives up his friends, ... See full summary »

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Three friends, Alf, Bill and Fred (a man, a dog and a duck), share the same passion for bouncing up and down. One day Bill, the man, inherits a large sum of money and gives up his friends, who go on bouncing without him. But money does not make happiness and Bill, having fallen into depression, jumps off a 7 story building. He survives but loses his memory. After being welcomed back by his friends, the threesome decide to open the Dog and Duck agency, a business selling happiness to people. Written by Guy Bellinger

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Alf, Bill and Fred three friends alone in a world of misery.


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Enjoy bouncing
1 October 2003 | by See all my reviews

This is a short film about a man, a dog and a duck who enjoy bouncing together. A quite charming cartoon, the animation style brings to mind the old Pink Panther cartoons (with little mostachiod men getting angry), but is far more surreal. I especially like the jokes about all the things Bill can buy with lots of money, Alf and Fred's continued bouncing and, of course, the business venture towards the end. Minutes of pure silliness. It's a delight.


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