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Fantastic Animation Festival (1977)

PG | | Animation, Family | 27 May 1977 (USA)
A collection of fourteen award winning animated short films including "Moonshadow," "The Last Cartoon Man," "Closed Mondays," and "Cosmic Cartoon".


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Credited cast:
Spike Milligan ... Narrator: "Moonshadow"
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A collection of fourteen award winning animated short films including "Moonshadow," "The Last Cartoon Man," "Closed Mondays," and "Cosmic Cartoon".

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Did You Know?


For her short "Mirror People" Kathy Rose did all the drawings upside down and went from the first drawing to the last (without key poses and inbetweens). See more »

Alternate Versions

The original theatrical version included the shorts Kick Me and Light. These shorts were omitted from home video versions. See more »


Edited from Light (1974) See more »

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Truly remember able
30 October 2004 | by dianasepulSee all my reviews

I was about 5 when I first saw this movie it was on video. Being 5 and watching the tripped out animation of the 70's, some set to Pink Floyd was actually terrifying to me, but I kept watching this video repeatedly like many 5 years old like to do with videos. I couldn't even watch it by myself I made my brother stay with me with lights on and door open. I liked being scared and tried to figure the cartoons out. They didn't make sense to me and I think that is why it frightened me to watch. It still haunts, but intrigues me. I am a fan, but do not recommend young children to watch, because it is hard to understand at such a young age. I think you need to be around 10 to understand that it is art, and that some cartoons have a meaning, and some don't.

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