In Titan's Goblet
Release Date: January 1, 1991
Running time: 10m
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In Titan's Goblet refers to a landscape painting by Thomas Cole circa 1833. The film is intended as a homage to Cole, who is regarded as the father of the Hudson River School of painting.
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