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Marv Newland's Black Hula is another of his unusual animated shorts I just watched on YouTube
24 August 2010 | by (Baton Rouge, La.) – See all my reviews

Here's another animated short from Marv Newland of Bambi Meets Godzilla fame I just watched on YouTube. Accompanied by a recording by King Bennie Nawahi called "Mauna Kea", it seems three pirates go to an island and manage to convince some natives to build some fast food restaurants on their undisturbed isle. I'll stop there and just say the drawings are quite abstract in the way some people and natural and man-made objects are drawn, particularly in the way mouths are shaped while moving. Since this short ends when the song does, the running time is not much more than 3 minutes, tops. So trying to write the required 10 lines here isn't easy without not revealing the ending but it seems I'm going to make it as I've just reached the goal. So on that note, Black Hula comes recommended.

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