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Lewis Carroll's poem is read and followed by a free-form animated depiction of images and toys from childhood, repeatedly overturned by a live cat.

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Jan Svankmajer

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Lewis Carroll ... (poem)
 
Jan Svankmajer ... ()

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Erna Kmínková ... producer
Marta Sichová ... producer
Jirí Vanek ... producer

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Zdenek Liska

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Boris Baromykin

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Helena Lebdusková

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Jan Svankmajer

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Micky Thomas ... gaffer

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Vlasta Pospísilová ... animator

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L. Benes ... production assistant
G. Bezdekovsky ... production assistant
Frantisek Braun ... production assistant
V. Fixl ... production assistant
M. Kubricht ... production assistant
P. Limak ... production assistant
D. Mulerova ... production assistant
M. Netralova ... production assistant
F. Tippman ... production assistant
V. Vimmer ... production assistant

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Plot Summary

In stop-time animation, a wardrobe moves through the countryside. It arrives in a house, a child's voice recites Lewis Carroll's "Jabberwocky," and various objects, such as toys and dolls, move about, disintegrate, and play out archetypal scenes. Like Carroll's verse, the images are at once familiar and unfamiliar. A child's play suit, hanging in the wardrobe, becomes the adventure's protagonist. Written by

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Also Known As
  • Jabberwocky (World-wide, English title)
  • Jabberwocky (United Kingdom)
  • Dzabersmok (Poland)
  • Jabberwocky (Poland)
  • Бармаглот, или Одежда соломенного Губерта (Soviet Union, Russian title)
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  • 14 min
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Movie Connections Featured in Jan Svankmajer: The Complete Short Films (2007). See more »

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