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Pegged In

Australia, 1991 (MIFF 1992, Animation)

Director: Michael Eaglesome

Have you ever wondered how that peg got into your Y-fronts? This light-hearted anima­tion explores the secret life of your washing basket, and the playful antics of some playful washing pegs. (SS)

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