A laboriously produced claymation-style film prepared by senior graduate students at the University of California at Berkeley, School of Education in 1949. Jack Alroy Holmes, later Dean of the School, was part of the production team.
Film includes fascinating and clever renderings of clay pieces, simple but effective sets, and impressive use of deceptive perspective. Fun to watch although a little tedious and primitive.
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