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Plain Man's Guide to Advertising
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Plain Man's Guide to Advertising

Animation & Artists Moving Image196220 mins

Does your home suffer from BO? This gag filled pastiche of the ad industry is happy to nibble the hand that feeds it

The Cat that Walked by Himself
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The Cat that Walked by Himself

Children's198315 mins Location: South Shields

Appealing 1980s animation of Rudyard Kipling’s children’s fable in which a cave woman’s magic fails to tame a cat with attitude.

Cast Us Not Out
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Cast Us Not Out

Documentary196922 mins

Documentary insight into the work of the Jewish Welfare Board, helping some of the most vulnerable people in the community

Mr Eppynt a Clara'r Fuwch: Yr Enfys
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Mr Eppynt a Clara'r Fuwch: Yr Enfys

Animation & Artists Moving Image19786 mins

Every cloud has a silver lining but Rainbow Valley’s is not just silver but technicolored, thanks to artistic Mr Eppynt and his dear cow Clara.

100 Year Old Coach
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100 Year Old Coach

Non-Fiction19261 mins

Crowds block the streets to catch a view of a handsome old carriage at a Jewish wedding

Socialist Car of State
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Socialist Car of State

Animation & Artists Moving Image19309 mins

Party-political hyperbole meets Wacky Races in this spirited cartoon produced for the Conservative Party.

What's the Use of Grumblin'?
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What's the Use of Grumblin'?

Government sponsored film19183 mins

Mrs Grousin’-Jones can’t stop complaining about the inconvenience of the war

Think of the Future
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Think of the Future

Animation & Artists Moving Image19568 mins

A highly animated answer to the question of rising living standards.

Two off the Cuff
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Two off the Cuff

Animation & Artists Moving Image19689 mins

Animated special offer! 2-for-1 cartoon from Bob Godfrey, with the voice of Ronnie Barker

Agitated Adverts
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Agitated Adverts

Animation & Artists Moving Image191710 mins

Anson Dyer imagines the characters behind newspaper adverts and brings them to life in this Kine Komedy Kartoon

Damon the Mower
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Damon the Mower

Animation & Artists Moving Image19724 mins

A stripped back animated masterpiece from the director of Yellow Submarine (1968), based on an poem by Andrew Marvell

Now
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Now

Animation & Artists Moving Image19698 mins

A film by an early British pioneer of computer generated filmmaking.

The Mathematician
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The Mathematician

Animation & Artists Moving Image19763 mins

2 + 2 = BOOM! The apocalyptic danger of maths is explored in this computer animated cartoon from the mind of Stan Hayward

The Mail Goes Through
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The Mail Goes Through

Animation & Artists Moving Image194710 mins

Witness the no-so-great train robbery in this post-war cartoon, produced "in glorious monochrome"

Wooden Athletes
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Wooden Athletes

Animation & Artists Moving Image19125 mins

Stripped-back wooden dolls put on the greatest show on Earth via the marvel of stop motion

Man of No Account
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Man of No Account

Advert19611 mins

Cartoon modernism meets modern banking in this innovative cinema ad for Barclays Bank

Plastic Platitudes
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Plastic Platitudes

Animation & Artists Moving Image19574 mins

Specially commended by ‘Amateur Cine World'. Nineteen fifties claymation by Douglas Butcher offering tongue-in-cheek advice for life.

A Christmas Story
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A Christmas Story

Amateur film19523 mins Location: Kent

It's Christmas 1952 and after the presents, the decorations and the cake are made ready, all generations of the family gather for the big party

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