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Boogie-Doodle (1941)

From the opening credits: "An experimental film (...) made without camera, by drawing directly upon 35 mm film with an ordinary pen and ink." Various abstract shapes interact and transform into one another.

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Norman McLaren
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From the opening credits: "An experimental film (...) made without camera, by drawing directly upon 35 mm film with an ordinary pen and ink." Various abstract shapes interact and transform into one another.

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Animation | Short

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The opening credits read, in 8 languages, "The National Film Board of Canada presents an experimental film by Norman McLaren, made without camera, by drawing directly upon 35 mm movie film with an ordinary pen and ink". See more »

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Another classic short

This time round Norman McLaren literally does what the title says, to a fast paced boogie woogie tune he intertwines the movement on screen and the rhythm of the soundtrack, giving us a Boogie Doodle. Similar in its concept to "Lines Horizontal" and "Lines Vertical", it may be short but you won't want to blink


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1941 (Canada) See more »

Also Known As:

Каракули в стиле буги See more »

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Mono (Solo Art Recording)

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Color
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