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My Twelve Daddies

Czechoslovakia, 1959 (MIFF 1960, Programme 6)

Director: Eduard Hofman

A satirical cartoon about premature marriages. A fickle young woman changes her husband, hairstyle, and dress, so often that she has not even time to comb her little girl's hair.

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