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Woof-Woof

Yugoslavia, 1964 (MIFF 1973, Z is for Zagreb)

Director: Boris Kolar

Kolar at his best with a simple graphic. Dog and cat are smudges of lines in different colours in the traditional cartoon rivalry.

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