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The Forgotten Little Doll

East Germany, 1956 (MIFF 1958, Programme 18)

Director: Hannes Hempel

A puppet film without commentary: it is a simple tale of the teddy bear and other nursery animals and toys coming to the rescue of the doll which has been thrown into the corner.

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