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Gaston Is Here

Gaston Is Here (1957) - Gaston Le Crayon Theatrical Cartoon Series Gaston Is Here

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  • Gaston Le Crayon Theatrical Cartoon Series
  • Distributed by: 20th Century Fox
  • Cartoon Characters: Gaston Le Crayon, Alfred Fitchcock.
  • Originally Released in 1957.
  • TechniColor, CinemaScope
  • Running Time: 5:06 minutes.
  • U.S.A.  U.S.A.

Cartoon Summary:

Gaston Le Crayon is a French (kind of beatnik-looking) artist who brings his artwork to life. He's doing a famous painting to be. Movie director Alfred Fitchcock moves in next door. Fitchcock is making a movie about a man stranded in the frozen Arctic. Gaston takes it seriously. He paints a toaster, stuffs the freezing man in it, and pops him out like a piece of toast. Gaston thinks that he's doing a good deed. Fitchcock is furious.

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