Synopsis for the Theatrical Short Happy End

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Happy End

Happy End (1958) Theatrical Cartoon

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  • Theatrical Film
  • Originally Released in 1958.
  • Color
  • Yugoslavia  Yugoslavia

Cartoon Summary:

Arms and a head from a broken statue are laying on the ground in a desolate wasteland. A ticking clock re-appears throughout the film showing 'time' passing backwards. The statue pieces float across the landscape and re-assemble with other statue pieces towards their place of origin. The buildings and structures look like the aftermath of a nuclear explosion. The 'explosion' is finally seen only 'backwards'! The town, buildings and the 'statue' are returned to their original state. The words 'Happy End' appear on the screen.

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