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A Smattering of Spots

USA, 1956 (MIFF 1960, Programme 7)

Director: John Hubley

An amusing collection of fourteen animated T.V. "spots", made with imaginative use of design, drawings, musical scores and wit. The film includes five award-winning designs. Some people actually turn on these commercials.

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