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Prometheus

Bulgaria, 1960 (MIFF 1961, Programme 16)

Director: Todor Dinov

In this cartoon Prometheus snatches the fire from the gods of Olympus while they, Zeus at their head, dance a rock'n'roll and quaff nectar and ambrosia. Zeus sets off in hot pursuit but he is no match for Prometheus who escapes via the discoveries of space travel.

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