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The Man Who Had to Sing

Yugoslavia, 1971 (MIFF 1972)

Director: Milan Blažeković

A cartoon about a character who started singing already in his cradle, and continued all his life. The song is not bad, and his voice is quite pleasant, too. The only trouble is that he only has one song.

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