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There are no Blue Mice

Germany, 1957 (MIFF 1960, Programme 11)

Director: Klaus Georgi

The Sunday walk of the mice family and their meeting a little blue mouse. An amusing little cartoon on a serious theme - the effect of the colour bar.

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