The Story Of Time (1951)

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The Story Of Time (1951) The Story Of Time

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  • Stop-motion Animation
  • Cornell Film Company, Signal Films
  • Cartoon Characters: Clocks, Watches.
  • Directed By Gerard Holdsworth.
  • Produced By Robert G. Leffingwell.
  • Animated By Frans Hendrix.
  • Awards: Golden Plaque, Best Advertising Film, Robert G. Leffingwell, Berlin International Film Festival, 1951, Oscar Statuette  Academy Award Nominee, Best Short Subject, One-Reel, Robert G. Leffingwell, 1952.
  • Music: Guy Warrack, Guy Warrack with The London Symphony Orchestra.
  • Originally Released in 1951 (Estimate).
  • Running Time: 9:42 minutes.
  • Technicolor
  • United Kingdom  United Kingdom

Cartoon Summary:

This featurette produced for Rolex covers the history of time-telling from prehistory through the modern age.

Cartoon Production Information:

Advertising film for Rolex watches.

Stop-motion animation.

No dialogue.

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