The Chinese Word For Horse (1979)

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The Chinese Word For Horse

The Chinese Word For Horse

The Chinese Word For Horse (1979)

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  • Traditional Animation
  • Jacques
  • Voice Actors: Jim Cranmer.
  • Directed By Kate Canning.
  • Produced By Peter Jacques.
  • Animated By Anna Brockett, Peter Tupy, Kate Canning.
  • Awards: BAFTA Film Award, Best Short Fictional Film, 1978.
  • Music: Dixie Dean.
  • Originally Released in 1979 (Estimate).
  • Color
  • United Kingdom  United Kingdom

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In Chinese, the ideogram for "horse" looks, in fact, like a horse. And the word for "forest" looks like a stylized tree.

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