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Sunbeam (1980)

What's At the Top of a Sunbeam?

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Featured in Animation Celebration Video Collection Volume 1 (1991) See more »

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What's at the Top of a Sunbeam?
Written by Hugh Charles and Sonny Miller
Arranged and Performed by Vicky Silva
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If you have a chance to see it, see it!
5 March 2010 | by See all my reviews

I first saw this back in the late '80s, on one of the Tournee of Animation reels. It is one of the zaniest, funnest, heartwarming bits of animation you will *ever* see.

How to describe? In a nutshell: In an age of cheap, computer-aided animation, "Sunbeam" is a reminder that human being used to lavish vast quantities of nuanced creative energy on fleeting flurries of celluloid.

I was so moved back then that I figured out how to play the featured song on guitar, and sang it at a company talent show! It's one of the sweetest invitations to spiritual progress I've ever heard.

Someone else mentioned: You can find it on cartoonbrew.com. This is one for the archives; I hope it stays around for future generations to see.

((2014 01 15 addendum))

Hey! Vimeo has a HD version on-line!:

http://vimeo.com/47898871


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