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Netherlands, 1992 (MIFF 1993, Animation)

Director: Nico Crama

A hero from the early days of American car­toons draws his own modern day figure. Yet he soon loses control of his new creation. A homage to the classical animation of Max Fleis­cher, with guest appearances by Koko the Clown and Betty Boop.

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