The Two Sisters (1998)

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The Two Sisters

The Two Sisters

The Two Sisters (1998) The Two Sisters

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  • Epidem ZOT, La Cinquiéme, CNDP
  • Distributed by: Telescreen
  • Cartoon Characters: Yellow Giraffe, Rama, Sita, Rabi.
  • Directed By Antonia Ringbom, Jaana Wahlforss.
  • Animated By Antonia Ringbom.
  • Music: Tom Salomonsen.
  • Originally Released in 1998 (Estimate).
  • Running Time: 5 minutes.
  • Production Number: 8
  • Color
  • Finland  Finland

Cartoon Summary:

A poem by Rabindranath Tagore (India). A story about love and bicycles. Rama is deeply in love with Sita, who is the most beautiful girl in the village. Rama's little brother Rabi is much more interested in Rama's new bicycle than in girls. But he is not allowed...  (more)

Cartoon Production Information:

Cutout animation. The Yellow Giraffe series are attractive, multicultural and full of poetry and delightful music. These enchanting stories are inspired by famous poems by such writers as William Blake, Rainer Maria Rilke and W.B. Yeats, and are set...  (more)

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