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Perpetual Motion 1920
Bray Studios
 featuring The Clown,
  • Live-Action Characters: Max Fleischer.

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    Comments by: Rating: 6 out of 10 stars Posted: November 25, 2001
    Max Fleischer and Roland Crandal are in the artists' room, drawing table arranged in a line like school desks. They laugh at an excentric old man tinkering with a device he claims will produce "perpetual motion." The clown goes into the device to help it along, and is takes off spinning wildly. Thinking that there might be something in this, Max has second thoughts, and offers to buy the machine for a small amount of money only to find it won't work without the clown's help. There is something to be said about cheating an honest man here. This film again cleverly combines cartoon action with moving live action of the perpetual motion machine.
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