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Why Man Creates

Why Man Creates

Why Man Creates (1968) Theatrical Cartoon

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Saul Bass and Associates Saul Bass, Elaine Bass Saul Bass , Albert Nalpas, Kent MacKenzie, Cliffe Oland Jeff Alexander
  • 1968
  • Saul Bass and Associates
  • Pyramid Film & Video
  • Theatrical Cartoon
  • Directed By Saul Bass, Elaine Bass.
  • Produced By Saul Bass.
  • Animated By Art Goodman & Pantomime.
  • Written By Saul Bass, Mayo Simon.
  • Edited By Albert Nalpas, Kent MacKenzie, Cliffe Oland.

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  • Conceived By: Saul Bass, Mayo Simon.
  • Camera: Eric Daarstad, George Lucas.

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Legendary film title sequence designer Saul Bass' paean to the concept of creativity. A series of explorations, episodes and comments on creativity. Humor, satire...  (more)

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