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The Sand Castle
On a sandy desert, a man made of sand constructs other sand creatures to help make a sand castle for himself.
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The Silent Majority
The 8 minute short is open to interpretation as it examines the inner thoughts of several people around a table, with the Rita Hayworth version of Put the Blame on Mame playing on the soundtrack.
The carnival ride was in the 19th century.
Know Thy Wife
Rather than telling his parents, who have another girl picked out for him, Bob brings home his new wife disguised as his friend "Steve."
The Girl Chewing Gum
At Stamford Road in Dalston Junction of east London, the camera follows pedestrians, cars and birds while a narrator, who appears to be the director behind the camera, seems to instruct the objects.
The Sheep Thief
A young boy gets caught stealing a sheep and is branded with a mark on his forehead so that everyone will know that he is a thief and not to be trusted. Dumped in the desert, the thief covered his mar...
A cow is beheaded in a short film.
Fox Trot Finesse
Ferdie's wife is fox-trot crazy, wanting to go dancing all the time. To get out of it, Ferdie fakes an ankle injury. When his wife spies him walking without his crutch, she writes a letter to her ster...
Faces of November
Robert Drew shows the sights and sounds from the funeral of President John F. Kennedy in November, 1963.
Documentary short by Humphrey Jennings
Death and the Mother
Black-and-white, etched-wood animation tale about the Grim Reaper. In a remote forest, Death in disguise calls on a woman and her baby daughter.
Has to do with a consideration of one possible conceptual model for human existence: that of a primitive form of yardchair, upon which sits The Creator, impassively observing the inexorable flow of Hi...
A writer is persecuted by an enormous and abusive letter 'A'.
Spend It All
"Real Food, Roots Music, and People Full ofPassion for what they do" is Les Blank's spirited look at the French-speaking Cajun community of southwest Louisiana.
In this short film, a group of ghost-like vehicles drive by.
In this short film, the camera pans across a field of flowers.