Here is a classic in stop motion animation. From 1952 – Neighbors. It tells the tail of two neighbors who become separated by a flower. One that is just a relevant today as when it was made. From Prism Films and the National Film Board of Canada.
When my family and I were still going to school at the local university, we would occasionally check out a projector and a few films from the media dept. The ones from The National Film Board of Canada were among out favorites. Especially the animation. Here is one that I think is particularly good.
With out further ado here is MADAME TUTLI-PUTLI
Here is the link to the original one. A little different than this one.
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