Great piece of animation from 1980 by Hungarian animator Ferenc Rofusz.
Directed by Joanna Quinn
Written and Produced by Les Mills
Animated by Joanna Quinn, Andy McPherson
Edited by Paul Hibbs
Compositing and F/X by Mike Tang
Production Co ordination Catrin Unwin
Music by Tino Martinez Orts
Production Company: Beryl Productions International Ltd
Directed by Gaëlle Denis
Produced by Passion-Pictures
2D Animation by Louis Clichy
Digital Ink and Paint by Tim King
3D Animation and CG Co-ordination by Emma Phillips
Modelling, Animation by Nicklas Andersson
Music by Jocelyn Minniel and Joanna Newsom
Adapted from Dr. Seuss's story "Thidwick the Big-Hearted Moose", this masterfull 1986 Soviet paint-on-glass-animated film won the Grand Prix in Ottawa and Los Angeles. The English translation was done by myself.
The film was directed by Alexei Karayev, and the art director was Aleksandr Petrov - this is one of the rarely-seen earlier films that he participated in (Petrov is better known for winning the Oscar in 2000 for Best Animated Short).
The Ub Iwerks studio was shortlived but produced several remarkable cartoons from 1930 to 1936: the black and white "Flip the Frog" and "Willie Whooper" and the full colour "ComiColor" series. The short "Don Quixote" was released in 1934 and became the earliest cartoon and colour film about Miguel de Cervantes' famous wannabe knight
Felix goes to a gypse to know about his future. But she can't help him, because his hand has no lines to her read it. Felix gets surprise, ... todos » and mad after. Then he decides to go to an astrologist. Felix the Cat vintage cartoon. Directed by Otto Messmer in 1928
"Hungry Felix responds to an advertisement in the newspaper promising a reward for proof that "Man Comes from Monkey". His search for proof ... todos » takes him to South Africa via a Trans-Atlantic cable." Felix the cat cartoon directed by Otto Messmer, 1924