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Films By John Hubley

A Smattering of Spots (John Hubley, 1956)
An amusing collection of fourteen animated T.V. "spots", made with imaginative use of design, drawings, musical scores and wit. The film includes five award-winning designs. Some people actually turn… Read more

A Smattering of Spots (John Hubley, 1956)
An amusing collection of fourteen animated TV 'spots', made with imaginative use of design, drawings, musical scores and wit. The film includes five award-winning designs. Some people actually turn o… Read more

Adventures of * (John Hubley, 1957)
This animated film of a little boy and his father is a fable reminding us that we need not outgrow our childhood endowment of looking at the world with the "innocent eye" of spontaneous enjoyment. ... Read more

Children of the Sun (John Hubley, 1960)
In a brief, but effective message, John Hubley, in his unusual style of animation , develops the story of two children - the happiest child,he who has enough to eat, and the unhappiest, representing … Read more

Cockaboody (Faith Hubley, John Hubley, 1973)
Two sisters, ages 3 and 5, are engaged in imaginitive pre-bedtime play, their parents having left them in the care of a babysitter for the evening. We see the role of play in a child's growing adjust… Read more

Date with Dizzy (John Hubley, 1956)
A satire on the production of a TV. commercial. showing the improvisation of a musical sound track for animated drawings. ... Read more

Eggs (John Hubley, 1970)
The Goddess of Fertility endlessly sows the seeds of life, which brings her into direct conflict with the activities of her partner, Death. The two argue over the fate of the Planet Earth, until the … Read more

Harlem Wednesday (John Hubley, 1957)
In the paintings of the American artist, Prestopino, the camera explores life in Harlem throughout the day and late into the night. The film won an award at the Venice Film Festival. ... Read more

Moonbird (John Hubley, 1959)
A colour cartoon on the fantasy of childhood. Two small boys, armed with rope, cage and bait, embark upon a nighttime expedition to capture the nocturnal bird. A bird does finally appear. Making frie… Read more

Of Men and Demons (John Hubley, Faith Hubley, 1969)
Made by the famed husband and wife team, John and Faith Hubley, this is a satirical allegory of man's constant battle with his changing environment. ... In the beginning a man and his wife lead a pea… Read more

Tender Game (John Hubley, 1958)
An attempt to state dramatically, by means of abstract shapes and colours, the drama of two people falling in love. ... Read more

The Cruise (John Hubley, 1967)
A group of passengers on a pleasure cruise have placed their trust in a multi-faced helmsman and chief steward. A lottery gives the winners an opportunity to play their tune on a magnificent juke box… Read more

The Hat (John Hubley, Faith Hubley, 1961)
A comical account of the serious matter of international disputes; told with new, liquid animation, and improvised, meandering dialogue. ... Jury Prize, Tours Festival; Grand Prix for Animation, Veni… Read more

Urbanissimo (John Hubley, Faith Hubley, 1967)
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Windy Day (John Hubley, 1968)
The two adorable Hubley children, who made their debut in Moonbird ten years ago, continue their exploration of the world of reality and fantasy in this animated film which, once again, records their… Read more

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