A sly critique of the communist regime in Poland, one of the carefree participants disrupts a patriotic march by retrieving a collection of unnecessary "bourgeois" items from inside his head. It introduces the disunity in their ranks as everyone starts playing with objects brought by him.
In spring, the fox is busy partying. On the other hand, the diligent raccoon dog family works hard in the fields even in the hot summer and are ready for the fall harvest. The fox makes fun of the raccoon dog family sweating as they carry their crops and steals a rabbit’s food in front of the raccoon dogs. When cold winter comes, the raccoon dog family enjoy themselves around a fire, but the fox wanders in the snow searching for food. The fox works out a plan to rob the raccoon dogs of the stock of food in their warehouse by starting a phantom fire. The fox changes into the shape of a truck and gets away with the food, but a raccoon dog turns into a sleigh and chases it. A battle of transformation between the fox and raccoon dogs starts in the air. One raccoon dog, reduced to one wing is facing a tough fight, but his family helps him with an anti-aircraft gun and finally fights off the fox.
Kintaro, gentle and strong, is popular in the forest. He eventually becomes a great samurai with the name Sakata no Kintoki.
A picture-story showman is reading a story about a Rascal Raccoon on the street to children. A starving raccoon with nowhere to go plots to steal offerings from Mangokuzan Temple, which has a lot of offerings. The raccoon sneaks into the temple. While he is eating bean-paste buns, a child bonze comes. So, the raccoon turns himself into a statue of Buddha. A shortened and revised version of The "Enchanted Kettle". According to The History of Japanese Animation written by Katsunori Yamaguchi and Yasushi Watanabe, the picture-story scene at the beginning of the film and the scene of the raccoon dog dancing at the end were added in this version.
An educational short produced by Disney which poses three questions to children in how they should deal with a given situation. This time a game at school.
Short by Martha Colburn.
Employing a montage of xeroxed images, paintings and sound, Jukebox is a personal journey through fragmented experience.
Maru-san and Kaku-san have grown complacent in the long peace. They go to view a military parade, but it turns into a comparison of the military strength of countries around the world. In the end, they listen in on an arms control conference to find out what each country is really thinking.
One of the first short animations by Polish director Witold Giersz.
A scientist develops an unusual pair of eyeglasses which allows the wearer's mind to see things objectively rather than the usual subjective manner.
A wicked male spider tries to capture a Japanese butterfly for his harem. A Yankee bug sailor comes to her rescue. In the end, the spider is eaten by a frog and the bug takes the butterfly home to the USA.
An animated road movie. 11000 miles across the USA and back in a transit van with a rock and roll band, a pencil, a stack of A6 paper and 6 weeks in June to do it.
Canadian animated short
Single shot of a man behind an x-ray screen on which his x-ray is clearly visible and moving. Another man sits on a chair to the right of the screen. The x-ray image that appears on screen is same as seen in last sequence Dr. Macintyre's X-Ray Film. (http://ssa.nls.uk/film/0838)
Max Fleischer is going to a shooting gallery, so he practices on Koko and Fitz, sending them both to Paradise in this slightly erratic but funny cartoon.
A short animared film by Tanaami Keiichi.
A short animated film by Tanaami Keiichi.
Dinky Doodle and his dog are supposed to look after a foundling, which is more trouble than they expected.